the other systems. This reduces inaccuracies from human error and further automates the
workload reporting process.
(3) After validation by the Services, monthly MTF EAS III extracts are loaded
into the Medical Expense Query System, version 3 (MEQSIII), and subsequently, into the
Medical Expense and Performance Reporting System-Central (MEPRS-Central), which
serves as DoD's official source for reporting of expense, manpower, and performance
information for MTFs. MEPRS is a major reporting system that supports evaluation of
performance and allocation of resources for current and projected years.
a. Clinical Staff. The clinical staff ensures their respective clinic service personnel
are kept informed of workload accomplished, such as consultations to other services.
b. Clinics and Clinic Chiefs/Division Heads. Based on clinic functional
authorization and design, Clinics and Clinic Chiefs/Division Heads accurately collect and
report outpatient visits and related workload. Efforts to ensure that CHCS patient
appointment template counters as well as service and disposition type are accurate, are
examples of the required effort. Appoint and supervise clinic personnel responsible for
end of month WWR reporting.
c. Ancillary Services and Chiefs/Division Heads. As required, these
individuals accurately report count and weighted value workload IAW DoD 6010.13-M
(Medical Expense and Performance Reporting System for Fixed Military Medical and
Dental Treatment Facilities).
d. Admissions and Dispositions. Admissions and Dispositions personnel
accurately account for inpatients, absent sick, and other categories of accountable
patients. These personnel make corrections expeditiously while maintaining contact with
MTF inpatient and medical record activities.
e. Medical Records Administrator/Designated Individual. These individuals
supervise the preparation of the Command WWR, review inputs for quality, provide staff
level assistance to patient care activities, and provide periodic training to personnel
responsible for collecting workload data.
f. Patient Administrator/Resource Manager. These individuals in various
Service MTFs are responsible for patient administration data quality; the collection,
processing, reduction, and transmittal of data; and obtaining or conducting periodic audits
to ensure workload is reported accurately and completely. These individuals act for the
MTF Commander to submit the WWR monthly by the fifth of each month.