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Spotlight: Year of Military Health 2019

Year in Review - A Look Forward

For the Military Health System, 2019 was a year of great change; implementation of the new electronic health record, MHS GENESIS, was unveiled in several locations; administration of military treatment facilities in the U.S. transferred from the Services to DHA; a new DHA Director assumed his new leadership position; MHS continued its leadership role in Global Health Engagement, and several other high-profile initiatives spurred the transformation of the Military Health System. 

In December 2019, MHS/DHA seeks not only look back at DHA’s momentous year of change, but also to look forward to 2020 and how these changes will lead MHS/DHA into the next decade.

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  • Due to the increasing relevance of the drug, the Department of Defense added fentanyl and its ...
  • Inside Fort Benning’s Medical Simulation Training Center, medics and other experts from across the ...
  • Army Col. Mary V. Krueger (left), commander of Tripler Army Medical Center, Hawaii, and Army Maj. ...
  • Speaking before the House Armed Services subcommittee on personnel during a Dec. 5 hearing on Capitol ...
  • Army Lt. Gen. (Dr.) Ronald Place, director of the DHA, speaks to the House Armed Services subcommittee ...
  • Air Force Staff Sgt. Matthew Slaven (right), 81st Medical Operations Squadron cardiopulmonary ...
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