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					2007 MEPRS CONFERENCE AGENDA STRUCTURE Theme - MHS Transformation and MEPRS
Time Track A 7:30 Monday Track B Track A Tuesday Track B Wednesday Track A Track B Thursday Track A Track B

Administrative Remarks and Introductions - Administrative Remarks and Introductions - Administrative Remarks and Introductions - Administrative Remarks and Introductions -[Names Redacted] - [Names Redacted] - [Names Redacted] - [Names Redacted]

8:00 Keynote - Speaker TBD 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 13:00 13:30 14:00 14:30 15:00 15:30 16:00 16:30 Reports for Managers Breakout - Newbie Overview of Business Objects Breakout Breakout Breakout MEPRS Millionaire Breakout Breakout UBU/MEPRS Breakout - Newbie MEPRS Data Quality Implications Business Planning Tools Breakout Breakout Breakout Breakout Breakout Exhibits Breakout - Newbie MERPS Structure and Processes Exhibit Reports/Analyses and Charts Breakout Breakout Breakout Breakout Mini-Wisdom EAV IV to EASi Breakout TMA/MEPRS/Data Quality • Clinical FTE and RVU calculations in MEPRS Plenary Plenary Plenary

Break / Refreshments

Break / Refreshments

Break / Refreshments

Break / Refreshments

Service Breakouts Service Breakouts Service Breakouts
Service Breakouts

Service Breakouts

Closing Statements

Notes:
Tuesday 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 Electives Electives Wednesday Thursday Thursday

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2005 MEPRS CONFERENCE AGENDA STRUCTURE "Depending on Data Quality for Improving Data-based Decisions"
Time Monday. August 29 Track A 7:30 Administrative Remarks and Introductions -- [Names Redacted] 8:00 TMA, MEPRS and Data Quality [Name Redacted], Chief Financial Officer, TMA Tri-Service Business Planning Tool DoD/VA Resource Sharing Administrative Remarks and Introductions -- [Names Redacted] Administrative Remarks and Introductions -- [Names Redacted] Tuesday. August 30 Track B Track C Track A Wednesday. August 31 Track B Track C Track A Thursday, September 1 Track B Track C

8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 13:00 13:30 14:00 14:30 15:00 15:30 16:00 16:30

Newbie Day

MEPRS and the MHS Budgeting Process Represenative, TMA Program, Budget & Execution Division

Coding Overview and Data Quality Implications

MMIG Strategic Plan Summary: MEPRS Vision, Strategies, DMHRSi Update MEPRS vs M2 Data Priorities & Plans Preparing Your MTF [Name Redacted], MEPRS Program Manaer

Break / Refreshments

Break / Refreshments

Break / Refreshments

Implementation of APV Enhancements

RVUs in EAS IV

ADM in MEPRS - A Functional Perspective

Exhibits

Coding Overview and Data Quality Implications

DMHRSi Update Preparing Your MTF

EASi - What it Means to the MTFs

MEPRS Manual Update

CHCS / ADM / WAM Migration to CHCS II

Lunch

ADM in MEPRS - A Functional Perspective

Implementation of APV Enhancements

RVUs in EAS IV

MEPRS vs M2 Data

Exhibits

Coding Overview and Data Quality Implications

CHCS / ADM / WAM Migration to CHCS II

EASi - What it Means to the MTFs

MEPRS Manual Update

RVUs in EAS IV

ADM in MEPRS - A Functional Perspective

Implementation of DMHRSi Update MEPRS vs M2 Data APV Enhancements Preparing Your MTF

Exhibits

MEPRS Manual Update

CHCS / ADM / WAM Migration to CHCS II

EASi - What it Means to the MTFs

Service Breakouts Service Breakouts Service Breakouts Service Breakouts
Closing Statements and MEPRDY

Notes:
10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30

All presentations are 45 minutes and begin on the hour or half-hour -- allowing 15 minutes for break or change of rooms.
Tuesday Wednesday Thursday

Beginning Business Objects: EAS IV Repository I

Advanced Business Objects: EAS IV Repository II

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Beginning Business Objects: EAS IV Repository I

Session

Synopsis

Objectives

Presenter(s)

Method

Location

Requirements

Special Requirements

Monday Session
Review of "the basics." The presentations on "Newbie Day" are intended to provide "entry-level" information for new MEPRS analysts. More seasoned MEPRS analysts may also find these presentations to be a good review. Presentations will include 1) Introduction to and Overview of MEPRS, 2) Orientation to MEPRS Personnel Processing, 3) Orientation to MEPRS Financial Structure and Processes, and 4) Workload Processing. At the end of this presentation, participants will be able to 1) demonstrate an understanding of the background of the MEPRS Program 2) identify the three major elements of MEPRS 3) describe the MEPRS reporting structure, and 4) describe the major processes to properly report MEPRS Data. Jeanie McCleary, Harold Cardenas, Tom Pacholke, Nicole Brooks Lecture and Q&A Auditor- ium Lecturn, microphone, computer with MS Office software, Proxima , & screen Access to the internet and DMHRSi (will need to have the latest version of j-Initiator loaded). A table on stage with four chairs with a table skirt across the front and side.

Newbie Day

Monday Service Breakouts
Operational Data Store (ODS) Training. This hand-on training will focus on an overview, navigation, and execution of canned queries, as well as construction Army Breakout of individual queries. At the end of the session, participants will have a better understanding of the ODS relational database and how to execute queries to answer MTF business needs and produce the financial 218 report and the APC Master File. Terry Stansberry Lecture, Q&A, handouts and hands-on demonstration Lecturn, microphone, computer with MS Office software, Proxima , & screen Lecturn, microphone, computer with MS Office software, Proxima , & screen Internet Access and Business Objects / Access to the EAS IV Repository Internet Access and Business Objects / Access to the EAS IV Repository

Presentations and discussions will focus on the following: IBWA, RVUs, workload vs coding guidelines (APVs, observation, consults), and external resource sharing agreements. Navy Breakout Participants will have the opportunity to participate in a question and answer session.

At the end of the Navy break-out session, the Jane participants will have had the opportunity to ask Cunningham, questions related to the day's general sessions and Nicole Meyers the presentation given in the Navy breakout session, and be able to demonstrate 1) an understanding of specific questions relating to the presentations of that day, and 2) an understanding of the answers to the questions that were posed.

Lecture, Q&A, handouts and demonstration

Air Force Breakout

Presentations and discussions will focus on 1) RMO Conference update, 2) MEPRS and the Commander's Data Quality Statement, 3) DMHRSI and 4) Gunter Updates

The objective of this activity is to provide the opportunity for participants to ask questions both about the day's presentations, and Air Forcespecific issues.

TSgt Jody Lecture, Q&A, Callender, USAF handouts and demonstration

Lecturn, microphone, computer with MS Office software, Proxima , & screen

Tuesday Plenary Session
During this session, participants will be familiarized withTMA programs that Keynote depend on MEPRS data, and the the Address: "TMA, importance of MEPRS Data Quality to MEPRS and those programs. Data Quality" Upon completion of this presentation, participants will be able to demonstrate an understanding of 1) TMA programs that depend on MEPRS data and 2) the importance of MEPRS data quality to those programs. Lecture and Q&A Mr. John Kokulis, TMA Chief Financial Officer Auditor- ium Lecturn, microphone, computer with MS Office software, Proxima , & screen Auditor- ium Lecturn, microphone, computer with MS Office software, Proxima , & screen

During this session, participants will be familiarized with the work and products of the Program, Budget and Execution Division of the Office of the Chief MEPRS and the Financial Officer, and the importance of MHS Budgeting MEPRS data in budget planning and Process execution.

Upon completion of this presentation, participants will be able to 1) demonstrate an understanding of how the MHS budet is developed, 2) identify at least 3 health programs for which budgets are developed, 3) list at least three questions an MTF commander / commanding officer has to ask with respect to financial stewardship, and 4) explain the importance of MEPRS and MEPRS data quality to budget formulation.

Lecture and Q&A Representative, TMA Program, Budget & Execution Division

Tuesday Service Breakouts
Presentation and discussion on the Global War On Terrorism (GWOT ) Model for calculation of GWOT incremental supply expenses for patient Army Breakout care. At the end of this session, participants will have a Burma Barfield better understanding of the GWOT model and how it can be utilized for other initiatives such as Business Case Analysis. Participants will also have a better understanding of variable cost and how to analyze local MEPRS data for improved MEPRS reporting. Lecture, Q&A Lecturn, microphone, computer with MS Office software, Proxima , & screen Internet Access and Business Objects / Access to the EAS IV Repository

Presentations and discussions will focus on DMHRSi to include deployment, Standard Organizations, required data clean-up, and the importance of Manpower involovement. Participants Navy Breakout will have the opportunity to participate in a question and answer session.

At the end of the Navy break-out session, the TBD participants will have had the opportunity to ask questions related to the day's general sessions and the presentation given in the Navy breakout session, and be able to demonstrate 1) an understanding of specific questions relating to the presentations of that day, and 2) an understanding of the answers to the questions that were posed.

Lecture, Q&A, handouts and demonstration

Lecturn, microphone, computer with MS Office software, Proxima , & screen

Internet Access and Business Objects / Access to the EAS IV Repository

The daily breakout session primarily will The objective of this activity is to provide the focus on MAJCOM meetings. opportunity for participants to learn and ask questions about MAJCOM-specific issues. Air Force Breakout

TSgt Jody Lecture, Q&A, Callender, USAF handouts and demonstration

Lecturn, microphone, computer with MS Office software, Proxima , & screen

Wednesday Plenary Session
Tri-service Business Planning Tool The Tri-Service Business Planning workgroup was established August 2004 at the direction of the Service SGs after the MHS Summer Senior Leadership Conference. The purpose of the workgroup was to combine the tools and procedures of each Service's business planning process into one Tri-Service Tool. From September 2004 through May 2005, the Tri-Service Business Planning workgroup developed, trained, and deployed the Tri-Service tool throughout the MHS. The tool uses volumes of data from the EASIV repository to assist MTFs in determining capacity of providers. The focus of our presentation is to illustrate the tool and how MEPRS/workload data is used in forecasting workload demand and capabilities within the MHS. Upon completion of this session, participants will be able to demonstrate an understanding of 1) the reasons a Tri-Service Business Planning Tool was required, 2) how the Tri-Service Business Planning workgroup developed the tool, 3) the data the tool uses for planning, and 4) the importance of MERPS data quality for effective planning using this tool. Lecture and Q&A Auditor- ium Lecturn, microphone, computer with MS Office software, Proxima, & screen.

Table with skirt and 3 chairs

Exhibits

A hands-on, interactive exhibit created to introduce attendees to the evergrowing Knowledge Network of MEPRS. View the latest MEPRS knowledge tools such as; the new TMA MEPRS Program Exhibit MEPRS Information Portal, Six Sigma workbook, MEPRS Newsletter, Online MEWACS, learn about upcoming MEPRS Application and Data Improvement (MADI) Workshops and much more. DMHRSi, EASi Three systems will be demonstrated at and PAS the conference: 1) Defense Medical Human Resources System – internet (DMHRSi), 2) Expense Assignment System – Version Four (EAS IV), and 3) Patient Accounting System (PAS) which includes Coding Compliance Editor (CCE). The Resources Information Technology Program Office (RITPO) will provide live demonstrations of information technology solutions being acquired and implemented to improve management of the Medical Expense Performance Reporting System (MEPRS) for the Military Health System.

Through review of printed materials and viewing of on-line tools like MEACS 2.0 and MEPRS.Info, participants will gain an understanding of the latest MEPRS information tools and how to access and use them.

Demonstration and handouts

Table, chair

Internet Access

Following a visit to this booth, individuals will be able to summarize how RITPO adds strategic business value to the Medical Expense Performance Reporting System (MEPRS) through DMHRSi, EAS IV, and CCE.

Demonstration and handouts

1. (2) Two Commercial High Speed internet Internet access. Connections 2. (4) Electrical Outlets 3. (8) Stools 4. (2) Garbage cans 5. (1) Easel 6. Space should be around 10' x 40'

Wednesday Service Breakouts
Discussions will focus on the FY 06 guidance. Participants will have the opportunity to participate in a question and answer session. At the end of this session, participants will have a better understanding of the external resource sharing initiative, MTF preparation for EASi, the stand-alone WMSN-A, FY06 tables, DMHRSi and the operational assessment program. Debbie Lecture, Q&A Malkovich, and handouts Mona Bacon, Harold Cardenas, Jeanie McCleary Lecturn, microphone, computer with MS Office software, Proxima , & screen Internet Access and Business Objects / Access to the EAS IV Repository

Army Breakout

Presentations and discussions will focus on the SPMS and EAS IV to include common issues/errors during month end processing and Grumpfish reporting. Participants will have the opportunity to Navy Breakout participate in a question and answer session.

At the end of the Navy break-out session, the TBD participants will have had the opportunity to ask questions related to the day's general sessions and the presentation given in the Navy breakout session, and be able to demonstrate 1) an understanding of specific questions relating to the presentations of that day, and 2) an understanding of the answers to the questions that were posed.

Lecture, Q&A, handouts and demonstration

Lecturn, microphone, computer with MS Office software, Proxima , & screen

Internet Access and Business Objects / Access to the EAS IV Repository

Facility Specific Topics/Best Practices

Upon completion of this activity, participants will TSgt Jody Lecture, Q&A, be able to demonstrate a basic understanding of Callender, USAF handouts and the best practices across the AFMS demonstration

Air Force Breakout

Lecturn, microphone, computer with MS Office software, Proxima , & screen

Thursday Plenary Sessions
This presntation will explore the forces driving DoD / VA resource sharing, the future of resource sharing, tools being used to measure sharing, and how MEPRS data are being used. DoD/VA Resource Sharing Following this presentation, participants will be Mr. Kenneth able to demonstrate an understanding of 1) why Cox we need to capture workload performed as part of resource sharing agreements with the VA, 2) what is the future of that sharing (e.g. FHIE, etc.), 3) how is market planning being done for the regions which includes VA in that planning, and 4) importance and impact of MEPRS data quality in DiD/VA resource sharing. Lecture and Q&A Auditor- ium Lecturn, microphone, computer with MS Office software, Proxima , & screen

During this session, participants will be familiarized with the MMIG strategic planning process and the products that have resulted from that process. Mr. MMIG Strategic Wesley will present the MMIG vision Plan Summary and priorities for the MEPRS program, and the strategies and plans for achieving that vision.

Upon completion of this session, participants will be able to 1) articulate the MMIG vision for the MEPRS Program, 2) cite the strategy for achieving that vision, and 3) recount the three top MMIG priorities.

Mr. Patrick Wesley, TMA MEPRS Program Manager

Lecture and Q&A

Auditor- ium Lecturn, microphone, computer with MS Office software, Proxima , & screen

Thursday Service Breakouts

The daily breakout session primarily will The objective of this session is to provide a Mona Bacon be a conference wrap-up and question summary of conference presentations and/or and Debbie and answer period. issues, and provide the opportunity to ask Malkovich questions regarding conference and Army specific Army Breakout issues.

Q&A

Lecturn, microphone, computer with MS Office software, Proxima , & screen Lecturn, microphone, computer with MS Office software, Proxima , & screen

Internet Access and Business Objects / Access to the EAS IV Repository Internet Access and Business Objects / Access to the EAS IV Repository

Navy Breakout

Presentations and discussions will focus on the FY 06 financial guidance. Participants will have the opportunity to participate in a question and answer session.

At the end of the Navy break-out session, the Jane participants will have had the opportunity to ask Cunningham, questions related to the day's general sessions and Nicole Meyers the presentation given in the Navy breakout session, and be able to demonstrate 1) an understanding of specific questions relating to the presentations of that day, and 2) an understanding of the answers to the questions that were posed.

Lecture, Q&A, handouts and demonstration

Air Force Breakout

The daily breakout session primarily will The objective of this session is to provide a be a conference wrap-up and question summary of conference presentations and/or and answer period. issues, and provide the opportunity to ask questions regarding conference and Air Forcespecific issues.

TSgt Jody Lecture, Q&A, Callender, USAF handouts and demonstration

Lecturn, microphone, computer with MS Office software, Proxima , & screen Auditor- ium Lecturn, microphone, computer with MS Office software, Proxima , & screen Computer with mouse (not touch pad!!), projector

Closing Statements & “MEPRDY”

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The objective of this activity is to tap into the competitive spirit between Services, but also to challenge all participants to ponder thoughtprovoking questions about topics presented throughout the week.

Mr. Patrick Wesley, and Teams from the Army, Navy and Air Force

Activity modeled after the popular TV game show "Jeopardy"

Classroom Sessions
This session will explore the implementation of APV enhancements, looking at processing changes and the Session 01 Implementation benefits of the enhancements to data analysts and managers. of APV Enhancements At the conclusion of this presentation, participants will be able to demonstrate an understanding of 1) the different elements of the APV enhancements, 2) the processing changes associated with those enhancements, and 3) how the enhancements impact how they perform their jobs. TBA Lecture, demonstration and Q&A Lecturn, microphone, computer with MS Office software, Proxima , & screen

Session 02 – This session will explore how to “Tune Measuring Cost, Up” and “Test Drive” ADM and Quality and MEPRS for Maximum Performance Performance in DoD Healthcare ADM and MEPRS

At the end of this session, the participants will be Ms. Charlene C. able to improve data quality through application Colon, SAIC, of their understanding of 1) the relationships and Fort Bragg NC differences between Visits as defined by MEPRS and Encounters processed by ADM and CHCS II, 2) Downstream Impacts of key data elements that drive Provider Relative Value Units (RVU), Prospective Payment System calculations and Primary Care Provider RVU/FTE, 3) MEPRS related CHCS II experiences, and 4) Approaches to utilize the data to “Drive” improved capture processes.

Lecture, demonstration and Q&A. Slides and checklists to be provided.

Lecturn, microphone, computer with MS Office software, Proxima , & screen

Session 03 -This session presents a detailed look at RVUs in EAS IV the development of and the differences between the RVU weights used in EAS IV, CHCS, and M2

At the end of this presentation, participants will be able to: 1. describe the MHS RVU derivation process. 2. delineate the differences between RVUs used in EAS IV, CHCS, and M2. 3. identify modifiers used by DoD. 4. explain how coding practices affect RVU weight assignment.

Ms. Deirdre Baker, SRA, TMA MEPRS Program Office Support

Lecture / slides and Q&A

Lecturn, microphone, computer with MS Office software, Proxima , & screen

Session 04 Coding Overview and Data Quality Implications

A quick overview to understand the alphabet soup of RVU, RWP, CPT, HCPCS, ICD, PE, DRG, APC, CMS, as well as YOU’VE GOT TO BE KIDDING. Learn how others are using MEPRS data in conjunction with other workload measures to make decisions. This session will explore the many differences between MEPRS data in MEPRS and the M2, and how that data are used.

At the end of the session, the participant will be able to demonstrate a basic understanding of 1) various data collection and measurement tools; 2) the similarities and differences of the CMS and MHS RVU tables; 3) how using the wrong tool will make a really bad decision look good.

LtCol Jeanne Lecture and Yoder, Uniform Q&A Business Office Manager

Lecturn, microphone, computer with MS Office software, Proxima , & screen Lecturn, microphone, computer with MS Office software, Proxima , & screen

Session 05 MEPRS vs M2 Data

Upon completion of this presentation, Mr. Herb Lecture, Q&A participants will be able to 1) demonstrate an Escobar, Axiom and hand outs understanding of the differences between what MEPRS data elements are in EAS IV and the M2, 2) explain reasons why the data are different, 3) describe the different purposes for which MEPRS data in EAS IV and the M2 are used, and 4) list key references available to aid in understanding data differences.

In this session, participants will learn to ensure data quality with the implementation of DMHRSi by reviewing lessons learned from implementation at three Army sites. This session will provide useful Session 06 tools to make the transition easier on DMHRSi MEPRS personnel and MTF staff Update -members; show where to go for Preparing Your information on DMHRSi; provide hints MTF on how to prepare and translate your MEPRS data into DMHRSi language; review the steps to successful implementation and discuss the role of the timecard approver.

At the end of this session, participants will be able to demonstrate an understanding of 1)What MEPRS personnel need to accomplish prior to DMHRSi implementation; 2) lessons learned from previous deployment; 3) Where to go for information on DMHRSi; 4) The importance of the timecard approver in ensuring data quality.

Ms. Jeanie McCleary, Army MEPRS Program Office

Lecture and Q&A

Lecturn, microphone, computer with MS Office software, Proxima , & screen

This presentation will provide an overview of technical changes related to the upcoming EAS IV version, 3.1. This application will replace the current EAS Session 07 IV client-server architecture with a webEASi -- What it enabled application utilizing an Oracle Means for Your database. MTF

At the end of this session, the participant will be able to demonstrate an understanding of 1) the architecture changes inherent to EAS IV version 3.1, 2) the testing and deployment timeline related to EAS IV version 3.1, 3) how these technical changes will affect day-to-day processing of EAS IV data, and 4) the training plan associated with EAS IV 3.1.

Ms. Audrey Heil, Principal Consultant Expense Assignment System, Resources Information Technology Program Office Mr. Andrew Cornell, TMA Information Management Office

Lecture and Q&A

Lecturn, microphone, computer with MS Office software, Proxima , & screen

By providing a perspective of the Information Management “Portfolio” and especially focusing on Manage the Business Capabilities, this session will Session 08 afford attendees a view of where IT CHCS / ADM / system interfaces might be expected in WAM Migration the future and of how they might to CHCS II develop and use these tools to assure their success.

At the end of this session, participants will be able to demonstrate an understanding of 1) the (IM) requirements development process, 2) their role as a functional user in driving the requirements for developing information systems,3) the timing and life cycle of current legacy systems (and their replacement), and, specifically, 4) what reasonable changes might be anticipated in the Cost and Workload Accounting Functionality.

Lecture, Q&A and hand outs

Lecturn, microphone, computer with MS Office software, Proxima , & screen

During this session, the MEPRS Manual (6010.13-M) Interactive Website will be described, and the strategy or process used by TMA to update the current DoD Session 09 6010.13-M explained. The current status MEPRS Manual of the revisions to the DoD 6010.13-M Update Process will be reviewed, to include input previously received from participant's.

Upon completion of this presentation, participants will be able to demonstrate an understanding of 1) the process being used to update the MEPRS Manual, 2) the current status of the revision, and 3) the next steps required to meet the coordination timeline for the DoD 6010.13-M.

Ms. Cynthia Barrett, Perot Systems, TMA MEPRS Program Office Support

Lecture / slides and Q&A

Lecturn, microphone, computer with MS Office software, Proxima , & screen

Hands-On Sessions
Hands-on session focusing on proper interpretation and application of MEPRS data in the EAS IV Repository. The contents of select EAS IV Repository classes are explained using exercises and demonstrations. Prerequisites: The Beginning MADI class requires only that participants have a working knowledge of computers; for instance, maneuvering through programs with a mouse. Previous experience with Business Objects is not required, nor is familiarity with the EASIV Repository. Upon competion of this session, participants will be able to 1) successfully interpret and apply the EAS IV Repository class matrix that details which classes can and cannot be combined, 2) understand the basics of Business Objects, 3) differentiate across the various EAS IV Repository classes and distinguish what type of MEPRS data are contained in key classes, and 4) given specific scenarios and data requirements, build and execute EAS IV Repository queries that satisfy varying report needs. CharleeAnne Wunderlin, SRA and Cindy Vasquez, SRA Hands-on training, using the EAS IV Repository Computer Room Proxima (with remote control), printed materials, two chairs at the front of room for instructors, lectern/desk at front of room Business Objects and Access to the EAS IV Repository

EAS IV Repository I: Navigating Through the Repository*

EAS IV Repository II: Advanced Business Objects and Metrics*

Hands-on session offering advanced Business Objects tips and techniques useful while using the EAS IV Repository for MEPRS data analyses. Also presented are value-added EAS IV metrics and analyses useful in data quality evaluation or management decision-making. Prerequisites: The Advanced MADI class requires a good understanding of Business Objects. The participant should be very comfortable with creating and refreshing queries prior to taking this class. The participant should be familiar with the classes in the EASIV Repository in order to focus on advanced techniques of creating complex EASIV Repository reports.

Upon completion of this session, participants will be able to 1) link reports, 2) write prompts, 3) create new variables, 4) imbed calculations, 5) effectively use the slice and dice feature, and 6) create imbedded graphs.

CharleeAnne Wunderlin, SRA and Cindy Vasquez, SRA

Hands-on training, using the EAS IV Repository

Computer Room

Proxima (with remote control), printed materials, two chairs at the front of room for instructors, lectern/desk at front of room

Business Objects and Access to the EAS IV Repository

*These sessions are “elective” – not part of the four-track structure


				
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