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Pacific Medical Technology Symposium (1998)
Honolulu, Hawaii
Aug. 17, 1998 to Aug. 20, 1998
ISBN: 0-8186-8667-7
pp: 314
Russell Mattern , Corporate Executive Information System
Patrick Wesley , Corporate Executive Information System
Harold Rutan , Corporate Executive Information System
Nona Hall , Corporate Executive Information System
Mary Lacroix , Corporate Executive Information System
ABSTRACT
The Department of Defense (DoD) Corporate Executive Information System (CEIS) is a Tri-Service medical information management system. It functions to integrate data to support Decision Support (DS) and Executive Information (EI) requirements across the Military Health System (MHS). Its goal is to provide accurate, timely, useful information to facility commanders, TRICARE Lead Agents, Major Commands, the Surgeons General, and Health Affairs staffs. The design principle utilizes commercial software for datamining, decision support, and executive information components. DoD-wide CEIS implementation is nearing completion and evidence is emerging that CEIS is a powerful tool for fostering organizational change and supporting the strategic goals of the MHS. A case study is presented that demonstrates the application of CEIS in data driven decision support and the role and benefits of a Decision Support Team (DST) in facilitating cultural transformation within the delivery of health care. This article broadens the understanding of the impact that a major automated information system can have on organizational behavior and cultural transformation.
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CITATION
Russell Mattern, Patrick Wesley, Harold Rutan, Nona Hall, Mary Lacroix, "Implementation of a Managed Care Information System for the Military Health System (MHS)", Pacific Medical Technology Symposium, vol. 00, no. , pp. 314, 1998, doi:10.1109/PACMED.1998.769947
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