HMIS Data Standards Updates: ClientTrack, Part 1

The other webinars in this series will take place throughout the coming months, until the updates are deployed into your non-production ClientTrack environments in September. The updates will deploy into your production environment for data collection beginning October 1, 2023, so keep a close eye on emails from Eccovia!


Previously aired on: May 10, 2023 – 11:00am MDT/1:00pm EDT
In this four-part webinar series, Eccovia’s experts will cover the finer points of how HUD’s upcoming data standards affect ClientTrack and your workflow, from intake to assessment and much more:

  • Part 1, an overview
  • Part 2, coordinated entry updates
  • Part 3, training environments
  • Part 4, feedback, check-in, and Q&A

Part 1 Topics

  • ClientTrack’s timeline for implementing HUD updates
New Elements
  • HMIS participation
  • Coordinated entry participation
  • Coordinated entry activity
  • Translation assistance needed
  • Implementation identifier
Retiring Elements
  • Ethnicity
  • Coordinated entry assessment
  • Coordinated entry event
  • Well-being


Jessica Fleming
Jessica Fleming
Product Analyst, Eccovia
Bryce Peterson
Marketing Communications Manager, Eccovia


Jessica Fleming
Jessica is a product analyst for Eccovia, and she leads the development of HMIS solutions within ClientTrack and assists in implementing more streamlined HMIS processes. She also helps improve case management and better coordinate care at the community levels. She holds a BA degree from Duquesne University and enjoys working at Eccovia because of the widespread impact of streamlining HMIS processes for CoCs across the country. Jessica has worked closely with HMIS for more than 7 years in various roles, including data quality, programmatic monitoring, federal reporting, coordinated entry planning, and as the organizational representative for a data analysis committee.
Bryce Peterson
Bryce is the marketing communications manager for Eccovia, where he helps guide Eccovia’s public messaging and informational content. He holds a BFA degree from Brigham Young University and enjoys working at an organization that supports the cause of health and human services. Bryce has worked as a writer, editor, and content strategist across many industries.