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Field Testing of Hallucinogenic Agents

FAQs
8/16/2022

Questions and answers about Field Testing of Hallucinogenic Agents

Fraud and Abuse

FAQs
8/16/2022

View questions and answers about health care fraud and abuse.

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Program Integrity

Frequently Asked Questions for Transactions

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8/16/2022

View questions and answers about the nationwide standards for HIPAA compliant electronic administrative health care transactions.

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Transactions | Table of HIPAA Adopted Transactions Used by MHS

Frequently Asked Questions for Code Sets

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8/16/2022

View questions and answers about the nationwide standards for code sets used in the HIPAA compliant electronic health care transactions.

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Code Sets

Health IT Innovation and Research

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8/16/2022

Questions and Answers about Health IT Innovation and Research

Depleted Uranium

FAQs
8/16/2022

The Department of Defese (DoD) began testing depeted uranium (DU) about 40 years ago, and first used it in a military operation in 1991. It has fewer risks than natural uranium because it is less radioactive. DoD and many other organizations have studied, and continue to study, the health, chemical, radiological and environmental effects and exposures of DU.

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GulfLINK | Depleted Uranium

Depleted Uranium: Chemical Effects

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8/16/2022

Questions and answers about the chemical effects of DU

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Chemical Effects of DU

Depleted Uranium: Radiation Effects

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8/16/2022

Questions and answers about the radiation effects of depleted uranium

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Radiation Effects of DU

Armed Forces Repository of Specimen Samples

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8/16/2022

Questions and answers about the Armed Forces Repository of Specimen Samples

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Repository of Specimen Samples for the Identification of Remains | FAQ for Armed Forces Repository of Specimen Samples

Conducting Health Care Surveys in the Department of Defense

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8/16/2022

Questions and answers about conducting Health Care Surveys in the Department of Defense

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Conducting Health Care Surveys in the DoD

Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy

FAQs
8/16/2022

The complexity of the brain and brain injuries has led to questions about the nature of cognitive rehabilitation therapy and its availability to service members who have sustained TBIs.

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Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy

Compound Drugs

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8/16/2022

View questions and answers about TRICARE's compound drug policy.

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Compound Drugs

Defense Medical Logistics Vendor Day

FAQs
8/16/2022

Questions and answers about Vendor Day — a cooperative venture hosted by the Military Service Medical Logistics Agencies located on Fort Detrick.

Anxiety

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8/16/2022

Questions and answers about anxiety

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Anxiety

Telehealth

FAQs
8/16/2022

Questions and answers about telehealth

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Telehealth Program
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