Navy Medicine Online currently serves as data broker for Navy Medicine, by collecting individual readiness information from legacy Navy Medicine data systems, such as SAMS, Dental Common Access System (DENCAS) and Navy Medical Board Online Tracking System (MEDBOLTS), and transmitting select information to the Medical Readiness Reporting System (MRRS) to support DoD Individual Medical Readiness (IMR) reporting, Defense Health Information Management System (DHIMS), Force Health Protection and other Navy systems.
What does IMR stand for?
IMR stands for Individual Medical Readiness
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We have 180 other meanings of IMR in our Acronym Attic
- Ideo Motor Response
- Illness Management and Recovery
- Immediate-Mode Rendering
- Improved Military Rifle (smokeless powder type)
- Independent Marketing Representative
- Independent Medical Researcher
- Independent Medical Review
- Independent Medical Reviewers
- Indian Military Review (journal)
- Indicated Meter Reading (photography)
- Individual Medical Record
- Individuals/Moving Range (statistics)
- Industrial Mobile Robotics
- Inert Mine, Resin-Filled
- Infant Mortality Rate (usually measured per thousand live births)
- Information Management Representative
- Information Management Requirement (US Army)
- Information Management Research, Inc (Englewood, CO)
- Information Management Review
- Information Model Repository
Samples in periodicals archive:
NAVMISSA's new Web-based application allows Sailors to monitor their individual medical readiness (IMR) status online for the first time.
The following approaches could address this deficiency: implement DOD individual medical readiness standards; improve the categorization and tracking of individual medical readiness of all Reservists; revise Title 10, section 1074, to include funded medical and dental examinations and treatment to meet readiness standards regardless of duty status; and resource medical and dental readiness on a level that allows Reservists to maintain the statutory and regulatory requirements.