This fact sheet is intended to remind individual's to do everything they can to shield their eyes against accidents while on and off duty with protective eyewear.
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This information paper describes Rotavirus disease and vaccine to prevent it
The Department of Defense Trauma Registry is a web-based data collection tool that captures and documents, in electronic format, information about the demographics, injury-producing incident, diagnosis and treatment, and outcome of injuries sustained by U.S./Non-U.S. military and U.S./Non-U.S. civilian personnel in wartime and peacetime from the point ...
This information paper describes Yellow Fever and the vaccine to prevent it.
This information paper describes respiratory syncytial virus disease and the vaccines to prevent it.
S3 is a web-based, automated system that regulates operation room scheduling and reporting processes, allowing the Defense Health Agency to collect enterprise-wide metrics on OR efficiency. S3 facilitates enterprise standardization and integration of health delivery systems and amplifies patient safety.
ePQNS collects data on patients to facilitate a patient-centered workflow, improve wait times and services, and enhance the patient appointment process.
ASIMS is a web-based application that allows senior U.S. Air Force leaders, commanders, active duty, Air National Guard, and Air Force Reserve members to monitor force health and mission readiness in non-deployed and deployed settings.
This fact sheet outlines the clinical guidelines for post-vaccination associated myopericarditis algorithm.
This explains how an eligible member submits a formal appeal to the Defense Health Agency Great Lakes DHA-GL to request payment of a denied authorized medical care claim or approval of a pre-authorization for medical care previously denied.
To assist members with resolving debt collection issues, the Under Secretary of Defense established Debt Collection Assistance Officer (DCAO) Programs at every Lead Agent Office and Military Treatment Facility worldwide.
Medical eligibility documents are used to document, establish, manage, and authorize civilian health care for eligible Reservist and National Guard Guard members who incur or aggravate an injury, illness or disease in the line of duty. Defense Health Agency Great Lakes (DHA-GL) is responsible for the authorization of civilian medical care for ...
How to Submit Pharmacy Reimbursement for Guard and Reservist with Line of Duty (LOD) injuries or illness
The Defense Agency, Great Lakes in conjunction with Express Scripts Incorporated began processing retail pharmacy reimbursements for Reserve Component members on Nov. 15, 2004
Defense Health Agency Great Lakes (DHA-GL) is responsible for pre-authorizing all civilian medical care for eligible National Guard and Reservist who have been injured or became ill in the line of duty during a period of qualified duty and are not in the catchment area of a Military Treatment Facility.
Significant updates to the Department of Defense Instruction (DoDI) 6055.12 “Hearing Conservation Program” are expected to be published in April 2023. The significant change is a new requirement for initial hearing protector fit-testing to be conducted for all DOD personnel who have documented noise exposure greater than or equal to 95 dBA 8-hour time ...
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