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AHLTA-T

Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application – Theater (AHLTA-T) enables deployable medical staff to digitally document and update outpatient care and simple inpatient hold capabilities for forward resuscitative medical units.

 



  • Link encounter notes, diagnoses, procedures and patient disposition to build a single patient encounter document
  • Update patient records on a continuing basis, creating a longitudinal health record for Soldiers treated in theater
  • Store-and-forward capabilities in low- to no-communication environments
Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application – Theater (AHLTA-T) enables deployable medical staff to digitally document and update outpatient care and simple inpatient hold capabilities for forward resuscitative medical units.

 

Attachmate Reflection is used to provide access to the TC2 server through terminal emulation with support for enhanced security features using telnet over SSL.
  • Replenish medical supplies on the battlefield
  • Download catalog data and stocked items’ availability, view long nomenclature (for item ID), and pictures of items and recommend substitutes
  • Interface with current DOD medical logistics systems, including DMLSS, TAMMIS and TEWLS
Defense Medical Logistics Standard Support (DMLSS) Customer Assistance Module (DCAM) is a medical logistics ordering tool that enables operational units to monitor medical supplies (class VIII) and replenish levels when required.
Health Assessment Lite Operations (HALO) is a desktop application designed for the capture and deferred transmission of electronic health encounters in disconnected, intermittent and low-bandwidth (DIL) network communication environments when access to the full suite of AHLTA-T capabilities is unavailable. 
Theater Medical Information Program (TMIP) Composite Health Care System (CHCS) Caché  (TC2) enables inpatient management, laboratory, radiology and pharmacy ordering capabilities.

 

TMIP Framework (TF) facilitates the exchange of health information between medical information systems.
TMIP Reporting is a Business Objects Business Intelligence (BO BI) application used to simplify the complexities of the AHLTA-T database. Standard Reports used in the Military Health System (MHS) as well as user defined ad hoc reporting capabilities are available to health providers.