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Tactical Combat Casualty Care Training Benefits All Warriors

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11/15/2022
Military nurses with Canine Tactical Combat Casualty Care dog

Tactical Combat Casualty Care training is not unique to the active-duty nurses and medical technicians from the 72nd Medical Group, however, what is unique is training in Canine Tactical Combat Casualty Care Training.

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BAMC Ranks Among Top Hospitals in Nation for Surgical Care

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11/15/2022
Military medical personnel performing surgery

Brooke Army Medical Center was recognized by the American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program for achieving meritorious outcomes for surgical patient care in 2021, ranking the hospital among the top 10 percent of participating hospitals for surgical care.

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Audit Readiness Webinar Posttest

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11/15/2022

Posttest for MHS Personnel to earn CEU credit

MSA Billing Webinar Posttest

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11/15/2022

Webinar Posttest for MHS Personnel to earn CEU credit.

Guidelines for the Collection and Shipment of Toxicology Specimens

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11/15/2022

Guidelines for collection, handling, packaging, and shipping of non-fatal aircraft, ground and ship (sea) mishaps, ground and ship (sea) accidents involving fatalities, select autopsies of military or Federal significance, biological specimens from criminal investigations, blood alcohol and drug tests, fitness-for-duty inquiries and selected forensic cases of national interest.

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Ready Reliable Care Joint Pledge

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11/15/2022
Ready Reliable Care Joint Pledge

Ms. Mullen, Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs, talks about how the Military Health System is committed to Ready Reliable Care and what it means for the Military Health System.

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Ready Reliable Care Pledge: Defense Health Agency

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11/15/2022
Ready Reliable Care Pledge: Defense Health Agency

Lt. Gen. Ronald J. Place, DHA Director, talks about how the DHA is committed to Ready Reliable Care and what it means for the Military Health System

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Ready Reliable Care Pledge: Navy

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11/15/2022
Ready Reliable Care Pledge: Navy

Rear Adm. Gillingham, Surgeon General of the United States Navy, talks about how the Navy is committed to Ready Reliable Care and what it means for the Military Health System.

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Ready Reliable Care Pledge: Air Force

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11/15/2022
Ready Reliable Care Pledge: Air Force

Lt. Gen. Miller, Surgeon General of the United States Air Force, talks about how the Air Force is committed to Ready Reliable Care and what it means for the Military Health System.

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Ready Reliable Care Pledge: Army

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11/15/2022
Ready Reliable Care Pledge: Army

Lt. Gen. Dingle, Surgeon General of the United States Army, talks about how the Army is committed to Ready Reliable Care and what it means for the Military Health System.

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Defense Health Agency 2021 Stakeholder Report

Report
11/15/2022

This report reflects on the goals, accomplishments, and events that shaped the Defense Health Agency in 2021 and how they will carry us through 2022.

Defense Health Program Agency Financial Report, Fiscal Year 2022

Report
11/15/2022

Our Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 Defense Health Program (DHP) budget presented a balanced, comprehensive strategy to (1) defend the nation; (2) take care of our people; and (3) succeed through teamwork. It included funding for the Department’s ongoing efforts to eradicate coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) and invest in future modernization, while preserving and bolstering readiness to cement our status as the best joint fighting force in the world.

U.S. Air Force Provides Information for Aircrew Considering Flying During Their Pregnancy

Article Around MHS
11/14/2022
U.S. Air Force Maj. Molly Sexton conducts pre-flight inspections

In April 2022, the U.S. Air Force issued a clarification of policies pertaining to aircrew during pregnancy. The policy recognized the need to provide aircrew, commanders, and health care professionals greater awareness of and transparency around the process for submission and review of waivers to fly during pregnancy.

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What You Should Know About RSV: Symptoms, Prevention, Care

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11/14/2022
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You may have heard of a virus called respiratory syncytial virus, also known as RSV. But do you know how serious it is and who is most at risk? Learn the signs, and how quickly RSV can put patients at risk of serious illness, hospitalization, and even death.

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Earthquakes: Getting Prescriptions

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11/14/2022
Earthquakes: Getting Prescriptions

During a disaster, TRICARE may authorize emergency prescription resources.

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