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A National Trauma Care System

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A National Trauma Care System: Integrating Military and Civilian Trauma Systems to Achieve Zero Preventable Deaths After Injury

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Deployment Health Centers Review

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DoD Instruction 6025.13: Medical Quality Assurance (MQA) and Clinical Quality Management in the Military Health System (MHS) Instruction

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This Department of Defense Instruction (Number 6025.13) establishes DoD policy on issues related to MQA programs and clinical quality management activities.

Good Catch Recognition Award Process

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This memorandum describes the annual Navy Medicine "Surgeon General Good Catch Annual Recognition Award". A "Good Catch" signifies a near miss, unsafe condition, or error(s) (environmental, IT, process, system design) that was identified early to prevent and/or minimize preventable harm to patients.

Trusted Care – Patient Centeredness Vision

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This memorandum from the Air Force Surgeon General describes the "Patient Centeredness Vision" which encompasses the six aims of health care: safe, effective, patient centered, timely, efficient, and equitable.

Patient Centered Practice Hours

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This memorandum encourages Air Force military treatment facilities to establish more patient-centered clinic hours.

Management and Reporting of Clinical Adverse Actions and Professional Misconduct for Privileged Health Care Providers and Non-Privileged Clinical Support Staff

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The purpose of this directive is to update and establish policy, assign responsibility, and prescribe procedures for the management and reporting of clinical adverse actions and professional misconduct for privileged health care providers and non-privileged clinical support staff for the Department of the Navy.

Naval Center for Combat and Operational Stress Control

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Naval Health Research Center Research Activities Challenges and Opportunities

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Naval Health Research Center: Research Activities, Challenges, and Opportunities

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Naval Health Research Center Millennium Cohort Study Overview

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Naval Medical Center San Diego Research Activities Challenges and Opportunities

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Naval Medical Center San Diego: Research Activities, Challenges, and Opportunities

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Perspectives of a Deployed Combat Hospital Commander

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Prevention of Retained Surgical Items Standard Operation Procedure

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The purpose of this memorandum is to provide guidance to perioperative personnel for prevention of unintended retained surgical items during operative or other invasive procedures.

Civilian Partnerships for Training Currency and Business Plans Develop SMART

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Civilian Partnerships for Training, Currency, and Business Plans - Develop Sustained Medical and Readiness Training (SMART)

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National Policy to Enhance Survivability from Mass Casualty and Active Shooter Events

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Joint Committee Efforts to Create a National Policy to Enhance Survivability from Intentional Mass-Casualty and Active Shooter Events

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