The Cumberland County CMHC in Fayetteville, North Carolina, developed a series of computer programs to produce the information that is required by area and regional utilization review committees. There is a total of eight programs. The first establishes a master file and prints out all the information that has been gathered on all the clients. The other seven programs retrieve various portions of the data stored in the master file. The system does not require elaborate inhouse computer equipment. It is easy to operate and benefits clients by enabling clinical staff to spend less time on documentation and more time on direct treatment.