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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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Soldiers test Army's newest transport telemedicine technology

Article
7/20/2018
Soldiers test MEDHUB during an exercise at Camp Atterbury, Indianapolis. (U.S. Army photo by Greg Pugh)

MEDHUB is really about life-saving situational awareness

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Air Force, NASA seek potential medical collaboration

Article
7/19/2018
David Loftus M.D., PH.D, medical officer and principal investigator space biometrics research branch, NASA Ames Research Center, meets with members of the 60th Medical Group at Travis Air Force Base, California. NASA and David Grant Medical Center are meeting for a potential collaboration between the two organizations to help in future space exploration. (U.S. Air Force photo by Louis Briscese)

NASA and the military share a lot of similar medical issues

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Bring your TRICARE benefit questions to July 26 webinar

Article
7/18/2018
Take Command of your health

Join TRICARE on Thursday, July 26, for the Ask TRICARE webinar

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Preparing for travel can prevent illness

Article
7/17/2018
Experts encourage overseas travelers to seek advice from a health care provider before leaving on a trip, and to make sure recommended vaccinations are up to date (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. De-Juan Haley)

Experts encourage travelers to be proactive about their travel medicine needs, including learning about the health risks associated with the destination and checking with their doctor to make sure they’re in good health

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Army entomology experts: Don’t get bitten

Article
7/16/2018
The lone star tick is the most common tick found in the southeastern U.S. One of the first things people can do to prevent a tick bite is to recognize tick habitats, and avoid them. (U.S. Army photo by Graham Snodgrass)

The best way to ensure you don't get sick is to not get bitten

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Summer Safety

Navy Care app enables medical appointments from work, home

Article
7/13/2018
A Sailor uses the Navy Care app on her cell phone for a virtual health visit with a Naval Hospital Jacksonville provider. Navy Care enables patients to have a live video visit with a clinician on a smartphone, tablet, or computer. It’s private, secure, and free. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Jacob Sippel)

The app delivers convenient care with the quality of a face-to-face visit

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John Casciotti receives award of excellence for public service

Article
7/13/2018
John Casciotti, a senior associate deputy general counsel for personnel and health policy with the Department of Defense Office of General Counsel

Casciotti, the senior associate deputy general counsel for personnel and health policy, recognized at D.C. Bar’s Celebration of Leadership event on June 12

FEDVIP is coming: Get to know dental and vision plans today

Article
7/12/2018
Take Command of your health

Now is a good time to become familiar with FEDVIP options

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There is hope

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7/11/2018
Medically assisted treatment for opioid use can break the cycle of addiction.

More than 350,000 deaths are attributed to opioid overdoses nationwide since 1999

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Serving those who serve

Article
7/11/2018
Ryan Leone, a student at the University of Pennsylvania, is working as the inaugural intern at the Director’s Action Group within the Defense Health Agency.

Ryan Leone, a student at the University of Pennsylvania, is working as the inaugural intern at the Director’s Action Group within the Defense Health Agency

Summer travel: Getting care while overseas

Article
7/10/2018
 Summer vacation is the start of travel season for many military families.

When traveling overseas, you should know what to do in the event of illness or other health issues

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AFMES embraces resiliency

Article
7/8/2018
Col. Louis Finelli, the Armed Forces Medical Examiner System director, talks with AFMES personnel during a resiliency day at Dover International Speedway, Dover, Del., May 24, 2018. Finelli talked about the importance of coming together as a family to be able to destress and be more resilient. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Nicole Leidholm)

AFMES town hall focused on workplace and summer safety, security awareness and resiliency

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Environmental health works behind the scenes to keep Soldiers ready

Article
7/8/2018
Army Spc. Johnathan Vargas from Environmental Health at Kenner Army Health Clinic conducts a water test using a LaMontte water quality kit at the Fort Lee dining facility while conducting an inspection recently. (U.S. Army photo by Lesley Atkinson)

On the team are a mix of military and civilian employees who conduct inspections, food safety training, water sampling and entomology services

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Preventive Health

USAISR burn flight team deploys to Guatemala

Article
7/5/2018
Army Capt. Argelia Felix-Camacho, a critical care nurse at the U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research Burn Center and member of the USAISR Burn Center Burn Flight Team comforts a patient in Guatemala before a flight to the Shriner's Hospital for Children in Galveston, Texas. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Corenthia Fennell)

The patients -- all children needing specialized treatment -- and the teamwork between the Army and Air Force ensured the patients' safe transport from Guatemala to the U.S.

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MHS GENESIS focal point for Defense Health Agency Director visit at Naval Hospital Bremerton

Article
7/3/2018
Navy Vice Adm. Raquel C. Bono, director of the Defense Health Agency, is welcomed by Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Stephanie Manamon, assigned to Naval Hospital Bremerton's (NHB) Northwest Beginnings Family Birth Center, during a fact-finding visit to the military treatment facility. The visit provided the opportunity to focus with NHB leadership and staff on MHS GENESIS and exchange frank and candid assessment on both positive and negative experiences, process improvement, and deployment application of the new electronic health record. NHB deployed the new electronic health record on Sept. 23, 2017 for service members, veterans and their families as one of the four sites in the Pacific Northwest along with U.S. Air Force 92nd Medical Group at Fairchild Air Force Base, Naval Health Clinic Oak Harbor and Madigan Army Medical Center (Official Navy photo by Douglas H Stutz, Naval Hospital Bremerton Public Affairs Officer)

The trip included candid conversations regarding implementation, best practices, lessons learned, issues and improvements.

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Soldiers test Army's newest transport telemedicine technology

Article
7/20/2018
Soldiers test MEDHUB during an exercise at Camp Atterbury, Indianapolis. (U.S. Army photo by Greg Pugh)

MEDHUB is really about life-saving situational awareness

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Technology | Innovation

Air Force, NASA seek potential medical collaboration

Article
7/19/2018
David Loftus M.D., PH.D, medical officer and principal investigator space biometrics research branch, NASA Ames Research Center, meets with members of the 60th Medical Group at Travis Air Force Base, California. NASA and David Grant Medical Center are meeting for a potential collaboration between the two organizations to help in future space exploration. (U.S. Air Force photo by Louis Briscese)

NASA and the military share a lot of similar medical issues

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Innovation

Bring your TRICARE benefit questions to July 26 webinar

Article
7/18/2018
Take Command of your health

Join TRICARE on Thursday, July 26, for the Ask TRICARE webinar

Recommended Content:

TRICARE Health Program

Preparing for travel can prevent illness

Article
7/17/2018
Experts encourage overseas travelers to seek advice from a health care provider before leaving on a trip, and to make sure recommended vaccinations are up to date (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. De-Juan Haley)

Experts encourage travelers to be proactive about their travel medicine needs, including learning about the health risks associated with the destination and checking with their doctor to make sure they’re in good health

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Health Readiness | Public Health | Immunizations | Summer Safety

Army entomology experts: Don’t get bitten

Article
7/16/2018
The lone star tick is the most common tick found in the southeastern U.S. One of the first things people can do to prevent a tick bite is to recognize tick habitats, and avoid them. (U.S. Army photo by Graham Snodgrass)

The best way to ensure you don't get sick is to not get bitten

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Summer Safety

Navy Care app enables medical appointments from work, home

Article
7/13/2018
A Sailor uses the Navy Care app on her cell phone for a virtual health visit with a Naval Hospital Jacksonville provider. Navy Care enables patients to have a live video visit with a clinician on a smartphone, tablet, or computer. It’s private, secure, and free. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Jacob Sippel)

The app delivers convenient care with the quality of a face-to-face visit

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Technology | Innovation

John Casciotti receives award of excellence for public service

Article
7/13/2018
John Casciotti, a senior associate deputy general counsel for personnel and health policy with the Department of Defense Office of General Counsel

Casciotti, the senior associate deputy general counsel for personnel and health policy, recognized at D.C. Bar’s Celebration of Leadership event on June 12

FEDVIP is coming: Get to know dental and vision plans today

Article
7/12/2018
Take Command of your health

Now is a good time to become familiar with FEDVIP options

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TRICARE Health Program

There is hope

Article
7/11/2018
Medically assisted treatment for opioid use can break the cycle of addiction.

More than 350,000 deaths are attributed to opioid overdoses nationwide since 1999

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Mental Health Care | Substance Abuse | Addiction | Mental Wellness

Serving those who serve

Article
7/11/2018
Ryan Leone, a student at the University of Pennsylvania, is working as the inaugural intern at the Director’s Action Group within the Defense Health Agency.

Ryan Leone, a student at the University of Pennsylvania, is working as the inaugural intern at the Director’s Action Group within the Defense Health Agency

Summer travel: Getting care while overseas

Article
7/10/2018
 Summer vacation is the start of travel season for many military families.

When traveling overseas, you should know what to do in the event of illness or other health issues

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TRICARE Health Program | Summer Safety

AFMES embraces resiliency

Article
7/8/2018
Col. Louis Finelli, the Armed Forces Medical Examiner System director, talks with AFMES personnel during a resiliency day at Dover International Speedway, Dover, Del., May 24, 2018. Finelli talked about the importance of coming together as a family to be able to destress and be more resilient. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Nicole Leidholm)

AFMES town hall focused on workplace and summer safety, security awareness and resiliency

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Armed Forces Medical Examiner System | Office of the Armed Forces Medical Examiner

Environmental health works behind the scenes to keep Soldiers ready

Article
7/8/2018
Army Spc. Johnathan Vargas from Environmental Health at Kenner Army Health Clinic conducts a water test using a LaMontte water quality kit at the Fort Lee dining facility while conducting an inspection recently. (U.S. Army photo by Lesley Atkinson)

On the team are a mix of military and civilian employees who conduct inspections, food safety training, water sampling and entomology services

Recommended Content:

Preventive Health

USAISR burn flight team deploys to Guatemala

Article
7/5/2018
Army Capt. Argelia Felix-Camacho, a critical care nurse at the U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research Burn Center and member of the USAISR Burn Center Burn Flight Team comforts a patient in Guatemala before a flight to the Shriner's Hospital for Children in Galveston, Texas. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Corenthia Fennell)

The patients -- all children needing specialized treatment -- and the teamwork between the Army and Air Force ensured the patients' safe transport from Guatemala to the U.S.

Recommended Content:

Children's Health | Civil Military Medicine | Civil Support | Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief

MHS GENESIS focal point for Defense Health Agency Director visit at Naval Hospital Bremerton

Article
7/3/2018
Navy Vice Adm. Raquel C. Bono, director of the Defense Health Agency, is welcomed by Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Stephanie Manamon, assigned to Naval Hospital Bremerton's (NHB) Northwest Beginnings Family Birth Center, during a fact-finding visit to the military treatment facility. The visit provided the opportunity to focus with NHB leadership and staff on MHS GENESIS and exchange frank and candid assessment on both positive and negative experiences, process improvement, and deployment application of the new electronic health record. NHB deployed the new electronic health record on Sept. 23, 2017 for service members, veterans and their families as one of the four sites in the Pacific Northwest along with U.S. Air Force 92nd Medical Group at Fairchild Air Force Base, Naval Health Clinic Oak Harbor and Madigan Army Medical Center (Official Navy photo by Douglas H Stutz, Naval Hospital Bremerton Public Affairs Officer)

The trip included candid conversations regarding implementation, best practices, lessons learned, issues and improvements.

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Technology | MHS GENESIS
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