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Joint Health Information Exchange Allows Access

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6/1/2022
Joint Health Information Exchange Allows Access

Lisa Clark, a Pay it Forward team member from Naval Hospital Twentynine Palms, shows Brooke Army Medical Center case managers how to input data into the MHS GENESIS system at BAMC, Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, Texas, Jan. 22, 2022. Pay it Forward team members come from sites that have implemented MHS GENESIS to help with the transition to the new system. (Photo by Lori Newman, Brooke Army Medical Center Public Affairs)

Stop the Bleed

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5/27/2022
Stop the Bleed

TaTaka Perry-Johnson, University Health nurse educator, right, trains participants how to pack an injury during one of four ‘Stop the Bleed’ courses, May 19, 2022, at the Texas Department of Transportation District offices. Training was conducted both in-person and virtually to teach members of the community what everyone should know to stop bleeding after an injury. (U.S. Army photo by Robert A. Whetstone)

Corneal Collagen Cross linking in the Military A Game Changer

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5/27/2022
Corneal Collagen Cross linking in the Military A Game Changer

Corneal collagen cross-linking, known as CXL, the first and only treatment to date that is proven to stop Keratoconus, KCN, progression.

Walter Reed Service Dogs

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5/27/2022
Walter Reed Service Dogs

Luke, a German Shepherd facility dog at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, stays with wounded warrior Heath Calhoun at the Military Advanced Treatment Center facility while Calhoun undergoes rehab therapy. Luke is officially a Navy Hospital Corpsman Third Class.

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Pharmacy Services

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5/27/2022
Pharmacy Services

At the start of the pandemic, a curbside pharmacy service was initially offered as an additional health protection measure to minimize foot traffic and help to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

Medical Providers Burnout

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5/25/2022
Medical Providers Burnout

“No one is immune to burnout. Healthcare providers are very good at rescuing others. We train for it and practice it daily. Unfortunately, we often do so at the expense of our own health and wellness." (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Matt Hecht)

Ask the Doc Yes I Binge Drink

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5/25/2022
Ask the Doc Yes I Binge Drink

Dear Doc: I kick back on the weekends and down a six-pack or two at a time. I know this is called binge drinking, but I don’t think I’m an alcoholic. Should I be worried?

Mental Health Programs

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5/24/2022
Mental Health Programs

The Military Health System has a wide network of specialized professionals to support mental health.

Baby Smiling

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5/23/2022
Baby Smiling

The shortage of baby formula is having an impact on millions of families, including military families. Learn what TRICARE does and doesn't cover.

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How MHS Video Connect Improves Mission Effectiveness and Care Quality

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5/18/2022
How MHS Video Connect Improves Mission Effectiveness and Care Quality

Army Lt. Col (Dr.) Robert Cornfeld explains how MHS Video Connect's convenient, secure, and easy-to-use virtual video visit capability helps providers keep patients on mission and improves engagement with them, directly leading to better health outcomes.

Cancer Moonshot 2

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5/18/2022
Cancer Moonshot 2

The Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USU) hosted a Department of Defense Cancer Moonshot Roundtable, "A Conversation on Cancer Health Equity and Military-relevant Environmental Exposures," on May 4. (Photo: Courtesy of Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences)

Military Medical Museum Celebrates 160th birthday with mobile app

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5/17/2022
Military Medical Museum Celebrates 160th birthday with mobile app

National Museum of Health and Medicine, Silver Spring, Maryland, visitor uses the NMHM mobile app while looking at objects from the Innovations in Military Medicine Gallery.

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'America’s first brain surgeon' served during Civil War and World War I

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5/17/2022
'America’s first brain surgeon' served during Civil War and World War I

Dr. William Williams Keen Jr was a medical surgeon during the Civil War who afterwards advocated and researched medical advances so the horrors of Civil War-era medicine would not occur again. He also served in the Army during World War I.

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Nina Hoskins

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5/13/2022
Nina Hoskins

Second Lt. Nina Hoskins, 81st Surgical Operations Squadron operating room nurse, briefs Col. Debra Lovette, 81st Training Wing commander, and other base leadership on robotics surgery capabilities inside the robotics surgery clinic at the Keesler Medical Center June 16, 2017. (Photo: Kemberly Groue, U.S. Air Force)

Anita Fligge

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5/13/2022
Anita Fligge

Defense Health Agency Chief Nursing Officer Air Force Brig. Gen. Anita Fligge. (Photo: Courtesy of Air Force Brig. Gen. Anita Fligge)

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