AMSUS Plenary Nov 2011
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  • 1. Headquarters U.S. Air ForceIntegrity - Service - ExcellenceAir Force Global Health Pathways Lt Gen C. Bruce Green CMSgt Charlie Cole Surgeon General CMEF 7 November 2011 1
  • 2. Moving Forward2009: STRATEGIC IMPERATIVES The Future & Communicating the Vision2010 : EXECUTING THE STRATEGY Focus on Alignment2011: BREAKTHROUGH PERFORMANCE Tools, Incentives, and Rewards2012: CULTURE OF ACCESS, INNOVATION & SERVICE Patient-Centered Care Integrity - Service - Excellence 2
  • 3. AFMS 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. We’ve Been Busy, Readiness Still Priority #1 OIF Ends Operation New Dawn BeginsREADY CAF/MAF CMSgt Tornadoes Etchberger 1st Use Therapeutic awarded MoH Hypothermia IraqBETTER HEALTH Joint Suicide CAF C-STARS Military - Civilian - Family Task Force Report Physical Social Mental Spiritual I N Governance – CAIB Execution #29 – Support Leadership Comprehensive Airmen Fitness Oct-Dec 2010 Jan-Mar 2011 Apr-Jun 2011 Jun-Sep 2011BETTER CARE Developing Advanced ICU Open 1 Jun 11 Must Seek DoD EfficienciesBEST VALUE DOD Efficiencies Sought --Secretary Gates Continuing METC Resolution IOC Leesburg “Aligned For Success” Partnerships Single Mission e– Delivered v i c e - E AneIntegrated System I n t g r i t y - S e r Within x c l l e n c e 4
  • 5. CAF/MAF Improvement Immediate < 20 min ER < 2 hrs T+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 SAMMCEvolving Expeditionary Operations E x SavingcLives Globally! Integrity - Service - cellen e
  • 6. Innovation & Insight to Recapture CareSpecialty Hospitals Focused on Currency and Recapture Integrity - Service - Excellence 6
  • 7. Electronic Health Initiatives Project (eHIP)Integrity - Service - Excellence 7
  • 8. Investing In Education, Training, & Research BALTIMORE CINCINNATI ST LOUIS Center for Sustainment of Trauma And Readiness Skills (C-STARS) Trauma & Surgical Skills (Baltimore) Advanced CCATT (Cincinnati) Trauma Skills (St. Louis)Keeping Medics Ready Through Joint & Civilian Partnerships Integrity - Service - Excellence
  • 9. The Focus is On the MHS Now Walter Reed National San Antonio Military Medical Center Military Medical Center (WRNMMC) Walter Reed National San AntonioMilitary Medical Center Military Medical Center (WRNMMC) Joint Healthcare San Antonio Military Health System SAMHS San Antonio Military Health System Ft Belvoir Community SAMHS Hospital (FBCH) Ft Belvoir Community Hospital (FBCH) AF Theater Hospital, Craig Joint Theater Wilford Hall TheaterAndrews Ambulatory JointJoint BaseHospital, AF Theater Base- Balad- Balad Andrews Ambulatory Craig Joint Hospital Center Hospital - - Bagram Ambulatory SurgeryBagram Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgery Center Care Ctr Care CenterSynergy Begins t e g r i t y -Common Visione &l Greater Integration I n Through S e r v i c e - E x c l e n c e
  • 10. 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 10
  • 11. Patient-Centered CareReady: Reassure patient that you “know them”Accessible: Be there when the patient needs youPrepared: Respect patient and their timePrecise: Clarify all treatment and follow-upOrganized: Don’t ask patient what you should know or haveavailable in their medical recordRespectful: Always answer phones/resolve patient concernsThorough: Tell patient what to do if they feel worsePatient-Centered Care Begins with Access to Earn Trust! Integrity - Service - Excellence 11
  • 12. SSG Shilo A. Harris“Everything in your life is agift. Sometimes, it’s not the gift you want, but yourealize that your challenges are a new beginning.” - SSG Shilo Harris Integrity - Service - Excellence 12
  • 13. “TRUSTED CARE ANYWHERE” Integrity - Service - Excellence