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1 Hearing Readiness Classifications (HRC) & MEDPROS Basics

2 Outline Hearing Readiness ClassificationsHearing Readiness Classifications Hearing Test Compliance ReportsHearing Test Compliance Reports

3 Hearing Readiness Classifications Classes 1 - 4

4 Hearing Readiness Classifications Deployable:Deployable: –Class I: Soldier’s Unaided Hearing is within H1 standards for both ears.Soldier’s Unaided Hearing is within H1 standards for both ears. No corrective action required.No corrective action required. –Class 2: Soldier’s Unaided Hearing is within H2 or H3 standards. Soldier has a current DA 3349 profile in medical record and a completed MOS/Medical Retention Board (if required).Soldier’s Unaided Hearing is within H2 or H3 standards. Soldier has a current DA 3349 profile in medical record and a completed MOS/Medical Retention Board (if required). No active middle ear disease or medical pathology in ear.No active middle ear disease or medical pathology in ear. No corrective action required.No corrective action required.

5 Hearing Readiness Classifications Non-Deployable:Non-Deployable: –Class 3: Soldier’s Unaided Hearing is within H-2 or H-3 standards.Soldier’s Unaided Hearing is within H-2 or H-3 standards. No DA 3349 (profile) on file.No DA 3349 (profile) on file. Soldier requires diagnostic audiological evaluation.Soldier requires diagnostic audiological evaluation. SPRINT testing and MMRB required for H3 profiles.SPRINT testing and MMRB required for H3 profiles. –Class 4: Hearing readiness classification unknown due to one of the following:Hearing readiness classification unknown due to one of the following: –Soldier’s DOEHRS-HC Audiogram is greater than 12 months. Or –Soldier has no baseline audiogram, DD2215 on file.

6 Hearing Test Compliance Reports Quick Check Methods for Units Completing Pre- or Post- Deployment Evaluations

7 Select ‘Hearing Readiness Reporting Options’

8 Enter UIC Leave Additional Filters ‘as is’ Leave last filter as ‘Hearing Readiness Class’ Change Records per Page to 1500 Click on View Report

9 Report Can be Saved in Excel to Review or Modify for Records Names are Listed with Date of Test Green= Test w/in Last 12 Months

10 HRCs of 3 or 4 are Non-Deployable HRCs of 4 – need hearing screen with technicians. HRCs of 3 – need diagnostic hearing evaluation with audiologist.

11 The Bottom of the Page Summarizes Unit Compliance Rate This Status is Reported to the Division Surgeon on a monthly basis. HRCs are further broken into separate categories (i.e.; 3A, 3B, 4A, etc.) to provide more information.

12 The bottom of the screen provides definitions for HRC categories to indicate what the Soldier must complete in order to become deployable.

13 Second Option Narrow Focus to just those Soldiers in Need of Hearing Tests

14 Add an Additional Filter for those Soldiers who in specific HRC Categories

15 This option is ‘Coming’ – not available at this time as MEDPROS continues to upgrade the new system for HRC

16 Conclusion MEDPROS Data Can be Entered by HC Technicians Upon Request for STAT Compliance ReportsMEDPROS Data Can be Entered by HC Technicians Upon Request for STAT Compliance Reports DOEHRS-DR Feeds Web Data Entry in MEDPROSDOEHRS-DR Feeds Web Data Entry in MEDPROS – Soldiers Can Access Hearing Tests –Go/No-Go Status will be completed automatically by DOEHRS-DR on Wednesday Evenings Compliance Reports Help to Prepare for Deployment by Indicating HRC in a UIC Roster FormatCompliance Reports Help to Prepare for Deployment by Indicating HRC in a UIC Roster Format


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