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Cybersecurity Awareness

Protecting Military Health System (MHS) patient health information is everyone’s responsibility, from the Chief Medical Information Officer to the medical provider, and of equal importance, to you and each of your family members—the patients. Our goal is to empower you and your family to protect health care information under your control and lower the risk of cyber crimes.

You can store and track your personal health and fitness information in many ways:

  • Fitness tracking wearables
  • Mobile devices and Apps
  • Online web services, such as Personal Health Records (PHRs)

This makes it easier for you to be in charge of your health information. But, this technology may increase the possibility your health information is stolen. 

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