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DMIS ID Monthly Change October 2022

Technical Document
9/12/2022

DHA publishes DMIS ID Tables monthly for the MHS. This site provides the latest version of the DMIS ID Table for viewing, printing, or downloading, along with a change

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DMIS ID Tables

DMIS ID Data Dictionary

Technical Document
9/12/2022

DMIS ID Data Dictionary is published on a monthly basis.

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DMIS ID Tables

DHA Form 207: COVID-19 Vaccine Screening and Immunization Document v22

Form/Template
9/9/2022

The purpose of this form is to determine if the COVID-19 vaccine can be administered to the patient. (v22, Sept. 2022)

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OMNIBUS IV Military Medical Research and Development HT001121R0004

Publication
9/9/2022

Statement of objectives for the OMNIBUS contracting vehicles.

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Omnibus IV

Creative Arts Therapies

Report
9/9/2022

H.R. 6395 HASC Report for FY 2021 116-442 Pg. 151

BUMED Manpower Information System II BUMIS II PIA

Form/Template
9/8/2022

BUMIS II provides an online inventory of personnel assigned to Navy Medicine. It includes demographics, education, health care specialty, additional qualifications, assignment and training skills. BUMIS II provides personnel planners at headquarters level with data about the medical personnel force that allows tracking and trends of gains, losses, and skill mix. The data is pivotal for the development of personnel strength plans, promotion plans, accession plans, and training plans and is also used for ad hoc queries responding to inquiries about Medical Department Officer force from both inside and outside the Navy Medical department.

Clinical Information System CIS Essentris Inpatient System PIA

Form/Template
9/8/2022

Clinical Information System (CIS)/Essentris® Inpatient System (hereinafter “CIS Essentris®”) the Military Health System (MHS) inpatient documentation solution is a comprehensive clinical documentation system for use in acute care hospitals. CIS/Essentris® enables continuous and automated clinical documentation and bedside point-of-care data capture. All inpatient clinical documentation is created and stored in CIS/Essentris®, the Composite Health Care System (CHCS), and bedside instruments. Clinical data may be aggregated, trended, and analyzed to manage care for a single patient or for an entire patient population. CIS/Essentris® also provides waveform documentation, graphical trending on patient parameters, a reference library, patient education materials, and various reporting capabilities such as change of shift reports, task lists, and administrative reports.

Workload Management System for Nursing Internet WMSNi PIA

Form/Template
9/8/2022

The purpose of the WMSNi system is to determine the nursing manpower requirements based upon patient care needs. The patient acuity data is collected to analyze nurse personnel requirements to meet the clinical needs of active service members, their families, retirees and other DOD personnel and dependents. WMSNi determines how many staff members are needed on a particular nursing unit to provide care during a 24-hour period. The resulting nursing manpower requirements are then documented in a table of distribution and allowances for use at the US Army Medical Command and its Medical Treatment Facilities (MTFs). Along with US Army MEDCOM and its MTFs, WMSNi is also being utilized at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (WRNMMC), which is under the control of the Defense Health Agency (DHA).

MDR Future PLCA

Technical Document
9/8/2022

This file contains the future specification for the Patient Level Cost Allocation (PLCA) table for the Military Health System Data Repository (MDR) database.

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MDR, M2, ICDs Functional Support | MDR Functional Specifications

MDR Current SIDR

Technical Document
9/8/2022

This file contains the current specification for the Standard Inpatient Data Record (SIDR) table for the Military Health System Data Repository (MDR) database.

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MDR, M2, ICDs Functional Support | MDR Functional Specifications

2020 DOD Women's Reproductive Health Survey FAQs

FAQs
9/7/2022

Questions and answers about the 2020 DOD Women's Reproductive Health Survey

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2020 DOD Women’s Reproductive Health Survey (WRHS)

Standing Order for Administering Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine

Publication
9/7/2022

Standing orders authorize nurses, pharmacists, and other appropriately trained healthcare personnel, where allowed by state law, to assess a patient’s immunization status and administer vaccinations according to a protocol approved by an institution, physician, or other authorized practitioner.

Standing Order for Administering Novavax COVID-19 Vaccine

Publication
9/7/2022

Standing orders authorize nurses, pharmacists, and other appropriately trained health care personnel, where allowed by state law, to assess a patient’s immunization status and administer vaccinations according to a protocol approved by an institution, physician, or other authorized practitioner.

TBICoE at MHSRS 2022

Publication
9/7/2022

The Traumatic Brain Injury Center of Excellence (TBICoE) research personnel will be showcasing the latest TBI research at the 2022 Military Health System Research Symposium (MHSRS)

Standing Order for Administering Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine

Publication
9/7/2022

Standing orders authorize nurses, pharmacists, and other appropriately trained healthcare personnel, where allowed by state law, to assess a patient’s immunization status and administer vaccinations according to a protocol approved by an institution, physician, or other authorized practitioner.

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