DOD OIG Audit, Financial Data Processed By the Medical Expense and Performance Reporting System

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on March 25, 2007

Office of the Inspector General — Audit, Financial Data Processed By the Medical Expense and Performance Reporting System – Report No. D-2007-073(PDF) – Project No. D2005-D000FJ-0200.000. Date: March 21, 2007. Full Report and Summary Only.

  • “DoD military treatment facilities use the Medical Expense and Performance Reporting System for recording health care costs. The Medical Expense and Performance Reporting System contains expense data for all Military Department medical costs and corresponding personnel and workload data. The Medical Expense and Performance Reporting System contained approximately $15.6 billion in costs that were incurred by 70 inpatient facilities and 826 clinics during FY 2005. The audit focused on the adequacy of the financial data processed by the Medical Expense and Performance Reporting System. Also, the audit included an analysis of data provided to the Medical Expense and Performance Reporting System by systems owned by the Military Departments. We visited one military treatment facility in each of the Military Departments.”
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