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Measuring the Strategic Value of the Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (AHLTA) e-book

Author:

James H. Bigelow,Richard Hillestad,Katherine M. Harris

Language:

English

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Other

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Medicine & Health Sciences

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4.7

Publisher:

Rand Publishing (December 16, 2008)

Pages:

120

ISBN:

0833043145

Measuring the Strategic Value of the Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (AHLTA) e-book

by James H. Bigelow,Richard Hillestad,Katherine M. Harris


Describes a framework for evaluating the contribution of the Armed Forces .

Describes a framework for evaluating the contribution of the Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application, DoD's global electronic health record, to the performance of the Military Health System. In January 2004, the MHS began implementation of the Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (AHLTA), DoD's global electronic health record system. AHLTA will ultimately be used by all providers in the military's direct care system at the point of care. Bigelow, James . Katherine M. Harris, and Richard Hillestad, Measuring the Strategic Value of the Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (AHLTA).

James H. Bigelow, Katherine Marie Harris, Richard Hillestad. Abstract : The Military Health System (MHS) has more than 9 million eligible beneficiaries, including active duty service members and their families, retirees and their families, and Guard and Reserve members serving on active duty and their families. The MHS provides health care through its own facilities and personnel (direct care); it also purchases care from civilian providers (purchased care). In January 2004, the MHS's Clinical Information Technology Program Office (CITPO) bega. ONTINUE READING.

Measuring the Strategic Value of the Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (AHLTA). It will also promote population health, conduct medical surveillance, support clinical decision making, and support force health protection for deployed service members. As of December 2006, AHLTA was being used to document virtually all outpatient care delivered at fixed MHS facilities.

Bigelow, Katherine M. Harris, Richard Hillestad On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get .

Download Measuring the strategic value of the Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (AHLTA) James H. Bigelow, Katherine M. Harris, Richard Hillestad. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. Download book Measuring the strategic value of the Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (AHLTA), James H.

Hillestad, R. J. (Richard John), 1942-

Physical Description: xx, 99 p. : ill. ;, 23 cm. General Note: "Prepared for the Office of the Secretary of Defense. Hillestad, R. (Richard John), 1942-. Corporate Name: United States. book below: (C) 2016-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners.

In January 2004, the Military Health System (MHS) began implementation of the Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology .

In January 2004, the Military Health System (MHS) began implementation of the Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (AHLTA), DoD's global electronic health record. The authors describe a four-part framework they recommend that DoD adopt in measuring A In January 2004, the Military Health System (MHS) began implementation of the Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (AHLTA), DoD's global electronic health record

In January 2004, the Military Health System (MHS) began implementation of the Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (AHLTA), DoD1s global electronic health record. AHLTA will ultimately be used by all providers in the military1s direct care system at the point of care. The authors describe a four-part framework they recommend that DoD adopt in measuring AHLTA1s contribution to MHS performance.

Prepared for the Office of the Secretary of Defense.

April 24, 2010 History found in the catalog. Prepared for the Office of the Secretary of Defense. Includes bibliographical references (p. 95-99).

One operational effectiveness issue precludes immediate full fielding of the Block 2 Dental release.

DOD PROGRAMS Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (AHLTA) Executive Summary, The Army Test and Evaluation Command (ATEC) and the Army Medical Department Board (AMEDDBD) conducted the operational test of Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (AHLTA) Block 2 Dental release at six dental clinics located in California, Oklahoma, Texas, and Washington from May to July in 2007. One operational effectiveness issue precludes immediate full fielding of the Block 2 Dental release.

AHLTA, previously known as the Composite Health Care System II, was developed by the Clinical Information Technology Program Office . Master Patient Indexing is a feature of the AHLTA Clinical Data Respository (CDR).

AHLTA, previously known as the Composite Health Care System II, was developed by the Clinical Information Technology Program Office (CITPO), an acquisitions office for centrally managed MHS clinical information technology systems supporting the . In 2008, CITPO was combined with the TMIP-J Program Office to form the Defense Health Information Management System, or DHIMS. It began worldwide deployment in January 2004.

In January 2004, the Military Health System (MHS) began implementation of the Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (AHLTA), DoD1s global electronic health record. AHLTA will ultimately be used by all providers in the military1s direct care system at the point of care. The authors describe a fourpart framework they recommend that DoD adopt in measuring AHLTA1s contribution to MHS performance.

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