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Elusive enemies. Emerging technologies. Unpredictable threats. Now more than ever, mission success depends on agile, adaptive thinking and operations.
From battlefield to boardroom, Booz Allen's global defense experts have the experience, perspective, and know-how to support the Department of Defense's toughest missions.
Since 1940, when founder Edwin Booz helped the Navy gear up for World War II, our focus on national defense has not wavered. Today, as our military services take on new missions, adopt innovative technologies, tackle acquisition and budgeting challenges, and address warfighters' medical needs, our experts are helping the Department of Defense be ready for what's next.
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Limiting health care spending growth through the application of standard pharmacy benefit management (PBM) strategiesDiscover how payers have succeeded in limiting healthcare spending growth through the judicious application of standard pharmacy benefit management (PBM) strategies
Booz Allen experts discuss transforming healthcare with Big Data in a July 2014 Health Affairs Article "Creating Value in Health Care Through Big Data: Opportunities and Policy Implications."Read More
Infographic: Mission Readiness, Booz Allen Hamilton’s Methodology for Readiness Decision-Support SolutionsMany military organizations have engaged Booz Allen Hamilton to help them strengthen their readiness analysis and decision-support capabilities.
Viewpoint: Mission Readiness, Booz Allen Hamilton’s Methodology for Readiness Decision-Support SolutionsBooz Allen Hamilton is helping military organizations develop and implement readiness solutions that provide the capability to measure, visualize, and analyze how their decisions impact readiness. Such solutions also enable organizations to increase efficiencies which, in turn, minimize risks and costs, and provide analytical rigor to support readiness budgets.
“Transforming the Military Health System: Competencies, Checklists, and Questions to Consider” provides Military Health System leaders with guidelines and best practices to quickly and efficiently address their most pressing needs, and put them on the right path to forming the ideal military healthcare system.Read More
Helping a specialized group of people connect to the world again – that’s what the Booz Allen Hamilton bio-robotics team in the Strategic Innovation Group (SIG) is up to these days.
Our team, based at Booz Allen’s Center for Robotics Systems and Simulation (CRoSS) in Arlington, supports several Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency bio-robotics and prosthetics initiatives, including the program developing new prosthetic arm systems for amputees, and those who have lost the ability to control their upper extremities due to spinal cord injury or disabling diseases like ALS.
Ultimately, the programs supported by the Booz Allen bio-robotics team aim to provide capabilities desired by wounded warriors, and others paralyzed by disease or accident, expressed in their response to one simple question: “What do you want to do?” The most common responses have been related to feeding and grooming; others want to hold their significant other’s hand or cook for their kids.
Whatever their goals, the patients using DARPA funded technologies feel more connected to friends, family and work.
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