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2000-2022 Q2 DOD Worldwide Numbers for TBI

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11/9/2022

TBICoE is the Defense Department’s office of responsibility for tracking traumatic brain injury data in the U.S. military. Here you’ll find data on the number of active-duty service members—anywhere U.S. forces are located—with a first-time TBI diagnosis from calendar year 2000 through the second quarter of 2022. The data is also broken down by each branch of the armed services.

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Process to Identify and Address Environmental Health Hazards in DOD Housing

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11/9/2022

S. 1790, NDAA Conference Report for FY 2020, 116-333, Sec. 3053

2021 DOD Worldwide Numbers for TBI

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11/9/2022

TBICoE is the Defense Department’s office of responsibility for tracking traumatic brain injury data in the U.S. military. Here you’ll find data on the number of active-duty service members—anywhere U.S. forces are located—with a first-time TBI diagnosis in 2021. The data is also broken down by each branch of the armed services.

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Tripler Army Medical Center and Veterans Affairs

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11/2/2022

H.R. 4355, HAC-M Report for FY 2022 117-81, Pg. 15-16

FY 2022 DHP Q4 Budget Execution Report and Combined Q4 FY22 Reporting on Medical Readiness

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10/28/2022

H.R. 2471, Consolidated Approps for FY 2022 JES 117-35, Pg. 144; H.R. 4432, HAC-D Report for FY 2022, 117-88, Pg. 329

DoD Uniform Formulary Drug Utilization Report for FY22Q4

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10/25/2022

Study and Report on Increasing Telehealth Services across Armed Forces

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10/21/2022

HR 6395, NDAA for FY 2021, Sec. 756

Modifications to Pilot Program on Civilian and Military Partnerships

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10/14/2022

HR 6397, NDAA for FY 2021, Sec. 741 to Enhance Interoperability and Medical Surge Capability and Capacity of National Disaster Medical System

eRX Pharmacy Lists

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10/11/2022

This Excel document lists the military pharmacies that accept electronic prescriptions from civilian providers. The list is printer friendly and organized in four tabs: alphabetically by Pharmacy Name; alphabetically by State or Territory; by Region (Overseas TRICARE East, TRICARE West); by Branch of Service.

TRICARE Program Effectiveness

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10/7/2022

S. 1124, NDAA Conference Report for FY 1996 Sec. 717, As modified by S. 1356, NDAA Conference Report for FY 2016, Sec. 713

Evaluation of the TRICARE Program FY 2022 Report to Congress

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10/7/2022

S. 1124, NDAA Conference Report for FY 1996; Sec. 717, As modified by S. 1356, NDAA Conference Report for FY 2016, Sec. 713

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Seasonal Influenza Summary: Oct. 4, 2022

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10/4/2022

During the 2021-2022 Influenza Season, activity was much lower compared to seasons prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the 2021-2022 season was significantly higher than the 2020-2021 season, when many COVID-19 migration measures were in place. The 2021-2022 influenza season was bi-modal with a peak at week 50 and another higher peak at week 14.

MSMR Vol. 29 No. 10 - October 2022

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10/1/2022

A monthly publication of the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Division. This issue of the peer-reviewed journal contains the following articles: Surveillance trends for SARS-CoV-2 and other respiratory pathogens among U.S. Military Health System Beneficiaries, Sept. 27, 2020 – Oct. 2,2021; Establishment of SARS-CoV-2 genomic surveillance within the MHS during March 1 – Dec. 31 2020; Suicide behavior among heterosexual, lesbian/gay, and bisexual active component service members in the U.S. Armed Forces; Brief report: Phase I results using the Virtual Pooled Registry Cancer Linkage system (VPR-CLS) for military cancer surveillance.

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AFHSD 2021 Annual Report and 2020 Summary

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9/23/2022

This annual report provides a summary of the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Division's accomplishments during 2021.

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Improvement of Administration of DHA And MTFs

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9/21/2022

H.R. 5515 NDAA for FY 2019, Section 711(b)(2) (DHA Education and Training)

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