CHCS Tips - Types of Reports
During the WWR generation process, the user is prompted to enter a report type:
Select (I)nitial, (M)onthly, (F)inal, (C)orrected, or (Q)uit: M// I
If data has not been calculated for the specified month, the following message displays:
This month has not had data calculated for it. Data now being calculated.
Queuing Job, will send mail message when complete.
Figure 1-3. CHCS Tips -- Types of Reports.
f. Recurring Reports. Several recurring reports and studies are produced to
Section III - DATA COLLECTION, REDUCTION, AND TRANSMITTAL PROCEDURES
DATA COLLECTION AND REDUCTION
a. Data Quality. Data reported in the WWR must be timely, accurate, complete,
and consistent as possible since they are used and compared by Medical Treatment
Facility (MTFs), Lead Agents (LAs), Major Commands (MAJCOMs), Services, Department
of Defense Health Affairs (DoD(HA)), Congress, Federal agencies, and other authorized
activities. The quality of the Worldwide Workload Report (WWR) data is directly
dependent on how well personnel in clinical areas collect and report the workload
accomplished. The measurements across various reporting and automated systems of the
Services, using common terminology and definitions of the Medical Expense Performance
Reporting System (MEPRS), allows for comparisons and requires the WWR data to be as
accurate as possible. MTFs must reconcile data reported on MEPRS with data reported
in the WWR to ensure the accuracy of both systems. A more extensive discussion of data
quality is presented in Section V.
b. DoD Standardized Systems. Generally the data collection systems are, in
order of priority of use, DoD standardized systems (such as the Composite Health Care