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  • MHS GENESIS enabler to more effective military health system

    The Military Health System continues to implement a new, modern electronic health record - named MHS GENESIS - to harness advanced technology and transform how military health care is delivered to more than 9.5 million beneficiaries. The system’s functional champion, Air Force Maj. Gen. Lee Payne, assistant director for Combat Support at the Defense Health Agency, said the MHS is focused on three key priorities as it continues deploying the new record: ensuring that MHS GENESIS facilitates a high quality of care, protects the safety and security of patient information, and is trusted by healthcare professionals and patients.
  • MHS GENESIS goes live at next wave of military treatment facilities

    The Military Health System’s new electronic health care record, MHS GENESIS, went live at four new sites on September 7. David Grant USAF Medical Center at Travis Air Force Base; Naval Health Clinic Lemoore at Naval Air Station Lemoore; U.S. Army Health Clinic Presidio of Monterey, all in California; and the 366th Medical Group at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, are part of “Wave Travis”, named for the largest wave participant site.
  • Medical devices, MHS GENESIS: DHITS session focuses on ties that bind

    The opportunities and challenges of integrating medical devices with MHS GENESIS was the focus of a breakout session Wednesday, July 31, at the 2019 Defense Health Information Technology Symposium, or DHITS. The theme of this year's event, sponsored by the Defense Health Agency, is "One Team, One Mission – Enabling MHS Transformation."
  • JBER discusses new electronic health record

    U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Lee E. Payne, the Defense Health Agency Assistant Director for Combat Support, and Military Health System Electronic Health Record Functional Champion, visited Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, July 9, 2019.
  • MHS GENESIS a force multiplier, one read at a time

    Naval Hospital Bremerton (NHB) and the Air Force 92nd Medical Group are geographically distinct and culturally different, except when using MHS GENESIS to support mission readiness. As well as share – and deliver – timely patient-centered care. NHB was the first site with the Department of Defense new electronic health record in 2018 to provide results of radiology studies completed at one military treatment facility for another.
  • 92nd MDG celebrates 2-year anniversary of MHS Genesis arrival to Fairchild

    The 92nd Medical Group celebrated the second anniversary of Military Health System Genesis’ introduction to Fairchild by hosting a cake cutting ceremony at Fairchild’s Medical Center, Feb. 8.
  • ‘Good things are happening’ as DoD continues to roll out MHS GENESIS

    Adopting a new electronic health record, also known as an EHR, across a large, geographically diverse enterprise is no easy task. To meet the change management needs for this critical effort, the Defense Health Agency has established the Office of the Chief Health Informatics Officer.
  • ‘Tis the season to be resilient

    Building resiliency is one of the best ways we maintain our commitment to delivering Trusted Care, Anywhere.
  • MHS GENESIS: Continuing to make progress

    Senior Military Health System leaders met at the Defense Health Information Technology Symposium in Orlando, Florida, to discuss progress with MHS GENESIS.
  • AF Surgeon General visits Fairchild medical Airmen

    The U.S. Air Force Surgeon General visited here Jan. 11 and 12, to speak with, and learn from 92nd Medical Group leadership and Airmen.
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