(9) The CHCS possesses the capability of electronically transferring the WWR
and the Worldwide Workload Audit of Clinic Visit records. Transmittal of the Workload
Audit (Section I) is possible if printed to ASCII file. No file layout is available for the latter
file. The file elements are imbedded in programming language.
b. TRANSMITTAL OF NON-CHCS WWR
Army TOE Consolidated Reports are forwarded to the MTF Commander having
Health Services Area responsibility. The Commander will forward the information to
Patient Administration Systems and Biostatistics Activity (PASBA). PASBA will then
process the reports and forward them to the Surgeon General andDoD(HA). Navy
Commands will forward the reports to the Navy Medical Information Management Center
(NMIMC) for further processing and consolidated reporting to the Navy Bureau of Medicine.
Section IV - INSTRUCTIONS FOR COUNTING WORKLOAD AND
COMPLETING SECTIONS OF THE WWR
1-13. WORKLOAD BY ITEM, BY CLINIC OR ANCILLARY SERVICE; BY PATIENT
CATEGORY, AND WORKLOAD CODE
The WWR is a statistical summary of various workload reporting elements. Each
workload element is contained in a specific section of the WWR and has a designated
Item code. All manual and automated WWRs will use MEPRS standardized clinic or
ancillary codes, patient category codes provided by the CHCS, and Workload Codes
designed specifically for the WWR.
a. Item Codes. All manual and automated WWRs will use item codes. Certain
Item codes require unique workload codes in addition to being reported by MEPRS codes
and patient categories. The WWR sections are structured by using one of the Item codes
shown in table 1-2. The table also summarizes the CHCS data source and editing.