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CHCS(II)Composite Health Care System (II) (usually seen as CHCS II)
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Field updates to the Bmis-T's database can be achieved through an external communications device, which would enable users to access detailed information from the Army's Composite Health Care System and the Special Operations Forces Health Surveillance Repository.
The Department of Defense is in the process of rolling out its Composite Health Care System II, a comprehensive digital health record designed to follow military personnel and their dependents for their entire lives, said Dr.
The scope of the agreement includes full integration of the 3M coding and reimbursement product suite and 3M Health Data Management System with both the Department of Defense Military Health System Composite Health Care System I (CHSC I) and Composite Health Care System II (CHCS II) the global computer-based patient record (CPR) system presently being developed within the DoD Military Health System.
Department of Defense's Composite Health Care System II (CHCS II) of the Military Health System (MHS).
David Oatway, RN, a long-term care IT consultant based in Key West, Florida, was the Department of Defense Project Officer for the initial clinical requirements phase of the Composite Health Care System (CHCS-I).
An excellent example of the success of the requirements process is the Composite Health Care System II.
This is accomplished through the interaction of the handheld Battlefield Medical Information System-Tactical (BMIST) data-recording system and the Composite Health Care System II (CHCS II).
These recommendations were aimed at improving the coordination and management of the departments' initial efforts to achieve electronic information sharing via the Government Computer-Based Patient Record (GCPR) project, and furthering DOD's development of its new health information system, the Composite Health Care System II.