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What does CHCSII stand for?

CHCSII stands for Composite Health Care System II (US DoD)


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The new system, known as the Composite Health Care System II (CHCSII), is an upgraded version of the original CHCS program used by military health care providers for more than a decade.
These recommendations were aimed at improving the coordination and management of the departments' initial efforts to achieve electronic information sharing via the Government Computer-Based Patient Record (GCPR) project, and furthering DOD's development of its new health information system, the Composite Health Care System II.
Integic already serves as the Prime Contractor on the development of Composite Health Care System II (CHCSII), the Department of Defense Military Health System's comprehensive electronic medical records system, designed to maintain fully integrated healthcare records for over nine million active military and their dependents.
The scope of the agreement includes full integration of the 3M coding and reimbursement product suite and 3M Health Data Management System with both the Department of Defense Military Health System Composite Health Care System I (CHSC I) and Composite Health Care System II (CHCS II) the global computer-based patient record (CPR) system presently being developed within the DoD Military Health System.
These recommendations were aimed at improving the coordination and management of the departments' initial efforts to achieve electronic information sharing via the Government Computer-Based Patient Record (GCPR) project, and furthering DOD's development of its new health information system, the Composite Health Care System II.
For example, our development and deployment of the Composite Health Care System II (CHCS II), which ultimately will provide over nine million dependents of the Military Health System (MHS) with universal access to their healthcare records, serves as a real-world model for how the healthcare system can be transformed from hospital-centric to patient-centric and provides insight into today's most complicated healthcare challenges," said Robert E.