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AMSUS IHS Nov 2011

  1. 1. AMSUS IHS(6 Nov 2011) Lt Gen Green (30-Minute)Meeting: AMSUS IHS Outbreak, 6 November 2011, 1430Theme: “Transformational Pathways to Global Healthcare”Audience: ~ 70 International Health Specialists (IHS)Purpose: Updates on AFMS and IHS FutureDesign: AFMS future updates, AFMS mission/strategyFormat: UnclassifiedSources: NOVA brief, SLW brief, iEHR brief, Dental Updates Integrity - Service - Excellence 1
  2. 2. Headquarters U.S. Air ForceIntegrity - Service - Excellence Air Force Pathways to Global Healthcare Lt Gen C. Bruce Green Surgeon General 6 Nov 2011 2
  3. 3. Our Framework Provides Focus and Alignment) Strategies OverlappingMission Areas Transform Deployable Capability Rapid Response to Any Worldwide Contingency Fit Force Build Patient-Centered Care Continuity & Prevention to Optimize Health Invest in Education, Training & Research Sustain Our Future Capabilities Strategy Common Practice Culture Integrity - Service - Excellence
  4. 4. CAF/MAF Improvement Immediate < 20 min ER < 2 hrsT+0 hrs T+3 hrs OR & ICU < 3 hrs EMEDS Health Response Team a Reality! Self-Aid Combat Medics Forward In Theater Care Definitive Care Buddy Care Navy Corpsmen Resuscitative Rehab/Recovery Home w/Family Care AF Theater Hosp SAMMC Expeditionary g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l to Save Lives! I n t e Operations) Evolving e n c e
  5. 5. Global Reach: IHS Supporting National Priorities Kyrgyzstan1 Jan 10 - 30 Jun 11, 275 Missions in 81 Countries Ukraine Dominican Republic Mozambique Timor Pacific Belize Angel Honduras Indonesia Vietnam Sierra Leone Providing Medical Stability and Building Global Partnerships Integrity - Service - Excellence 5
  6. 6. Generating Knowledge) PRIMARY CARE 2025: A Scenario Exploration of Forces, Challenges, and Opportunities Shaping Primary Care in the U.S. GENOMIC MEDICINE: An Active Consortium of Government, Academic, and Industry Leaders in the Field of Genomic Medicine Providing Expert Direction for PC2Z Program DOD/VA iEHR and GOVERNMENT HIE SUMMIT: Establishing a Common Roadmap for Today, Tomorrow, and the Future OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE of the MILITARY HEALTH SYSTEM: A Product Lifecycle Management Workshop VETERANS AFFAIRS ROUNDTABLE: Future Performance Metrics to Assess Population Health, Patient Experience, and Healthcare Value USU-HJF Military Medicine Symposium: The TBI Spectrum, Challenges, Initiatives, & PreventionInnovative Collaboration to Shape the Future of Healthcare Integrity - Service - Excellence 6
  7. 7. Building Partnerships: Whole Government Approach BP is an interagency activity led by Department of State (outside of US borders) and Department of Homeland Security (w/in US borders) Development HHS Defense Diplomacy“The Foreign policy of the United States is built on the three Ds: defense, diplomacy, and development.” – Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Source: USAF Building Partnerships Master Plan Draft (Aug 10) Integrity - Service - Excellence 7
  8. 8. AFMS Continuum of Global Health Engagement Extend operational Enhance partner nation Optimize partner nation reach of the Joint capability for force health Airpower concepts Forces protection, homeland defense, and health services Educate,Communicate, advise, Train, mentor, aerospace expertise, build partnerships expand capabilities interoperability Integrity - Service - Excellence
  9. 9. Global Health Engagement USAF only Service with IHS capability 60 full-time positions (+6 on JMD) 250+ AF medics are IHS specialists 2000+ AF medics with language proficiency in 65 languagesTotal Force program addressingevolving global health issues to support US Mission/CCDR CAPABILITIES:security cooperation initiatives Foreign language skills Cross-cultural competency Geopolitical insights Regional health expertise Interagency & security cooperation Integrity - Service - Excellence
  10. 10. IHS Training: Phased in FY11-13 *Additional training required for members assigned to IHS UTC (e.g., EMEDS)CNAF/SGs may mandate additional training appropriate to AOR -IHS Orientation + JHOC (1-wk) -Overseas Course--DISAM (1-wk) Trained, 10-13 wks -Embassy Immersion--POLAD (5-wk) Capable & -Regional Security Center—AOR specific (1-4 wk) Effective IHS * -Air Advisor--AETC (2-wk) CAPABILITIES •Foreign language skills •Cross-cultural competency •Geopolitical insight •Regional health expertise •Interagency coordination •Security cooperation expertise Integrity - Service - Excellence 10
  11. 11. Building Success LINES OF EFFORT• Prevent: Build partnerships and trust• Protect: Enhance partner nation capability for force health protection, homeland defense and health services• Respond: Capability; coalition & optimize PN air capability• 1 AF: Collaboration with inter-agencies on a routine basis• 3 AF: Wounded Warrior Workshop; DIMO training in exercise• 9 AF: “Deep Dives”Lcritical analysis to inform strategy• 12 AF: Developing strategy to task; integration with A5• 13 AF: Partnership with AFRC for personnel/capability• 17 AF: Partnership with ANG/State Partnership Program Leveraging Federal Capabilities Internationally Integrity - Service - Excellence 11
  12. 12. Creating Global Partnerships MEDCEUR Partner Nations- Disaster Planning -EMEDS- Public Health Response MacedoniaDisaster Mgmt (Host Nation) Building International Trust Through World-Class Training Integrity - Service - Excellence
  13. 13. Setting the StageRegional Outreach Veterinarian Subject Matter Expert Exchange Events (SMEE) Annual Nursing Symposium International Exercises/Real World Events Partnerships with USAID and other NGOsANG State Partnership Programs Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Response MEDLITE 2011Air Evacuation Missions and TrainingStrategic Communication Initiatives Building a Better Tomorrow Through Partnerships Integrity - Service - Excellence 13
  14. 14. Patient-Centered Care, AnywhereReady: Reassure patient that you “know them”Accessible: Be there when the patient needs youPrepared: Respect patient and their timePrecise: Clarify all treatment and follow-up GOAL!Organized: Don’t ask patient what you should know or haveavailable in their medical recordRespectful: Always answer phone calls/resolve patient concernsThorough: Tell patient what to do if they feel worsePatient-Centered Care Begins with Access to Earn Trust! Integrity - Service - Excellence 14
  15. 15. “TRUSTED CARE ANYWHERE” Integrity - Service - Excellence