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1/16. AdvanceMed Hanford (AMH). Epidemiologist Naoyo MORI May 23, 2006. 2/16. Contents. About Us The databases we use How to collect/store data The System We Use Any issue Possible solutions. 3/16. I. About Us. Prime Contractor to the Dept. of Energy, Richland Operations Office

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Advancemed hanford amh

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AdvanceMed Hanford (AMH)

Epidemiologist

Naoyo MORI

May 23, 2006


Contents

2/16

Contents

  • About Us

  • The databases we use

  • How to collect/store data

  • The System We Use

  • Any issue

  • Possible solutions


I about us

3/16

I. About Us

  • Prime Contractor to the Dept. of Energy, Richland Operations Office

  • Hanford site;

    • Established in the 40’s

    • Plutonium production complex

    • The largest cleanup site (586 miles2)

    • More than 10,000 workers


Ii the database we use

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II. The Database We Use

<Electronic data Program>

  • Site Roster

  • Return to Work

  • CAIRS

    DOE Computerized Accident

    Incident Reporting System


Iii how to collect store data 1 site roster

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III. How to Collect/ Store Data1. Site Roster

Data Entry generated by AMH & other contractors, respectively

Hanford People Core Database

Oracle

Health Services System (HSS System)

1) Person Table

2) Person Companies Table

Site Roster

Submit ORISE

ACCESS

Latest Month Available Copy


Iii how to collect store data 2 return to work data

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III. How to Collect / Store Data 2. Return to Work Data

<Conditions for a check-in>

  • Five days of more consecutive workdays

  • Hospitalization

  • Anything that may affect your working performance

  • HR policies require it

  • etc.

    <Note>: AMH Capture any absence of at least one day of work due to injury or illness


Iii how to collect store data 2 return to work data1

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III. How to Collect / Store Data 2. Return to Work Data

People Core

Occupational Health System (OHS)

Health Services System (HSS)

Return to Work

Submit ORISE

CAIRS


Iii how to collect store data 3 cairs

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III. How to Collect/ Store Data3. CAIRS

Injury happens

Go to Health Center

Interviewed by Provider

Complete ROV (Record of Visit) by Provider

Investigation by Safety Person

Complete CAIRS System by Safety Person

Submit ORISE


Iv the systems we use 1 database

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IV. The Systems We Use1. Database

  • Oracle

    • People Core

    • Health Services System (HSS)

    • Occupational Health System (OHS)

  • ACCESS

    • Site Roster

    • Return to Work

    • CAIRS

Submit ORISE


Iv the systems we use 2 codes

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IV. The Systems We Use2. Codes

  • Common Occupational Classification System (COCS)

  • ICD-9 code

  • Job Categories


V any issue

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V. Any Issue

  • Collection Issues

    • Cross-Functional Activities

  • Analytical Issues

    • Multiple Database

    • Biases


A collection issues

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A. Collection Issues

  • Cross-Functional Activities

    • Five prime contractors

    • Many subcontractors

    • Registration done by each contractor

    • AMH cannot control their primal data


B analytical issues

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B. Analytical Issues

  • Multiple Database

    • Oracle

    • ACCESS

    • Hard Copy

    • Microfilm

    • Microfiche


B analytical issues continued

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B. Analytical Issues (Continued)

  • . Bias

    • Potential Inaccuracy

    • Variability

    • Complexities

    • Misidentification

    • Specific Differences

    • Inappropriate Assignment and Maintenance


Vi possible solutions

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VI. Possible Solutions

  • Build up horizontal relationship b/w

    • Other contractors

    • HR

    • Clinical staff

    • IT People

      In order to

    • Keep quality of data (People Core, etc.)


Contact information

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Contact Information

AdvanceMed Hanford

1979 Synder St., Suite 150,

MSIN G3-70, Richland, WA 99354

Phone: (509) 376-6479

E-mail: [email protected]

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