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Defense Medical Epidemiology Database

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Welcome to the New and Improved DMED 5.0

Please read the instructions carefully to learn about the significant changes that have been made. All current users of DMED will need to re-register to access the new version.

DMED is now only available online. All previous web and desktop versions have been disabled. Users will still have access to the same data as before — only it will be easier to use and the results will be easier to understand.

About DMED

DMED provides remote access to a subset of data contained within the Defense Medical Surveillance System (DMSS). DMSS contains up-to-date and historical data on diseases and medical events (e.g., hospitalizations, ambulatory visits, reportable diseases, etc.) and longitudinal data relevant to personnel characteristics and deployments experience for all active and reserve component service members. The DMED application provides a user-friendly interface to perform queries regarding disease and injury rates and relative burdens of disease in active component populations.

The purpose of DMED is to standardize the epidemiologic methodology used to collect, integrate and analyze active component service member personnel and medical event data, and to provide authorized users with remote access to the summarized data. Using client-server technologies and database optimization, DMED users have unprecedented access to epidemiologic data on active component service members and tailored queries that respond in a timely and efficient manner.

DMED Users

DMED is available to authorized users such as U.S. military medical providers, epidemiologists, medical researchers, safety officers or medical operations/ clinical support staff for surveying health conditions in the U.S. military. Civilian collaborators in military medical research and operations may also have access to DMED with documentation supporting their arrangements. The application for access to DMED is available below.

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User Guide

The DMED User's Guide is available below as an Adobe Portable Document. It can be printed via the Acrobat Reader's print button on its tool bar. Users may also refer to 'Getting Started' and the online 'Help' for guidance in using DMED.

DMED User's Guide: Provides an overview for using the DMED 5.0 application.

DMED TRAINING VIDEOS

DMED users can learn the system's basic functions and how to perform a query through these two training videos. 

Basic Functions

Performing a Query

Troubleshooting DMED

For assistance contact the DMED administrator via Email

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The Defense Medical Epidemiology Database System Overview Fact Sheet

Fact Sheet
5/12/2017

This fact sheet provides a system overview of the Defense Medical Epidemiology Database (DMED). DMED is a web-based tool to remotely query de-identified active component personnel and medical event data contained within the Defense Medical Surveillance System (DMSS). Learn about the newly released version of DMED and its key features in this document.

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New and Improved Defense Medical Epidemiology Database

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4/4/2017
The new and improved Defense Medical Epidemiology Database (DMED), known as DMED 5.0, is now only available online.  DMED provides timely and efficient access to data of active component personnel and medical event data.  It contains a subset of data from the Defense Medical Surveillance System (DMSS), offering remote access to tri-service epidemiologic data. Moreover, it protects privacy using only de-identified data and updates monthly.  The new DMED features an enhanced user interface, query data using ICD-9 and ICD-10 diagnostic codes granting authorized users to search multiple databases simultaneously. These users are U.S. military personnel (DoD-CaC users) or Federal partners and civilian collaborators in military medical research and operations. Authorized U.S. military personnel with access to DMED include medical providers, epidemiologists, medical researchers, safety officers, and medical operations and clinical support staff. Sign up for a new account at www.health.mil/dmed

The new and improved Defense Medical Epidemiology Database (DMED), known as DMED 5.0, is now only available online. DMED provides timely and efficient access to data of active component personnel and medical event data.

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Armed Forces Health Surveillance Branch | Defense Medical Epidemiology Database

Defense Medical Epidemiology Database Users Guide

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3/1/2017

The Defense Medical Epidemiology Database (DMED) application provides authorized users worldwide (through the Internet) with real-time access to user-definable queries of a subset of data (non-privacy) contained within the DMSS.

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