View questions and answers about the nationwide standards for code sets used in the HIPAA compliant electronic health care transactions.
MHS Health Care Glossary
Military Health System (MHS) Health Care Glossary serves as the official repository and consolidated reference (as a secondary source) for terms and definitions used within the MHS. Some terms may have multiple and varying definitions based on the context and primary source of authority. Note that certain definitions may be approved only for limited use in a single primary reference document, while others may have broad applicability in multiple contexts and issuances. To determine the most appropriate definition in a particular context, consult all relevant source documents. Any disparities between this Glossary and primary sources are unintentional, and the primary source shall control.
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Frequently asked questions about MHS Video Connect, the telehealth solution for military hospitals and clinics.
The following questions and answers are related to Travel and Transportation Allowances for Non-Covered Reproductive Health Care.
Questions and answers about the joint Health Information Exchange
View questions and answers from the Pharmacy Operations Support Contract for military pharmacies.
Questions and answers about Billing and Pricing
Reproductive Health: Administrative Absence for Non-Covered Reproductive Health Care, Regular Leave, and Special Liberty
The following questions and answers are related to Non-Covered Reproductive Health Care, Regular Leave, and Special Liberty
The following questions and answers are related to Medical Providers.
The following questions and answers are related to command notification of pregnancy.
Frequently asked questions and answers about the Real Warriors program
Questions from the Force on Essential Women's Health Care Services for Service Members, Dependents, Beneficiaries, and Department of Defense Civilian Employees
Questions and answers about the TRICARE Retail Refund Website
Mpox is a rare disease caused by the mpox virus, which is part of the orthopoxvirus family. Mpox virus was first found in laboratory monkeys in 1958, and until recently, causes a disease primarily confined to certain parts of Africa.
Frequently asked questions about the inTransition program
Questions and answers about the Persian Gulf War from 1990-1991 and its health effects.
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