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What is the Harmony Data System?

The SDS Harmony Data System (Harmony) is a secure web-based data management system. SDS uses it to administer programs, services, and provider certification. Certain certified and enrolled providers may submit documents and/or monitor client case work in Harmony.

Certified and enrolled providers using Harmony:

    • Personal Care Services (PCS) Agencies
    • Developmental Disability Resource Centers (DDRC)
    • Hospital Discharge Units or Nursing Homes
    • Care Coordinators

What do providers need before requesting permission to use Harmony?

    • A working knowledge of Protected Health Information (PHI) and how to work with digital and paper documents under HIPAA rules.
    • Your computer must meet certain minimum requirements to access the system. To obtain details, click on the links below:
      Get Your Computer Ready for Harmony
    • You must be able to open, read, modify, and save changes to documents in the most current versions of Microsoft Word or Open Office, and Adobe Acrobat Reader.

How to Request Permission to use Harmony

Certified and enrolled provider types listed above must identify their Access Coordinator by submitting a current Harmony Access Coordinator Agreement form. Upon receiving permission from SDS, the provider’s Harmony Access Coordinator may then request additional staff permission to use Harmony. All staff must take the following steps to request permission to use Harmony:

Learn More and Get Help

If you need help with the Harmony System, consider signing up for our frequent training sessions by visiting the SDS Training page.


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