Your facility’s Master Account Holder (MAH) Password and User Accounts on DialysisData.org must be re-established in order to retrieve your facility’s DFR and December 2018 QDFC preview file. On December 13, 2018 all MAH passwords were reset and user accounts for https://www.DialysisData.org disabled. Networks provided the new passwords to the facility MAH on file. Facility MAHs must log in to their master account to re-enable or add facility user accounts and grant permissions prior to the start of the February 1, 2019 QDFC/QDFR Preview Period. MAHs must create a separate user account to be able to view DFRs and QDFC data, as their MAH account only manages user accounts and cannot view data.
- Detailed Timeline for 2019 QDFC Reports, Quarterly Updates of the FY2019 QDFR for State Surveyors Report, and FY2020 DFRs, State and Region Profiles – https://dialysisdata.org/sites/default/files/content/FAQs/Timeline_100918.pdf.
- Technical Instructions for Accessing the QDFC Preview Reports, DFRs, and the NEW QDFR Updates for State Surveyors – https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/nwrn.org/files/DFC/2018FacInstr.pdf.
- Instructions for Setting Up Accounts for the Corporate Office of Your Dialysis Organization – https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/nwrn.org/files/DFC/2018CorpAcctSetup.pdf.
- QIP 3.0 and Dialysis Data Logins – https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/nwrn.org/files/QIP/QIP_3.0_Login+Final+HI.pdf.
It is the MAH’s responsibility to update user contact information (including their own), transfer MAH credentials within the facility appropriately, review and enable existing user accounts, and set user-specific permissions. If the master account holder has changed, please notify your Network and also update the contact information on https://www.DialysisData.org to reflect a new contact person for the MAH.