Using an MR2 IMET Medpros is a complex process, as there are many things to consider before deciding to deploy. Some factors to consider include: what are the medical non-deployable (MND) profiles, LDP (Limited Duty Profile), and MR ratings (COMPO).
MND (Medical Non-Deployable)
Those soldiers who suffer from severe medical conditions that prevent them from performing duties required by the PMOS or MOS can be classified as MND. The MND process enables Service personnel classified as unfit for duty in the land environment to be matched across the Army. It is essential to be careful when conducting a health assessment of Soldiers.
The MND employment process only applies to Service personnel classified as unfit for service in the land environment. However, formations are encouraged to identify roles that non-deployable personnel could fill.
The MEB or MMRB must make a recommendation that is consistent with the physical limitations prescribed by the physician. The MEB must also assess whether the condition interferes with the duties of the primary military occupational specialty (PMOS) or MOS.
If the commander believes that a Soldier cannot perform the duties of the MOS or PMOS, the commander may request a review of the case by the MMRB. The MMRB will consider the Soldier’s medical profile and recommend a permanent or temporary status. If a Soldier is referred to the MMRB, the commander may request a reclassification of the Soldier. Those who have been placed on a medically downgraded profile for 12 months or more will not be reclassified by the MMRB.
A Soldier placed on a temporary profile must be transferred to a permanent profile within 12 months. The MTF must ensure copies of the brief profile are sent to the unit commander and the official health record.
When a Soldier is placed on a permanent profile, the medical order must be written in a simple and specific way. It should include the reason for the recommendation, the actions that must be taken, and the treatment to be provided. It should also be written in such a way as to minimize confusion and to help the Soldier achieve maximum function. It is also best to refrain from making recommendations about the Soldier’s duties.
An incomplete or inaccurate NARSUM phase can result in injustice to the Soldier and the Army.
LDP (Limited Duty Profile)
MEDPROS has a few new reports, including a new consolidated DLC report. In this streamlined format, you get the DL4 and DL6 ratings and a Temp T3 and T4 profile. It also includes the most important ones, such as the UMR shortfalls. This means you will have a more thorough understanding of the status of your unit and your personnel, and you will have the opportunity to implement remedial actions where necessary.
Several MEDPROS features have been enhanced, including the old-fashioned CBMS-based PHA Management Report, the dreaded MNR Management Report, the new Dental Management Report, and a revamped MWDE. In addition, you will also find a new online SRP checklist, a medical readiness tab, and system logic, to name a few. These changes are suitable for your personnel and will help ensure you have the best installation at the lowest cost possible.
One of this installation’s most exciting new facets is the eProfile system. It’s still being prepared for primetime, but the eProfile wizards have already gotten the ball rolling. The profile system is a new, state-of-the-art database designed for the military that allows you to create and manage your Soldiers’ profiles and personal health records. It will also enable you to assemble and share your medical information with others and make the best use of the new MWDE system and other MEDPROS features. In short, you’ll be able to do the best possible job of maintaining the health of your Soldiers while at the same time providing them with the tools they need to succeed in their careers. If you’re interested in learning more about eProfile, or if you’re interested in learning more about the new MWDE system, don’t hesitate to get in touch with your profile system administrator for a private and confidential session.
IMPACT ON MAINFRAME UMR Record
Despite the hype surrounding the mainframe, ISVs like IBM, Compuware and BMC continue to churn out a steady stream of high-end solutions for enterprise and small business customers. Aside from the usual suspects, a few new entrants have snuck into the market, and a few vendors have left the scene entirely. This is an exciting time for those seeking to snag a piece of the pie. This is the time of year when you will be surrounded by IT gurus looking to make a splash.
The mainframe has long been the domain of IT buffs specializing in mission-critical applications like finance, sales, and marketing. As a result, the best way to get your foot in the door is to demonstrate your worth with the proper etiquette. Appropriately deploying the mainframe plan is the first step in the right direction.