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MHS GENESIS Patient Portal Fact Sheet

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7/30/2019

This fact sheet describes the MHS GENESIS Patient Portal.

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MHS GENESIS Fact Sheet

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7/30/2019

This fact sheet describes the DOD’s electronic health record, MHS GENESIS.

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Vaccinia Immune Globulin Intravenous (Human) (VIGIV)

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7/26/2019

This information paper defines procedures for acquiring VIGIV.

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Smallpox Disease and Smallpox Vaccine

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7/24/2019

This information paper describes Smallpox disease and the Smallpox vaccine.

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Patient Reported Outcomes Clinical Record (PROCR)

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7/16/2019

SDD Patient Reported Outcomes Clinical Record (PROCR) Fact Sheet

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Fact Sheet: West Nile

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7/16/2019

This fact sheet, from the Armed Services Blood Program, describes how West Nile is transmitted, its signs and symptoms, and how to prevent getting the disease.

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Fact Sheet: Babesia

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7/16/2019

This fact sheet, from the Armed Services Blood Program, describes how Babesia is transmitted, its signs and symptoms, and how to prevent getting the disease.

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Fact Sheet: Malaria

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7/16/2019

This fact sheet, from the Armed Services Blood Program, describes how Malaria is transmitted, its signs and symptoms, and how to prevent getting the disease.

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Fact Sheet: Chagas

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7/16/2019

This fact sheet, from the Armed Services Blood Program, describes how Chagas is transmitted, its signs and symptoms, and how to prevent getting the disease.

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Fact Sheet: Dengue

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7/16/2019

This fact sheet, from the Armed Services Blood Program, describes how Dengue is transmitted, its signs and symptoms, and how to prevent getting the disease.

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Nutrition Management Information System (NMIS)

Fact Sheet
6/19/2019

NMIS is a fully integrated nutrition management system supporting military readiness and the war fighter worldwide.

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How to Submit a Formal Appeal

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6/18/2019

This explains how an eligible member submits a formal appeal to the Defense Health Agency Great Lakes DHA-GL to request payment of a denied authorized medical care claim or approval of a pre-authorization for medical care previously denied.

How to Forward Medical Eligibility Documentation

Fact Sheet
6/18/2019

Medical eligibility documents are used to document, establish, manage, and authorize civilian health care for eligible Reservist and National Guard Guard members who incur or aggravate an injury, illness or disease in the line of duty. Defense Health Agency Great Lakes (DHA-GL) is responsible for the authorization of civilian medical care for Reservist and National Guard members who are NOT in the catchment area of a Military Treatment Facility (MTF).

How to Request Pre-Authorization for Line of Duty Medical Care

Fact Sheet
6/18/2019

Defense Health Agency Great Lakes (DHA-GL) is responsible for pre-authorizing all civilian medical care for eligible National Guard and Reservist who have been injured or became ill in the line of duty during a period of qualified duty and are not in the catchment area of a Military Treatment Facility.

Pharmacy Reimbursement for Line of Duty Care

Fact Sheet
6/18/2019

The Defense Agency, Great Lakes in conjunction with Express Scripts Incorporated began processing retail pharmacy reimbursements for Reserve Component members on Nov. 15, 2004

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