DOEHRS

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DOEHRSDefense Occupational and Environmental Health Readiness System
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The DOEHRS system does not regularly test above 6000 Hz in either ear.
Abbreviations: AIS = Abbreviated Injury Scale, BRAID = Blast-Related Auditory Injury Database, DMDC = Defense Manpower Data Center, DOD = Department of Defense, DOEHRS = Defense Occupational and Environmental Health Readiness System, DOEHRS-DR = DOEHRS-Data Repository, DOEHRS-HC = DOEHRS-Hearing Conservation, EMED = Expeditionary Medical Encounter Database, HCP = Hearing Conservation Program, HL = hearing level, ICD-9 = International Classification of Diseases-9th Revision, LFPTA = low-frequency pure-tone average, MDR = Military Health System Data Repository, MTF = military treatment facility, NIHL = noise-induced hearing loss, OSHA = Occupational Safety and Health Administration, PTA = pure-tone average, SD = standard deviation, VA = Department of Veterans Affairs.
In this investigation, a review of a service member's or Veteran's AHLTA electronic health record is completed and documented in DOEHRS, a Military Health System (MHS) resource for entering, assessing, managing, and reporting occupational and environmental exposures.
Pertinent service member or Veteran information from the SI was documented in DOEHRS and uploaded.
As mentioned earlier, DOEHRS is an MHS resource for entering, assessing, managing, and reporting occupational and environmental exposures.
Though all the orphan source discovery incidents were judged by the HPS to pose low health risks, they were, nevertheless, documented and archived within DOEHRS.
To meet this responsibility, the DDAPI, in coordination with the Defense Occupational and Environmental Health Readiness System (DOEHRS) has developed the Occupational and Environmental Health Data Portal (OEH-DP).
To accomplish this, DoD is expanding the current capabilities of DOEHRS Industrial Hygiene (DOEHRS-IH) to capture and manage the types of data outlined above.