AHLTA


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AcronymDefinition
AHLTAArmed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (formerly CHCS II ; US DoD military health system)
AHLTAAw Hell, Let's Try Again
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Several veterinary clinics shared bandwidth with the local military medical treatment facilities that use AHLTA, which also requires considerable bandwidth for patient file transfers.
Government Printing Office (2009): Department Of Defense Health Information Technology: AHLTA Is "Intolerable," Where Do We Go From Here?
DOD has initiated efforts to improve system performance and enhance functionality and plans to continue its efforts to stabilize the AHLTA system through 2015, as a "bridge" to the new electronic health record system it intends to acquire.
AHLTA was launched five years ago as a means to neatly compile the vast amount of medical records that the Defense Department had accumulated.
AHLTA is the largest, most significant electronic health record system of its kind with the potential to serve more than 9 million service members, retirees and their families worldwide.
Project includes ALMS Customer Service Center Functional support and courseware testing, and MEDCOM AHLTA Provider Satisfaction (MAPS) training for Army AMEDD both CONUS and OCONUS.
Also, health records available in AHLTA only included those who received treatment within the military's behavioral healthcare system after returning home; others may have used civilian resources and were unavailable for review.
He led all phases of constructing the initial web-based application coupled with AHLTA.
The study will evaluate the usability of automated clinical practice guidelines in AHLTA, the military's global, longitudinal computerized ambulatory health record for military service members and Department of Defense beneficiaries.
ManTech brings highly-skilled experience and understanding of the current AHLTA and AHLTA-Theater applications.
Other current Army work includes ALMS Customer Service Center Functional support and courseware testing, and MEDCOM AHLTA Provider Satisfaction (MAPS) training for Army AMEDD both CONUS and OCONUS.
Further development of the CDA was halted as resources were focused on AHLTA *-dental as an electronic dental record (EDR).