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Health Innovation – Pathways to Ready Reliable Care

The Military Health System (MHS) Monthly theme is Health Innovation – Pathways to Ready Reliable Care. The MHS culture of innovation is always seeking out and implementing new, effective, and efficient ways to protect, support, and promote the health and welfare of the military community. 

Health Innovation and Total Force Fitness 

Total Force Fitness focuses on seamlessly integrating fitness of every aspect of the mind, body, and spirit. This requires finding new ways to promote performance, readiness and overall wellness of service members, military families and all MHS patients.

Health Innovations across the MHS Enterprise

The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted every element of how the MHS did business. Innovation in other areas continued during the pandemic, including things like research on the use of electrodes to treat traumatic brain injury, boothless audiometry, remote and virtual medicine, and patient safety.

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MHS operational innovations continue in battle against COVID-19

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MHS innovations in 2020 include a new registry for real-time COVID-19 data and a system to free up hospital beds and protect patients from the disease.

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Last Updated: January 18, 2022

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