Military Health Summit

Military Health Summit

Military Health Summit
Military Health Summit
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Virtual Event

The Military Health System cares for over 9.6 million beneficiaries, saving lives on the frontlines of battle, ensuring the health of warfighter families, and fighting infectious disease around the world. As the MHS needs to remain agile and advanced in its delivery of care, this event will highlight how defense health officials are thinking about advanced technology, data applications and leadership to stay on top of the evolving landscape of both medicine and the battlefield.

Date
April 15, 2021
Time
11:00 am
Where
Virtual event
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Sponsors

 
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Agenda

 
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Welcome Remarks

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The Year Ahead for Military Health for Warfighter Readiness

As military treatment facilities continue their EHR modernization, consolidation into DHA, and treatment delivery, this keynote will examine the sweeping priorities and future look ahead at what’s in store for the Military Health System from top leadership.

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Notes from the Surgeons General

The military services’ surgeons general lead their respective branches’ medical system, leading teams that deliver integrated health care and readiness systems that serve millions of beneficiaries. Listen to each of the services’ surgeons general to listen to their organizations’ priorities, how they’re coordinating care with military treatment facility consolidation, and what technologies they’re looking to deploy to advance care.

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Data and Emerging Technologies for Clinical Care Support

Emerging technologies like EHRs and data-driven decision-making have become core components of health care delivery. This panel will discuss how IT and medical service delivery are becoming increasingly integrated and what this means for warfighter readiness and clinical care advancements now and for veterans in the future.

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Connected Health and IoT

Connected health solutions, wearables, and telehealth were already on the rise in previous years, but COVID-19 brought new demand for remote health capabilities, care, and monitoring for patients and providers. Learn from leaders in the defense health space how they have been and continue to bring new mobile and connected health capabilities to the military health system.

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Closing Remarks