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Air Force specifics intro
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What is the AFMS mission?
to ensure maximum wartime readiness by developing and operating a comprehensive community-base healthcare system which maintains the health and morale of AF members.
What established general guidance for the application of air and space forces in operations across the full range of military operations?
AF Doctrine Document (AFDD) of Health Services (HS)
What is the capstone of the USAF Medical Service mission is based on a strategy that is illustrated as a "Parthenon"
What are the four pillars?
Managed health care
building healthy communities
What are the three components of the military health care system (MHS) are?
patient care management
What is the goal of patient care management?
to recapture our beneficiaries from the private sector
What is the goal of demand management?
to provide intervention to reduce unnecessary or preventable health care use.
What does Condition management provide?
target-high costs, high-volumes, and complex diseases or conditions using metrics
What are 2 duties encompassed in the 4N031 position?
anatomy and physiology
What are 2 duties encompassed in the 4N051 position?
minimum grade of A1C
complete 15 months up grade training (UGT)
What is the CFETP?
is a comprehensive education and training document that identifies the LEGAL SCOPE of PRACTICE within the AFMS
Part 1 of CFETP?
abbreviations and terms
information on specific career progression
duties and responsibilities
Part 2 of CFETP
outlines training requirements
provides available support material
list of training resources
MAJCOM unique training requirements
direction on the enlisted training and competency folder
What is the STS developed for?
a trainee's job proficiency by 3, 5, 7 skill level in terms of tasks and knowledge that an airman in that specialty may be expected to perform or to know on the job.
What are the 4 sections of STS?
1-tasks, knowledge, and technical references
2-core and war time tasks
3-certifications for on-the-job training (OJT)
4-proficiency codes used to indicate training
What are supervisors responsible for?
maintaining the proper training documentation on the STS line item according to the skill level held
Where are SDA found and how many can you apply for?
AMS and 1
What are examples of SDA's?
What is awarded when you obtain skilled training in specialized areas in an in-formal setting?
Special Experience Identifiers (SEI)
Examples of 4N SEI's?
Critical Care technician
Special Operations Command Medic
What contains all the requirements needed for each SEI?
What are 2 shred outs for 4N?
Which shred out assist, assembles, operates, maintains and performs routine user maintenance of electroencephalographic and electromyographic equipment
The AFMS provides seamless health service support to whom?
AF and combatant commanders
Who assist in sustaining the performance, health and fitness of every Airman?
What is the phrase for the full spectrum of medical operations to support building partnerships and stability operations
Global medical readiness
Tempo bands are also referred as?
Examples of the full spectrum of medical operations to support building partnerships and stability operations
Expeditionary deployment operations
global health engagement
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