An order (VA118-1011-0022) was issued to develop a new end-to-end enterprise Airborne Hazards and Open Burn Pit Registry (AHOBPR) to more effectively capture and process AHOBPR demographic, exposure, and health related data that may determine long-term health impacts to Veterans. The new end- to-end AHOBPR system will include the WMS BPR interim solution, build upon the Converged Registry Solution (CRS) platform data store, and provide a new intranet-only accessible web portal to manage the registry and facilitate the care of the participants. The AHOBPR data store will be tied to other VA and DoD services end points for clinical, demographic, contact and scheduling data. The AHOBPR will include the following items:
• An AHOBPR user interface to automate data collection from external systems such as the Computerized Patient Record System (CPRS), the Corporate Data Warehouse (CDW), Medical Domain Web Services (MDWS), VistA, and the DoD (such as occupational exposure data, Individual Lifetime Exposure Record (ILER))
• Be integrated with the VHA Support Service Center (VSSC) so that the VSSC can obtain AHOBPR data that for analyzing health outcomes, for outreach, for reports to Congress, and for other stakeholders, to generate research hypotheses, and to determine the effectiveness of VHA health
services to these specific Veteran populations.
The finished end-to-end enterprise AHOBPR product will consist of (a) a database; (b) a web-based portal that includes a public facing (Internet) portal and a VA facing (Intranet) portal; and (c) a reporting, analysis and data cube capability.
Providing in flight code for v2.0.32
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