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Defense Health Information Technology Symposium (DHITS)



One Team – One Mission: Embracing MHS Transformation

The Defense Health Information Technology Symposium is a three-day annual conference, hosted by the Defense Health Agency. DHITS attendees are government, military, and industry information technology professionals. The symposium provides a unique venue for knowledge sharing, innovative ideas, discussions of lessons learned, and the introduction of exciting new developments within the Military Health System. DHITS offers Department of Defense healthcare professionals an opportunity to lean-in to the MHS transformation to ensure high-quality, patient-centered care.

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MHS Health IT Awards

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7/24/2018
On July 24, 2018, at the Defense Health Information Technology Symposium in Orlando, Fla., Service members and employees from across the Military Health System were recognized who have made significant contributions and demonstrated outstanding excellence and achievement in Health Information Technology (HIT) in the past year.

On July 24, 2018, at the Defense Health Information Technology Symposium in Orlando, Fla., Service members and employees from across the Military Health System were recognized who have made significant contributions and demonstrated outstanding excellence and achievement in Health Information Technology (HIT) in the past year.

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DHITS 2018

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7/18/2018
DHITS 2018

This video describes the important topics covered during the Defense Health Information Technology Symposium each year

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