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Government-Wide Category Management Fall 2022 Industry Day

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9/23/2022

A virtual event to learn about small business programs and initiatives.

Acute Concussion Care Pathway: MACE 2 and PRA Training (October)

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9/23/2022

The Traumatic Brain Injury Center of Excellence (TBICoE) is hosting a combined Military Acute Concussion Evaluation (MACE 2) and Progressive Return to Activity (PRA) clinical recommendation virtual training. Attendees may earn two CEUs through the Defense Health Agency Continuing Education Program Office.

METC Degree Bridge Program

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METC’s vision is to train for the mission and educate for a lifetime of service. In addition to developing curriculum that trains students to meet the Services’ mission requirements, METC partners with colleges and universities across the country to develop degree bridge pathways. The METC Degree Bridge Program provides METC alumni – whether active duty, National Guard, Reserve or veteran - with an opportunity to receive a degree or certification by earning college credit for their military service and training.

USTA PTAC Understanding Government Solicitations and Response Determination Strategies

Calendar Event
9/23/2022

Training webinar hosted by the UTSA Procurement Technical Assistance Center

2022 AUSA Annual Meeting and Exposition

Calendar Event
9/23/2022

THE 2022 ASSOCIATION of the UNITED STATES ARMY (AUSA) ANNUAL MEETING and EXPOSITION

MDR Future SIDR

Technical Document
9/23/2022

This file contains the future specification for the Standard Inpatient Data Record (SIDR) table for the Military Health System Data Repository (MDR) database.

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METC Degree Bridge Program helps METC Alum change career path

Article Around MHS
9/23/2022
Military personnel

Spc. Abby Milinkovich, a 2017 graduate of the Medical Education and Training Campus Combat Medic Specialist Training Program (previously known as the Department of Combat Medic Training), is currently working on her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree at a Minnesota college while serving in the Army National Guard.

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Eglin Hospital transitions to new health records system

Article Around MHS
9/23/2022
MHS GENESIS

The 96th Medical Group goes live with the Defense Health Agency's new health record system here Sept. 24.

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AFHSD 2021 Annual Report and 2020 Summary

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9/23/2022

This annual report provides a summary of the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Division's accomplishments during 2021.

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Suicide Prevention: A Message from Lt. Gen. Place

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9/23/2022
Suicide Prevention: A Message from Lt. Gen. Place

The Director of the Defense Health Agency, Lt. Gen. Ronald Place, gives a message on Suicide Prevention. Service members’ lives are different from the lives of civilians. Relocations, deployments, time away from family, and stressful experiences related to combat can increase suicide risk. Suicide prevention remains a top priority for the DOD and the Military Health System. All Military Health System providers are trained to identify suicide warning signs. We’ve developed evidence-based tools for suicide risk assessment and care across every single military hospital and clinic. And if help is needed, we’re committed to ensuring our patients get the health care they've earned. Working together we can all help reduce the risk and prevent suicides.

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Dedicated Korean War Navy Medic Worked “Feverishly” to Save Lives

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9/22/2022
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U.S. Navy Hospitalman Francis Hammond was awarded a posthumous Medal of Honor for selflessly saving lives and risking his own during the Korean War.

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September is Suicide Prevention Month

Article Around MHS
9/22/2022
Suicide Prevention Month

September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. his year’s theme is “Be The One To Stop Suicide Before It Starts.” The month is set aside each year to bring heightened awareness to suicide prevention.

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9/22/2022
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For his service during the Korean War, U.S. Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Francis “Doc” Hammond, a hospitalman, was awarded a posthumous Medal of Honor in 1953. (Photo: Courtesy of the Naval History and Heritage Command)

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9/21/2022

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Columbus AFB upgrades to MHS GENESIS

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9/21/2022
MHS GENESIS

The 14th Flying Training Wing will join nine other military installations scheduled for the launch of the new Military Health System (MHS) GENESIS and electronic health record, beginning in September 2022.

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