AHLTA


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AHLTAArmed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (formerly CHCS II; US DoD military health system)
AHLTAAw Hell, Let's Try Again
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ACKNOWLEDGMENT: Special thanks to the Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (AHLTA) staff who participated in data collection.
AHLTA and CHCS both allow for clinical documentation and laboratory, pharmacy, and radiology CPOE.
Government Printing Office (2009): Department Of Defense Health Information Technology: AHLTA Is "Intolerable," Where Do We Go From Here?
In addition, no comprehensive project management plan or tailored systems engineering plan existed for AHLTA.
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.
Current job role: Project Management for the development projects and implementations of the Military Health System's Electronic Health Record (AHLTA), which is currently deployed worldwide in over 486 clinics in all time zones.
MedcinWeb has been created by Medicomp Systems Inc, a developer of point-of-care tools for Electronic Medical Records, to provide access to the Medcin Clinical Knowledge and Data engine used in electronic health record systems such as the Department of Defense's AHLTA and the TouchWorks system from Allscripts.
One of the most notable exclusions from the CHCS2-T software package was an alternate input method (AIM) forms capability, which is available in AHLTA. The AIM forms capability provides a format for inputting medical notes that is similar to the format used on the traditional paper chart.
DOD achieved a major milestone with the launch of AHLTA (Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application), its global electronic health record system at the National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, Md.
Had at least one audiometric test record within the military electronic health record (AHLTA) and/or Defense Occupational and Environmental Health Readiness System Data Repository (DOEHRS-DR) (9 personnel were excluded for not having either a DoD Form 2215 (DD 215), a DD 2216, or clinical audiogram); and