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Military Healthcare 2018 will provide a forum to discuss and examine the complexity of the issues above, share solutions and strategies for the way ahead and a setting for mutual learning and collaboration with International peers – ...
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In this snapshot, you will find a list of past attendees of the Military Healthcare Summit. We anticipate these titles, organizations and agencies to be in attendance for this year's event.
What's Changing Under the NDAA?
A key challenge in implementing the NDAA reform is doing so without obstructing the military's ability to maintain a "ready medical force and medically ready force." To maintain the military's ability, the DHA is utilizing recent technological advancements lifesaving innovations in an effort to modernize medical forces and facilities. In...
A Glance at the 10 Largest DHA Contracting Opportunities
The 2017 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) called for the major transformation of military healthcare and has consolidated primary responsibilities from the military departments to the Defense Health Agency (DHA). DHA is now aiming to modernize the medical forces and facilities by utilizing technological advancements and lifesaving innovation. This infographic...
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What's New For 2018?
This year's event will see close cooperation and guidance from the DHA and will focus on the current challenge the Military Health system is facing as a whole. Our engagement team will tackle core issues, challenges and trends in operational readiness, combat casualty care and technological innovati ...
HOSPEX Tabletop: A Field Hospital Simulation
Colonel David J Vassallo will lead the HOSPEX Tabletop exercise, representing the layout of a tented Medical Treatment Facility or Field Hospital. Learn and practice the principles of command and control, safety, communication, assessment, triage, treatment and transport (CSCATTT) to enhance ...
Trump and Tricare: How will the new administration affect military healthcare?
With new administration comes the possibility for change in policy and regulation. As the inauguration of Donald Trump to the Presidency of the United States gets closer, many DoD members and their families are wondering what the soon to be Commander in Chief has planned for the The Military Heal ...
Military Healthcare System: New Case Study
This exclusive case study includes information regarding JPC-1 HITI research, FDA's organizational structure, and methods to potentially improve inter-professional communication throughout military healthcare. This valuable information, coupled with the unique insight contributed by organizations li ...
Insights into Telehealth & Transplant Advancements
In this exclusive article from IQPC's 2016 VA Healthcare event, experts from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs share with us how they are addressing the advancements in Telehealth & Transplant technology as well as challenges, solutions and the road ahead for veterans affairs.
The Way Ahead: Feedback from the Military Healthcare Community on the Administrative Transition
Following our article discussing the future of the Military Healthcare System under the new administration, we polled our MHS community of over 30,000 people for their thoughts on the matter. Find out the results of the survey now!
Defense Medical Modeling and Simulation
In this presentation, Captain Arthur Anthony, Chief, Integration and Modernization, Education and Training for the Defense Health Agency, outlines the priorities and vision for medical modeling and simulation as a part of training and education. He additionally discusses the long term definition ...
Behavioral Health Related Apps and Technology for Diagnosis and Treatment
In this past speaker presentation, David Cooper, the Mobile Apps Lead for the National Center for Telehealth & Technology, talks about enhancing behavioral understanding and treatment, telehealth applications for PTSD, and mobile based anxiety and depression treatments.
Maximizing Rehabilitation and Recovery for TBI Patients both Military and Civilian
In this presentation, Heechin Chae, M.D., the Director of TBI-NICOE, Fort Belvoir discusses how to maximize rehabilitation and recovery for TBI patients. Dr. Chae additionally shares the latest advancements in psychological health treatment/research/education, individualizing treatment plans for ...
Standardizing Education and Training Practices to Promote Skills Maintenance and Quality Care
In this presentation, Brigadier General James Dienst, Director of Education and Training for the Defense Health Agency, gives insight into joint training programs and facilities, standardization of techniques and procedures, and how to eliminate redundancies to facilitate cost reductions.
Employing New Tools to Provide Better Care and Patient Health
In this presentation, Mark Goodge, Chief Technology Officer of the Defense Health Agency, shares his perspective on integrating health IT innovation, the advanced technology development efforts of the MHS, and the MHS Quadruple Aim.
Military Healthcare Past Presentations
In preparation for Military Healthcare 2018, we wanted to exclusively share these past presentations with you. Below you will find expert content on how the U.S. can create a "Ready Medical Force and Medically Ready Force"
Bringing Quality Care to Our Veterans: The VA's Top 5 Priorities for 2018
VA Secretary David J. Shulkin summarized his plans to use the 2018 budget request towards improving veteran services. The 2018 budget request for discretionary funding totals $82.1 billion (including medical care collections), of which $66.4 billion was previously provided as the VA Medical Care ...