Back to Top Skip to main content

Articles

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.

If you're having trouble finding what you're looking for, consider using fewer words in your search criteria. Results are limited to content that matches all terms in the search field.

We found 731 items resulting from your search.

Focus your search by selecting the types of content you are looking for:

Patient care will remain steadfast despite staff cuts, DHA director says

Article
4/5/2019
Navy Hospitalman Yesenia Macedo, a sailor participating in Navy Medicine’s hospital corpsman trauma training, takes a patient’s temperature at University of Florida Health Jacksonville’s emergency room in Jacksonville, Fla., March 22, 2019. Sixteen hospital corpsmen from across the Navy received two weeks of specialized training at Naval Hospital Jacksonville, followed by five weeks at UF Health Jacksonville, a Level I trauma center. Navy photo by Jacob Sippel

With proposed military medical staffing reductions, the Defense Health Agency is taking steps to ensure access to care and availability of health services remain constant for Military Health System beneficiaries.

Recommended Content:

Access to Health Care | Implementation of MHS Transition | Testimony

DoD PSP Treasure Chest April Edition

Article
4/4/2019
DoD Patient Safety Program Treasure Chest

Welcome to the April edition of the DoD PSP Treasure Chest! Each issue, we share resources to help you execute your day-to-day patient safety activities easily and effectively. Please visit us often and get access to tools and information developed for our committed MHS patient safety champions!

Feature Patient Safety Awareness Week 2019 around the DoD

Article
4/4/2019
A Patient Safety Awareness Week parking lot banner hangs at the main entrance of the Defense Health Agency in Falls Church, Virginia during the week of 10-16 March 2019, showing that “We All Play a Role in Healthcare Safety”.

This year, 10-16 March marked the Patient Safety Awareness Week (PSAW) across military training facilities worldwide

Patient Safety in Action: Patient Safety Professional (PS Prof) Course

Article
4/4/2019

The Patient Safety Professional (PS Prof) Course outlines several aspects of the patient manager’s duties to include their role: as a patient safety expert, as a leader, in improving performance, measuring impact and identifying and mitigating risk.

Measles vaccine protects against potentially serious illness

Article
4/4/2019
A Salvadoran nurse vaccinates a baby during a Task Force Northstar mission in El Salvador to provide medical care and other humanitarian and civic assistance. The mission involved U.S. military personnel working alongside their Brazilian, Canadian, Chilean, and Salvadoran counterparts. (U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. Kim Browne)

387 cases to date among civilian population

Recommended Content:

Immunization Healthcare | Vaccine-Preventable Diseases | Vaccine Recommendations | Children's Health

Elmo comes to Madigan

Article
4/3/2019
Sesame Street's Walkaround Elmo visited Madigan Army Medical Center families on April 1 to celebrate the seven-year anniversary of Military Kids Connect and the recent relaunch of its website. (U.S. Army photo by Ryan Graham)

Elmo began helping military kids and families with deployments and other military stressors in 2006

Recommended Content:

Children's Health | Military Hospitals and Clinics

Army colonel fills unique position for Navy, Air Force

Article
4/2/2019
Army Col. Cary Honnold, Naval Medical Research Unit-Dayton comparative pathologist, poses in his NAMRU-D office on Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Honnold crosses service lines by being an Army officer attached to a Navy unit on an Air Force base. (U.S. Air Force photo by R.J. Oriez)

Honnold is an Army officer attached to a Navy unit on an Air Force base

Recommended Content:

Veterinary Service

Madigan Army Medical Center's emergency room helps shape MHS GENESIS

Article
4/1/2019
Krista Marcum, a staff nurse in Madigan Army Medical Center's emergency room, offers an MHS GENESIS demonstration to Defense Health Agency staff visiting Madigan. Marcum said these demonstrations often lead to MHS GENESIS-related brainstorming and problem solving. (U.S. Army photo by John Wayne Liston)

The ER encourages a culture of end user engagement; anyone can make a suggestion for an improvement to MHS GENESIS

Recommended Content:

Military Health System Electronic Health Record | MHS GENESIS | Military Hospitals and Clinics

Pacific Partnership 2019 introduces helicopter en route medical care

Article
3/29/2019
A Philippine Fire Department rescue worker lifts a simulated earthquake victim onto a Philippine Air Force rescue helicopter during the Pacific Partnership 2019 exercise in Tacloban, Philippines. The goal of the Pacific Partnership is to improve interoperability of the region's military forces, governments, and humanitarian organizations during disaster relief operations, while providing humanitarian, medical, dental, and engineering assistance to nations of the Pacific all while strengthening relationships and security ties between the partner nations (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Andrew Jackson)

The exercise is an important part of disaster risk reduction

Recommended Content:

Health Readiness | Global Health Engagement | Building Partner Capacity and Interoperability

Emerging technology improves ability to see ‘invisible’ wounds

Article
3/29/2019
As well as providing high-resolution clinical imaging capabilities, the 3T Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scanner used at the NICoE provides researchers access to cutting-edge image acquisition methods, such as multiband diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) and echo planar imaging (EPI) sequences. (Photo courtesy of NICoE)

Ultimate goal is better understanding, quality of life for warfighters

Recommended Content:

Traumatic Brain Injury

Your environment and your body: How exposure to mold and lead may impact your health

Article
3/29/2019
Depending on where your provider is located, you may seek care at a military hospital or clinic or from your TRICARE-authorized provider. (Courtesy photo)

Possible exposure to lead or damp, moldy indoor spaces may impact your health.

Recommended Content:

Exposure to Lead | Mold

The National Intrepid Center of Excellence promotes warfighter brain health during Brain Injury Awareness Month

Article
3/28/2019
U.S. Public Health Service Lt. Sherray Holland, education and outreach lead at the National Intrepid Center of Excellence, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, participates in the 2019 Brain Injury Awareness Day event at Capitol Hill, in Washington, D.C. (Photo by NICoE Public Affairs)

For the fifth year, the NICoE hosted a TBI resource fair at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center

Recommended Content:

Traumatic Brain Injury

Spring travel? TRICARE goes with you

Article
3/27/2019
Before you travel this spring, make sure you’re prepared to handle any health issues that may arise. Keep in mind that your rules for getting care depend on your health plan and travel destination. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Jeff Walston)

Whether traveling stateside or overseas, make sure you know what to do in case you or your loved ones become sick or injured on vacation

Recommended Content:

TRICARE Health Program

Beaumont Army Medical Center only laparoscopic surgery test site in region

Article
3/26/2019
Army Capt. Derek Kirby, medical resident, General Surgery Program, William Beaumont Army Medical Center, practices laparoscopic techniques using pegs on a laparoscopic simulator at WBAMC’s Simulation Center. WBAMC was recently recognized as a Fundamentals of Laparoscopic Surgery testing site, the only medical facility to be recognized as such in a 400 mile radius. This recognition will allow medical residents and physicians to attain the certification locally, a requirement for graduating general surgery residents. (U.S. Army photo by Marcy Sanchez)

Laparoscopic surgery has been an evolving technology for many years

Get to know your TRICARE Prime plan

Article
3/25/2019
Take Command of Your Health

If you’re on active duty, you’re automatically enrolled in TRICARE Prime

Recommended Content:

TRICARE Health Program
<< < 1 2 3 4 5  ... > >> 
Showing results 16 - 30 Page 2 of 49

DHA Address: 7700 Arlington Boulevard | Suite 5101 | Falls Church, VA | 22042-5101

Some documents are presented in Portable Document Format (PDF). A PDF reader is required for viewing; Download a PDF Reader or learn more about PDFs.