WORLDWIDE WORKLOAD REPORT
Section I - INTRODUCTION
WORLDWIDE WORKLOAD REPORT DEFINED
The WWR is a system for the collection of inpatient, outpatient, and ancillary
medical workload data for the MTF that is summarized monthly for upward reporting to
comply with the requirements of Department of Defense Instruction (DODI) 6015.23. The
CHCS WWR provides aggregate and individual patient level detail on:
a. Inpatient admissions, dispositions, and visits; outpatient visits and ambulatory
procedure visit services.
b. Aggregate ancillary services counts.
c. Service specific and non-Medical Expense and Performance Reporting System
(MEPRS) workload and capacity.
d. The WWR is a Tri-Service functional biometrics standardized report that
replaces the Navy's Workload Report (MED 234) and theMicrocomputer Worldwide
Outpatient Reporting System (MICRO WORS); the Air Force's Report of Patients (MED
235), and the Army's Medical Summary Report (MED 302). The MED 302 report provided
the baseline to which government-requested changes, additions, and deletions were made
to create the standardized WWR. Biometrics representatives of theTri-Services met and
designed the WWR and CHCS WWR functionality.
e. All functioning fixed and nonfixed facilities will prepare a WWR. This report must
be generated as specified by using automated systems sponsored by DoD where
available. Not all elements are system generated, and some automated screens require
data entry. If there is no automation available, the MTF will prepare the report manually
using the specified format. In the remainder of this guide where columns are specified,
they refer to a manually prepared report. A sample manual WWR is illustrated in Figure 1-