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Maintaining a high state of medical readiness is indispensable to national security—and to the Military Health System’s (MHS) mission to provide vital combat support and peacetime services to 9.6 million warfighters, veterans, and their families.
When Congress enacted the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2017, it mandated a new set of system reforms that will empower the MHS to better support its Quadruple Aim of improved readiness, better heath, better care, and lower cost. Beginning October 1, 2018, the director of the Defense Health Agency (DHA) and a professional office will assume full responsibility for all medical treatment facility (MTF) operations, including budget, information technology, administration and management, policy and procedure, facilities, construction, and other matters.
“Managing military health facilities as a more integrated and efficient health care network can add significant value to the to the Military Health System – a network that continues to support the unique cultures and operational needs of each service branch.”
Today, DHA’s many stakeholders continue to debate the organizing principles, organizational construct, and comprehensive implementation strategy that will inform this transformation. DHA doesn’t need to delay in beginning its journey on three of the many factors that will be essential to its readiness and operational mission: human capital, finance, and performance measurement.
This is an exciting and challenging time for the DHA. Read Booz Allen’s thoughts on Accelerating Transformation in the Military Health System.
Read Booz Allen’s ideas on 3 critical factors for the DHA to accelerate transformation within the military heath system.