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Brochure: Joint Health Information Exchange

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8/4/2020

As part of the Joint HIE, the Military Health System (MHS) has joined national efforts to safely and securely share your health care information electronically with participating eHealth Exchange* providers from which you may receive care.

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Joint Health Information Exchange

Poster: Joint Health Information Exchange

Publication
8/4/2020

The Military Health System has joined national efforts to safely and securely share your health care information electronically through the Joint Health Information Exchange (jHIE) with other organizations from where you may receive care.

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Information Paper: Joint Health Information Exchange

Publication
8/4/2020

Through partnership with the eHealth Exchange, the Military Health System (MHS) Joint Health Information Exchange (jHIE) joined national efforts to securely share MHS beneficiary health care information electronically with other federal and private sector partners from which MHS patients may receive health care.

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COVID-19 Life Support Training Extension

Publication
3/19/2020

The purpose of this memorandum is to set policy guidance within the Military Health System for American Red Cross life support training (First Aid/cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)/automated external defibrillator (AED), Basic Life Support (BLS), Advanced Life Support (ALS), and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)).

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Coronavirus

Animal Bites

Publication
11/1/2019

This case definition was developed by the Armed Forced Health Surveillance Center (AFHSC) for the purpose of epidemiological surveillance of conditions important to military-associated populations. In order to identify cases, the definition takes advantage of outpatient and inpatient medical encounters and cases reported through the Tri-Service ...

Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Serosurveillance

Publication
10/19/2019

This case definition was developed by the Armed Forced Health Surveillance Center (AFHSC) for the purpose of epidemiological surveillance of conditions important to military-associated populations. In order to identify cases, the definition takes advantage of outpatient and inpatient medical encounters and cases reported through the Tri-Service ...

Heat Injuries

Publication
10/1/2019

This case definition was developed by the Armed Forced Health Surveillance Center (AFHSC) for the purpose of epidemiological surveillance of conditions important to military-associated populations. In order to identify cases, the definition takes advantage of outpatient and inpatient medical encounters and cases reported through the Tri-Service ...

DoD Patient Safety Program April 2019 eBulletin

Publication
4/10/2019

The DoD Patient Safety Program eBulletin provides you with patient safety news, leading practices from across the Military Health System, tips you can use and upcoming educational activities to ensure the patient safety community remains informed and active.

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eBulletin | Patient Safety

2019 National Nurses Week Wreath Laying Ceremony Flyer

Publication
4/9/2019

Help us spread the word and get folks to tune in live! The Military Health System’s 2019 National Nurses Week Wreath Laying Ceremony is our annual signature event that recognizes and highlights the many accomplishments of past and present military and civilian nurses. This year’s event will be held on Monday, May 6, 2019 from 1:00-1:30 p.m. Eastern ...

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Factitious disorders

Publication
3/1/2019

Factitious disorders (e.g., Munchausen syndrome, hospital addiction syndrome, Ganser’s syndrome) are classified as mental health disorders. Individuals with these disorders intentionally produce or feign physical signs and symptoms. Their behavior is motivated by their desire to assume “sick roles” (e.g., hospitalization, medical evaluation, and ...

The Scope: Summer 2018

Publication
2/5/2019

Welcome to the ninth edition of the Program Executive Office Defense Healthcare Management Systems (PEO DHMS) external newsletter, The Scope! Inside this issue, you will read about the recent achievements of the PEO DHMS team, as we continue to transform the delivery of military operations and healthcare for our service members.

The Scope: Fall 2018

Publication
12/20/2018

Welcome to the tenth edition of the Program Executive Office Defense Healthcare Management Systems (PEO DHMS) external newsletter, The Scope! Inside this issue, you will read about the recent achievements of the PEO DHMS team, as we continue to transform the delivery of military operations and healthcare for our service members.

The Scope: Spring 2018

Publication
5/16/2018

Welcome to the eighth edition of the Program Executive Office Defense Healthcare Management Systems (PEO DHMS) external newsletter, The Scope! Inside this issue, you will read about the recent achievements of the PEO DHMS team, as we continue to transform the delivery of military operations and healthcare for our service members.

Within Reach: The Rehabilitation Journey After Upper Limb Amputation

Publication
1/3/2018

This guide was written specifically for Veterans and active duty military personnel receiving care through the Department of Veterans Affairs and Department of Defense Healthcare Systems, but the information gathered includes experiences of civilian amputees as well. The hope is that this content can benefit anyone living with upper limb amputation as well as caregivers and clinical providers.

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Extremities Loss | Clinical Affairs

Abstracts for Defense Health Agency 2017 Military Health System Awards

Publication
12/5/2017

Abstracts for Defense Health Agency 2017 Military Health System Awards 2017

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