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The Military Health System (MHS) is an interconnected network of Service Members whose mission is to support the lives and families of those who support our country. Everyday in the MHS advancements are made in the lab, in the field, and here at home. These are just a few articles highlighting those accomplishments that don't always make it to the front page of local papers.

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Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Prepares for Transition to MHS GENESIS in Spring of 2023

Article Around MHS
12/30/2022
MHS GENESIS Patient Portal Training at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center

Walter Reed National Military Medical Center will transition to MHS GENESIS in the spring of 2023. Find out about the improved services, new features, and changes implemented to deliver an enhanced patient experience to service members and their families.

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The Meaning of a Navy Medicine Family

Article Around MHS
12/30/2022
The four Maldarelli sisters serving in the Navy

For some serving today in Navy Medicine, the term "Navy family" can hold a very literal meaning. Just ask the Maldarelli sisters, whose personal and Navy family intermingle.

Air Force Research Laboratory Launches Wearable Biomolecular Sensors Program

Article Around MHS
12/29/2022
Military personnel demonstrating a wearable human performance monitoring device

It's like an aircraft's "black box" - that Soldiers wear. Learn about the research collaboration that will literally "arm" warfighters with a sensor to track their well-being during critical missions, predicting performance and health issues before they occur.

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Naval Medical Research Center Begins Phase 1 Testing of Diarrhea Vaccine

Article Around MHS
12/29/2022
Research scientist in laboratory

The Naval Medical Research Center partners with the National Institute of Health’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases to begin testing of a new vaccine. Find out how it could protect Soldiers against a debilitating conditions that often impair the ability to do their jobs.

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Whole Genome Sequencing at Tripler Army Medical Center

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12/29/2022
Dr. Keith Fong reviews data with other lab technicians

The third installment in a 6-part series highlighting the efforts of the Military Health System laboratories and the technicians who worked to identify COVID-19 variants using special sequencing technology.

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U.S. Army's Non-Commissioned Officer of the Year is Proof Army Medicine is Army Strong

Article Around MHS
12/28/2022
Military personnel performs tactical combat exercise.

He's the first Army medicine soldier to be named the U.S. Army’s Noncommissioned Officer of the Year. Find out what - and who - motivated U.S. Army Sgt. Garrett Paulson toward earning this honorable distinction, in his own words.

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Ask the Doc: My Friend Drinks Too Much. How Can I Help?

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12/28/2022
alcohol bottles

A doc explains how you can help a friend you think drinks too much.

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Defense Threat Reduction Agency Celebrates Opening of New Training Center

Article Around MHS
12/27/2022
Defense Threat Reduction Agency members

It's been eight years in the making! Now, learn more about this ceremonial culmination of a large, global collaboration toward preventing future disease outbreaks and biological threats.

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Tele-Critical Care Brings New Capability to Womack Army Medical Center

Article Around MHS
12/27/2022
Military medical personnel demonstrating new tele-critical care medicine

This groundbreaking new tool gives critically ill patients access to 24/7 monitoring by deploying medical experts who can get them help immediately. See how it works, and why military medical experts are calling it the fail-safe mechanism that cannot be underestimated.

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Women's Health Equity is a Real Focus for DOD, Mullen Says

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12/27/2022
Military medical personnel at medical examination

Women’s heath equity is fully invested in by DOD’s actions, acting AD for Health Affairs tells a recent podcast.

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New “mCurriculum” Launched to Help Surgeons Worldwide Sharpen Skills, Improve Clinical Readiness

Article Around MHS
12/23/2022
Military personnel holding new device developed by USU

Imagine surgeons honing their skills using their smartphone, tablet, or computer. Thanks to a collaboration between the Uniformed Services University, the American College of Surgeons, the Military Health System Strategic Partnership American College of Surgeons, and the University of California, Davis, it's happening. See how this groundbreaking "mCurriculum" is helping surgeons around the globe save lives.

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U.S. Army Medical Team Helps Smithsonian National Zoo to Protect Endangered Red Pandas

Article Around MHS
12/23/2022
Red panda at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo

A U.S. Army medical team contributed to an investigation into the cause of death of a red panda at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute. The findings will ultimately help to protect the endangered species.

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Walter Reed Army Institute of Research Implements SARS-CoV-2 Genome Sequencing

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12/23/2022
Military medical personnel in laboratory

This is the second article in a 6-part series that highlights the work of technicians and scientists in Military Health System laboratories who worked to identify COVID-19 variants using special sequencing technology.

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Blanchfield Named One of Best Hospitals for Maternity Care

Article Around MHS
12/22/2022
Meternity patients filling out forms

Providing safe, excellent, quality care to patients takes incredible work and dedication - especially when it comes to women's health. Find out what's happening at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital that landed them a top spot on the Best Hospitals for Maternity Care list.

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Changes to TRICARE Expected in 2024

Article Around MHS
12/22/2022
TRICARE Logo

A new TRICARE contract that facilitates beneficiary health care in the civilian sector, known as T-5, is expected to start in 2024. The changes will improve the delivery, quality, and cost of health care services for services for service members, retirees, and their families.

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