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HA 97-033: Policy For External Peer Review For Defense Health Program Extramural Medical Research Involving Human Subjects

Policy

Policy For External Peer Review For Defense Health Program Extramural Medical Research Involving Human Subjects

  • Identification #: HA 97-033
  • Date: 3/3/1997
  • Type: Memorandums
  • Topics: N/A

A comprehensive clinical evaluation of 20,000 Persian Gulf War veterans. Comprehensive Clinical Evaluation Program Evaluation Team.

Publication
3/1/1997

In response to the health concerns of Gulf War veterans, the Department of Defense instituted the Comprehensive Clinical Evaluation Program (CCEP). Although not designed as a research study, the CCEP provided valuable clinical data. An analysis was conducted of CCEP findings from systematic and comprehensive examinations of 20,000 U.S. Gulf War veterans.

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HA 97-031: Policy for Supplemental Care Payments for Active Duty Members

Policy

This policy has been rescinded.

  • Identification #: HA 97-031
  • Date: 2/27/1997
  • Type: Memorandums
  • Topics: N/A

HA 97-029: Policy Memorandum on TRICARE Substance Abuse Treament

Policy

This memorandum issues interim policies, procedures, and responsibilities regarding the provision of substance abuse treatment in the Department of Defense under 10 U.S.C. 1090 and other provisions of reference (a) pending revision of reference (b).

  • Identification #: HA 97-029
  • Date: 2/13/1997
  • Type: Memorandums
  • Topics: N/A

HA 97-030: Policy for Privatizing Billing and Collecting in Military Treatment Facilities

Policy

This policy recognizes that we need to utilize scarce active duty and DoD civilian resources in our core patient care competencies.

  • Identification #: HA 97-030
  • Date: 2/13/1997
  • Type: Memorandums
  • Topics: N/A

HA 97-028: Policy for Military Treatment Facility (MTF) Hours of Operation

Policy

This memorandum publishes the hourse of operation at Military Treatment Facilities

  • Identification #: HA 97-028
  • Date: 2/7/1997
  • Type: Memorandums
  • Topics: N/A

HA 97-026: Revised Policy for Non-physician Health Care Provider Board Certified Pay for Nurse Corp Officers

Policy

The purpose of this memorandum is to revise Health Affairs Policy 96-047, "Implementation of Board Certified Pay for Nurse Corps Officers," dated May 30, 1996.

  • Identification #: HA 97-026
  • Date: 1/22/1997
  • Type: Memorandums
  • Topics: N/A

HA 97-025: Policy for Billing and Collecting for Ambulatory Procedure Visits in Medical Treatment Facilties

Policy

This memorandum explains our Ambulatory Procedure Visits billing policy.

  • Identification #: HA 97-025
  • Date: 1/22/1997
  • Type: Memorandums
  • Topics: N/A

HA 97-024: Military Health Services System Configuration Management Integration Plan

Policy

The attached Configuration Management Integration Plan (CMIP) establishes the methodology which will be used to manage functional changes that are shared across the Military Health Services System (MHSS) Information Management/Information Technology Program.

  • Identification #: HA 97-024
  • Date: 1/10/1997
  • Type: Memorandums
  • Topics: N/A

MSMR Vol. 3 No. 9 – December 1997

Report
1/1/1997

A monthly publication of the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Branch. This issue of the peer-reviewed journal contains the following articles: Spontaneous fractures of the femur; Selected sentinel reportable diseases, November 1997; Selected sentinel reportable diseases, 2 year trends; Reportable sexually transmitted diseases, November 1997; Reportable sexually transmitted diseases, 2 year trends; Injury incidence among advanced trainees, Ft. Sam Houston; ARD surveillance update; Measles, Madigan Army Medical Center; Carbon monoxide intoxication, Ft. Hood and Ft. Campbell; U.S. Army Hearing Conservation Program (HCP).

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MSMR Vol. 3 No. 8 – November 1997

Report
1/1/1997

A monthly publication of the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Branch. This issue of the peer-reviewed journal contains the following articles: Febrile acute respiratory disease; Selected sentinel reportable diseases, October 1997; Selected sentinel reportable diseases, 2 year trends; Reportable sexually transmitted diseases, October 1997; Reportable sexually transmitted diseases, 2 year trends; Arthropod, lizard, and snake envenomations; ARD surveillance update; Completeness and timeliness of required disease reporting; Army reportable disease system site survey.

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MSMR Vol. 3 No. 2 – March 1997

Report
1/1/1997

A monthly publication of the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Branch. This issue of the peer-reviewed journal contains the following articles: Pneumonia among active duty soldiers 1990-1996; Selected notifiable conditions; Notifiable sexually transmitted diseases; Group A beta hemolytic streptococcus among trainees; Surveillance trends: Hospitalization rates, Bosnia; Bosnia update: DNBI hospitalizations; Influenza at Aberdeen Proving Ground; ARD surveillance update.

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MSMR Vol. 3 No. 7 – October 1997

Report
1/1/1997

A monthly publication of the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Branch. This issue of the peer-reviewed journal contains the following articles: Selected sentinel reportable diseases, 2 year trends; Reportable sexually transmitted diseases, September 1997; Varicella among active duty soldiers; Selected sentinel reportable diseases, September 1997; Typhoid fever, Tripler Army Medical Center; ARD surveillance update; Adenovirus, type 4, Ft. Jackson and Ft. Gordon; Ross River virus disease, Exercise Tandem Thrust 97; Supplement: Reportable diseases; Sentinel reportable diseases, 1997(vs 1996); Force strength (June 1997).

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MSMR Vol. 3 No. 1 – January 1997

Report
1/1/1997

A monthly publication of the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Branch. This issue of the peer-reviewed journal contains the following articles: Selected notifiable conditions; Notifiable sexually transmitted diseases; Gastroenteritis outbreaks among military trainees; Surveillance trends: Hospitalization rates, Bosnia; Bosnia update: DNBI hospitalizations; Tetanus, Fort Bragg, North Carolina; Supplement: Notifiable conditions Jan - Dec 1996; Notifiable conditions reported through MSS; Heat / Cold weather injuries; Notifiable sexually transmitted diseases; Cold weather training guidelines; ARD surveillance update; Force strength (September 1996); Cold weather injuries in active duty soldiers.

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MSMR Vol. 3 No. 3 – April 1997

Report
1/1/1997

A monthly publication of the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Branch. This issue of the peer-reviewed journal contains the following articles: Editorial Comment; Hospitalizations and non-effective days, 1996; Selected sentinel reportable diseases, March 1997; Selected sentinel reportable diseases, 2 year trends; Reportable sexually transmitted diseases, March 1997; Reportable sexually transmitted diseases, 2 year trends; Completeness and timeliness of required disease reporting; Bosnia update: DNBI hospitalizations; Surveillance trends: Hospitalization rates, Bosnia; ARD surveillance update; Supplement #1: Hospitalization Summary, 1996; Active duty hospitalizations; Active duty hospitalization rates; Total active duty hospital sick days; Non-effective rates, active duty hospitalizations; Sentinel reportable diseases, 1996 (vs. 1995); Supplement #2: Reportable Diseases Summary, 1996; Reportable sexually transmitted diseases, 1996; All reportable conditions, 1996; Force strength (December 1996).

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