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Interface Control Document Describing CHCS Appointment Data Exchange to MDR Modification 1

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6/10/2009

This document describes the interface that provides appointment data from the Composite Health Care System (CHCS) to the Military Health System (MHS) Data Repository (MDR). CHCS is managed by the Defense Health Information Systems (DHIMS) Program Office.

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2009 Adult Codebook and User's Guide (Q2)

Technical Document
6/1/2009

This Codebook and Users’ Guide provides a tool for programmers and analysts to assist them in creating cross-tabulations and basic statistical estimates from the 2009 Adult Health Care Survey of DoD Beneficiaries (HCSDB).

Interface Control Document Describing the Case Management Exchange from BEA to MDR and M2 Baseline

Technical Document
5/30/2009

This document describes the interface that provides Case Management data to the Military Health System (MHS) Data Repository (MDR) and the MHS Management Analysis and Reporting Tool (MART), known as M2.

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2009 Adult Questionnaire (Q3)

Technical Document
4/1/2009

2009 Adult Questionnaire (Q3, 2009)

2009 Adult Codebook and User's Guide (Q1)

Technical Document
2/1/2009

This Codebook and Users’ Guide provides a tool for programmers and analysts to assist them in creating cross-tabulations and basic statistical estimates from the 2009 Adult Health Care Survey of DoD Beneficiaries (HCSDB).

2009 Adult Questionnaire (Q2), Version 3.0

Technical Document
1/1/2009

2009 Adult Questionnaire (Q2, 2009), Version 3.0

2009 Adult Questionnaire (Q2), Version 4.0

Technical Document
1/1/2009

2009 Adult Questionnaire (Q2, 2009), Version 4.0

Interface Requirements Document Describing the DMIS ID Reference Table to MDR Mod 1

Technical Document
12/11/2008

This document describes the interfaces that provide the DHSS Program Office’s MHS Data Repository (MDR) with the Defense Medical Information System (DMIS) Identification (DMIS ID) dataset.

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2008 Adult Codebook and User's Guide (Final)

Technical Document
11/1/2008

This Codebook and Users’ Guide provides a tool for programmers and analysts to assist them in creating cross-tabulations and basic statistical estimates from the 2008 Adult Health Care Survey of DoD Beneficiaries (HCSDB).

MDR Future TED Summary

Technical Document
10/15/2008

This file contains the MDR Future TED Summary

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2009 Adult Questionnaire (Q1), Version 4.0

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10/1/2008

2009 Adult Questionnaire (Q1), Version 3.0

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10/1/2008

2009 Adult Questionnaire (Q1, 2009), Version 3.0

2008 Adult Codebook and User's Guide (Q3)

Technical Document
8/1/2008

This Codebook and Users’ Guide provides a tool for programmers and analysts to assist them in creating cross-tabulations and basic statistical estimates from the 2008 Adult Health Care Survey of DoD Beneficiaries (HCSDB).

2008 Adult Questionnaire (Q4)

Technical Document
7/1/2008

2008 Adult Questionnaire (Q4, 2008)

Interface Control Document Describing the PID Enhanced SADR Data Exchange from ADM Mod 3

Technical Document
5/29/2008

This document describes the interface that provides the Person Identifier (PID) Enhanced Standard Ambulatory Data Record (SADR) from the Ambulatory Data Module (ADM) to the EI/DS Program Office that is loaded into the Military Health System (MHS) Data Repository (MDR).

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