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Deployment Health Centers Review, 2016-2017

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8/21/2017

This report summarizes the findings and recommendations from its independent review of the Deployment Health Centers (DHCs).

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Strategy Drives Function and Form Pursuing a World Class System for Health

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9/30/2015

Final report of the Independent Review Panel on Military Medical Construction Standards

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Evaluation of the TRICARE Program Fiscal Year 2015 Report to Congress

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2/28/2015

The Evaluation of the TRICARE Program: Access, Cost, and Quality, Fiscal Year 2015 Report to Congress is provided by the TRICARE Management Activity (TMA)/Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO)—Defense Health Cost Assessment and Program Evaluation (DHCAPE), in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Health Affairs) (OASD/HA).This evaluation report presents results trended over at least the most recent three fiscal years, where programs are mature and data permit. MHS cost, quality, and access data are compared with corresponding comparable civilian benchmarks, such as comparing beneficiary-reported access and experience to results from the Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS) survey sponsored by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), comparing our quality measures to the national expectations and results of the Joint Commission, and comparing healthrisky behavior to Healthy People 2020 objectives.

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Form Follows Function: Pursuing a World-Class System for Health

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2013 MHS Innovation Report

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3/3/2014

2013 Military Health System Innovation Report. This report contains information about MHS innovations in clinical care, research and development, and healthcare management. It also provides an overview of the MHS Innovation Program and information on the future of MHS innovation.

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Evaluation of the TRICARE Program Fiscal Year 2014 Report to Congress

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2/25/2014

The Evaluation of the TRICARE Program: Access, Cost, and Quality, Fiscal Year 2014 Report to Congress is provided by the TRICARE Management Activity (TMA)/Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO)—Defense Health Cost Assessment and Program Evaluation (DHCAPE), in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Health Affairs) (OASD/HA).This evaluation report presents results trended over at least the most recent three fiscal years, where programs are mature and data permit. MHS cost, quality, and access data are compared with corresponding comparable civilian benchmarks, such as comparing beneficiary-reported access and experience to results from the Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS) survey sponsored by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), comparing our quality measures to the national expectations and results of the Joint Commission, and comparing healthrisky behavior to Healthy People 2020 objectives.

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Defense Health Board Follow Up Review of the Deployment Health Clinical Center

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8/29/2013

Report of Defense Health Board Follow Up Review of the Deployment Health Clinical Center

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Evaluation of the TRICARE Program Fiscal Year 2013 Report to Congress

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2/28/2013

The Evaluation of the TRICARE Program: Access, Cost, and Quality, Fiscal Year 2013 Report to Congress is provided by the TRICARE Management Activity (TMA)/Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO)—Defense Health Cost Assessment and Program Evaluation (DHCAPE), in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Health Affairs) (OASD/HA).This evaluation report presents results trended over at least the most recent three fiscal years, where programs are mature and data permit. MHS cost, quality, and access data are compared with corresponding comparable civilian benchmarks, such as comparing beneficiary-reported access and experience to results from the Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS) survey sponsored by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), comparing our quality measures to the national expectations and results of the Joint Commission, and comparing healthrisky behavior to Healthy People 2020 objectives.

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Defense Health Board Annual Review of Department of Defense Deployment Health Centers

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3/19/2012

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2/28/2012

Fiscal Year 2012 Report to Congress

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Evaluation of the TRICARE Program Fiscal Year 2011 Report to Congress

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2/28/2011

Section 717 of the FY 1996 NDAA (PL 104-106)

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Evaluation of the TRICARE Program Fiscal Year 2010 Report to Congress

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2/28/2010

The Evaluation of the TRICARE Program Fiscal Year 2010 Report to Congress is provided by: The TRICARE Management Activity (TMA), Health Program Analysis and Evaluation Directorate (TMA/ HPA&E), in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Health Affairs) (OASD/HA). This report presents data for each of our four mission elements or strategic objectives: (1) maintaining casualty care and humanitarian assistance, (2) creating and sustaining a healthy, fit, and protected force, (3) promoting healthy and resilient individuals, families, and communities, and (4) improving education, training, and research. As in prior annual reports, where feasible and appropriate, data are trended over the most recent three fiscal years (usually FYs 2007–2009, in this year’s report), where programs are sufficiently mature. Where available and appropriate, we also continue the approach used in past years of comparing TRICARE with civiliansector benchmarks, such as in our beneficiary surveys of access and satisfaction.

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Design Plans for Walter Reed and Fort Belvoir

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5/1/2009

Defense Health Board: Design Plans for Walter Reed and Fort Belvoir

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Rehabilitative Care and Administrative Processes at Walter Reed and National Naval Medical Center

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4/13/2007

Defense Health Board Report on Rehabilitative Care and Administrative Processes at Walter Reed and National Naval Medical Center

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Rehabilitative Care and Administrative Processes at Walter Reed and National Naval Medical Center

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4/1/2007

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