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  1. Medical Readiness IT Systems MAJ Gunnar Kiersey ARNG Medical Readiness Officer 7 JUN 2012

  2. Outline • Medical Readiness Leader Guide • Medical Readiness Categories • MEDPROS Commander’s Profile Report • G1 Portal (DPRO) • Medical Readiness Adjusted Report • Basic Dashboard Trend Analysis & Comparison • MED-CHART Medical Readiness Reporting (MRR) • Way Ahead • Conclusion

  3. Medical Readiness Leader Guide Source: MEDPROS https://medpros.mods.army.mil/MEDPROSNew/secure/Default.aspx

  4. Medical Readiness Classification (MRC) • MRC 1 – Meets all Requirements and Dental Readiness Class 1 or 2 (Green) • MRC 2 – Correctable within 72 hours (Amber). Soldier is Deficient in one of the following: • DNA • HIV • Immunizations (Routine Adult Immunization Profile) • Individual Medical Equipment (1MI, 2pr eye glasses, MCEP-I, MWT, and Hearing Aid w/Batteries) • MRC 3A - Correctable within 30 Days (Red). Soldier is Deficient in one of the following: • Dental Readiness Class 3 • Temporary profiles with a 3 or 4 in the PULHES series that is less than 31 days-DL6 • MRC 3B - Correctable in more than 30 days (Red). Soldier is Deficient in one of the following: • Permanent Profile with a completed board and/or Profile Code of “F, X, V” - DL1 • Permanent Profile with a 3/4 in the PULHES series pending MAR2 - DL2 • Permanent Profile with a 3/4 in the PULHES series pending MEB/PEB - DL3 • Temporary profile with a 3/4 in the PULHES series that is greater than 30 days - DL4 • Pregnant - DL5 • MRC 4 – Status is unknown (Red). Soldier is Deficient in one of the following: • Periodic Health Assessment • Dental Readiness Class 4

  5. http://medpros.mods.army.mil/MEDPROSNew/

  6. https://arngg1.ngb.army.mil/

  7. Under “Presentations”

  8. MEDICAL READINESS STATE MEDICAL STATISTICS MATRIX DATA Army National Guard MEDICAL READINESS Current Percent Number Previous EOM Trend G-1 MEDICAL METRICS Current Percent Number Previous EOM Trend MRC 1 & 2 (Cdr's Adj Str) 76.7% 239,203 76.2% é STRENGTH Medical Authorized Fill Rate 81.2% 15,126 81.1% é STATE RANKING Not Applicable Medical DMOSQ Strength 88.6% 16,502 88.7% ê MRC 3A (Cdr's Adj Str) 6.6% 20,625 6.6% è 68W MOSQ 85.6% 10,570 85.6% è MRC 3B (Cdr's Adj Str) 8.0% 24,856 7.9% é VACANCIES Medical Vacancies 16.7% 3,115 16.7% è MRC 4 (Cdr's Adj Str) 8.7% 27,064 9.3% ê é MOS 68W Vacancies (Enl) 12.5% 1,541 12.4% é AGR MRC 4 (Cdr’s Adj Str) 7.9% 2,375 0.0% P3 P4 Pending Board (Cdr's Adj Str) 2.1% 6,637 2.1% è FA 60-62 Vacancies (MC) 49.9% 343 50.1% ê Flu Vaccine Compliance 88.6% 316,837 88.6% è FA 63 Vacancies (DC) 25.6% 68 25.6% è MEDICAL READINESS BY MOSQ/NON-MOSQ FA 65-66 Vacancies (SP/AN) 28.4% 433 28.4% è MOSQ (MRC 1 & 2) 75.5% 243,057 75.1% é FA 70 Vacancies (MS) 21.3% 211 21.7% ê Non-MOSQ (MRC 1 & 2) 27.3% 9,768 26.6% é MEDICAL TRAINING FA 73 Vacancies (BH) 33.1% 55 33.7% ê 68W Pending Re-Cert 48.2% 5,431 48.2% è AVAILABILITY Med Pers MRC 3A (Cdr's Adj Str) 4.8% 852 4.8% è E-Profile Training 88.8% 1,002 88.8% è Med Pers MRC 3B (Cdr's Adj Str) 7.7% 1,353 7.5% é BUDGET EXECUTION Funded Obligated Trend Trend AGR MRC 3A (Cdr's Adj Str) 4.0% 1,201 4.0% è 2065 $67,069,000 $39,247,002 58.5% è AGR MRC 3B (Cdr's Adj Str) 8.0% 2,424 7.9% é 2065 (OCO) $10,087,200 $5,654,723 56.1% è NOTE: State has until 31 MAR 2013 to complete 68W Recertification. As of 06/06/2012

  9. https://medchart.ngb.army.mil/MED-CHART/ T-10 AGR Medical Team

  10. ARNG Medical Readiness Reporting • The Medical Readiness Reporting (MRR) module was developed under the direction and leadership of the ARNG Chief Surgeon’s Office (ARNG-CSG). • The ARNG Medical Readiness Officer, MAJ Gunnar Kiersey presented a very specific vision and detailed requirements for the development of the MRR module. • The MRR module is replacing the existing RC Reports module. • Release Date: 30 MAY 2012 • The MRR module exists as part of the MED-CHART suite for existing RC applications.

  11. Challenges • Provide consolidated medical and dental readiness reports by location, by taskforce and by UIC. States would like the ability to build their own State Regional Report in MRR using UIC’s. • Provide medical and dental readiness statistics to include each State’s ranking amongst the nation by percentage. • Present Medical Readiness Classification (MRC) and Dental Readiness Classification (DRC) 1, 2, 3A, 3B, and 4 by percent / total number. • Persist the data as it is produced daily and trend it against budget, manpower and readiness data. • MEDPROS provides source data.

  12. MRC Readiness Map *NOTE: NOT REAL TIME DATA (EXAMPLE ONLY)

  13. MRC Readiness Map and Region *NOTE: NOT REAL TIME DATA (EXAMPLE ONLY)

  14. MRC Readiness Map and Type *NOTE: NOT REAL TIME DATA (EXAMPLE ONLY)

  15. MRC Readiness Map West RMC *NOTE: NOT REAL TIME DATA (EXAMPLE ONLY)

  16. MRC Readiness Map Medically Not Ready *NOTE: NOT REAL TIME DATA (EXAMPLE ONLY)

  17. MRC Readiness Map MEDAC Region 4 *NOTE: NOT REAL TIME DATA (EXAMPLE ONLY)

  18. MRC Map Options Menu *NOTE: NOT REAL TIME DATA (EXAMPLE ONLY)

  19. Medical Readiness AGR Map *NOTE: NOT REAL TIME DATA (EXAMPLE ONLY)

  20. Medical Readiness Flu Map *NOTE: NOT REAL TIME DATA (EXAMPLE ONLY)

  21. Medical Readiness MRO Dashboard Medical Readiness Flu Map *NOTE: NOT REAL TIME DATA (EXAMPLE ONLY)

  22. Medical Readiness Flu Dashboard *NOTE: NOT REAL TIME DATA (EXAMPLE ONLY)

  23. *NOTE: NOT REAL TIME DATA (EXAMPLE ONLY)

  24. *NOTE: NOT REAL TIME DATA (EXAMPLE ONLY)

  25. Way Ahead • Continue to develop medical information technology to maximize efficiency. • Project readiness into the future based on the expiration date of individual Soldier medical readiness indicators. • 30 Days • 60 Days • 90 Days • 120 Days, etc • Personalized Dashboards • Users will be able to customize their own dash boards to reflect information important to their workflows • Incorporate MEDPROS Task Force data • Trend readiness data against budget, resources and manpower • Correlate existing readiness data from RC modules

  26. Conclusion • CHALLENGES: IM/IT Solution • Current IT systems are cumbersome, redundant, and lack interoperability in multiple arena • GOALS: Foster innovation, excellence, and research. Identify and implement best practices From LTG Patricia D. Horoho’sCommand Guidance on 5 DEC 2011 – Commanding General, U.S. Army Medical Command and The Army Surgeon General.

  27. Questions?