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9 Oct 01 Draft. The Army Physician Assistant--From the Line, For the Line. Ensure Soldier Readiness and Force Sustainment. High Quality, Accessible, Cost-Effective Health Care C-1. Trained Physician Assistants in Support of our Deployable Forces C-2.

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9 Oct 01

Draft

The Army Physician Assistant--From the Line, For the Line

Ensure Soldier Readiness and Force Sustainment

High Quality, Accessible, Cost-Effective Health Care

C-1

Trained Physician Assistants in Support of our Deployable Forces

C-2

Physician Assistants as AMEDD Leaders

C-3

Organizational Medical Equipment Readiness

C-4

Mission Customer / Stakeholder

Focus on the Soldier

Ensure Soldier Medical Readiness

C-1/IP- 3

Promote Health and Wellness

C-1/IP-9

Improve Access

C-1/IP-4

Ensure High Quality Care

C-1/IP-5

Expand Readiness Training Opportunities

C-2/IP-1

Improve Leader Training

C-3/IP- 10

Internal/ Process

Improve Efficiency of Services

C-1/IP-6

Expedite the Return of Soldiers to Duty

C-1/IP-7

Expedite the Disposition of the Unfit Soldier

C-1/IP-8

Support the 91W Transition

C-2/IP-2

Improve Marketing of the Army PA

C-3/IP-11

Enable Combat Medical Readiness

Recruit and Retain Quality Army PAs

C-3/L-1

Promote Leader Development

C-3/L- 2

Train Army PAs

C-2/L-3

Leverage Information and Medical Technologies

C-4/L-4

Learning & Growth

Fiscal Responsibility

Predict and Secure Required Resources F-1

Financial


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Ensure Soldier Readiness and Force Sustainment

Strategic Theme:

Objective Statement

Measures

Target FY 02

High Quality, Accessible, Cost-Effective Healthcare C-1

C-1a TBD

C-1b 10%

C-1 Provide High Quality, Accessible, Cost-Effective Healthcare to Soldiers, their family members, and other beneficiaries.

C-2 Enhance training opportunities and provide central funding for required sustainment of Physician Assistants. Ensure Organic Medical assets are equipped

C-1a Percent increase in TOE authorizations

C-1b. Percent increase in TDA authorizations.

Mission/ Customer

C-2a Percent of PAs attending the ER Basic Skills course.

C-2b Percent of PAs attending the PPSCP training.

C-2a TBD

C-2b TBD

Trained Physician Assistants in Support of our Deployable Forces C-2

C-3a Percent of 65D fill of AMEDD Immaterial command and senior staff positions.

C-3b Percent of grade authorization (in Leadership positions) educational mismatches

C-3a TBD

C-3b TBD

Physician Assistants as AMEDD Leaders

C-3

C-3 Produce Physician Assistants who are competitive as commanders and senior staff officers. Provide command and senior staff opportunities for PAs.

Internal

C-4 Ensure fielding of complete (consumable & non-expendable) Sets, Kits, and Outfits; vehicles; equipment; and supplies that are tailorable to any contingency. Ensure mission specific push packages are delivered to meet any contingency.

C-4a Percent of MESs that are fully mission capable.

C-4b Number of push package requirements submitted for development.

C-4a 100%

C-4b TBD

Improve Organizational Medical Equipment Readiness

C-4


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Focus on the Soldier

Strategic Theme:

Objective Statement

Measures

Target FY 02

IP-1 Expand training opportunities for Physician Assistants by ensuring mandatory training in support of the life cycle model and assignment specific medical proficiency training.

Expand Readiness Training Opportunities

C-2/IP-1

IP-1a Percent of eligible attendees for required PA life-cycle courses

IP-1b Percent of attendees centrally funded.

IP-1a TBD

IP-1b TBD

IP-2a 100%

IP-2b TBD

IP-2a Percent of 91W PA instructor authorizations filled (mil/civ).

IP-2b Percent of eligible medics 91W certified.

IP-2a Percent of 91W PA instructor authorizations filled.

IP-2b Percent of eligible medics 91W Certified.

Support 91W Transition

C-2/IP-2

IP-3a 100%

IP-3b TBD

Ensure Soldier Medical Readiness

C-1/IP-3

IP-3 Ensure the medical readiness standards are enforced down to the individual soldier level.

IP-3a Percent of soldiers medically screened for deployment.

IP-3b Percent of soldiers medically ready for deployment.

Internal

IP-4a TBD

IP-4b 7 days

Improve Access

C-1IP-4

IP-4a Soldier wait time to see provider on sick call

IP-4b Wait time in days for AD orthopedic referral appointments

IP-4 Improve Soldier Access to Soldier Healthcare.

IP-5 Leverage the AMEDD to provide “Standard of Care” services and facilities that satisfy the soldier and commander.

Ensure High Quality Care

C-1/IP-5

IP-5a AD patient satisfaction

IP-5b Commander satisfaction

IP-5a TBD

IP-5b TBD

IP-6 Employ best business and clinical practices to improve efficiency of soldier care in garrison

IP-6a % of Utilizing CPG’s

IP-6b PA satisfaction with efficiency of services

IP-6a TBD

IP-6b TBD

Improve Efficiency of Services

C-1/IP-6


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Ensure Soldier Readiness and Force Sustainment

Strategic Theme:

Objective Statement

Measures

Target FY 02

IP-7a % of Soldiers with profiles > 30 days

IP-7b Percent of sick call visits that are non-acute

Expedite the return of Soldiers to Duty

C-1/IP-7

IP-7 Shorten the cycle time to return soldiers to duty through re-engineering initiatives to improve primary care and specialty referrals.

IP-7a TBD

IP-7b TBD

IP-8a Percent MEBs processed in less than 90 days from physician initiation to mailing

IP-8b Percent of PEBs completed and final disposition of soldier by 130 days

Expedite the Disposition of the Unfit Soldier

C-1/IP-8

IP-8a TBD

IP-8b TBD

IP-8 Enforce the system that quickly identifies unfit soldiers and makes dispositions efficiently, effectively and compassionately.

IP-9a Percent of PA’s who provide wellness checks during routine care

IP-9b Percent of AD tobacco users enrolled in tobacco cessation program

Internal

Promote Health and Wellness

C-1/IP-9

IP-9 Provide disease management, health promotion and preventive services to our patient population.

IP-9a 100%

IP-9b TBD

IP-10a Percent of eligible PAs attending OAC

IP-10b Percent of eligible PAs attending C&GSC

IP-10 Improve leadership curricula to include PA specific criteria along command, clinical, administrative or academic tracks.

IP-10a 100%

IP-10b TBD

Improve Leader Training

C-3/IP-10

Improve Marketing of the Army PA

C-3/IP-11

IP-11a Percent of AD population whose primary care is provided by an Army PA

IP-11b Percent of MTF patient visits seen by an Army PA

IP-11 Improve the visibility of Army Physician Assistants and promote the Physician Assistant / physician team relationship.

IP-11a TBD

IP-11b TBD


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Strategic Theme:

Objective Statement

Measures

Target FY 02

Enable Combat Medical Readiness

L-1 Recruit Army PAs by actively targeting tactically proficient SOLDIERS and junior leaders within our units and support these soldiers in pursuit of the PA profession. Retain qualified PAs by providing educational opportunities, multiple career tracks, career progression, challenging and varied assignments, promotion opportunities and job satisfaction.

Recruit and Retain Quality Army Physician Assistants

C-3/L-1

L-1a Percent of PAs remaining beyond ADSO

L-1b Percent of applicants for PA school who are fully qualified

L-1c Percent of PAs remaining beyond 20yrs AFS.

L-1a TBD

L-1b TBD

L-1c TBD

L-2 Promote leader development by implementing a life cycle model that accurately describes leadership progression and facilitates individual advancement.

L-2a Percent of PAs completing CEL requirements IAW life cycle model annually

L-2b Percent of PAs identifying primary care, specialty or administrative/command career track by end of ADSO

Promote Leader Development

C-3/L-2

L-2a TBD

L-2b TBD

Learning and Growth

L-3 Evaluate and refine all PA professional training to ensure the training provides the knowledge and skills required to meet professional standards as well as provides the skills required to function in a deployed field environment.

L-3a Percent graduating from IPAP

L-3b Percent of AD Army IPAP graduates achieving NCCPA certification on initial attempt

L-3a TBD

L-3b 100%

Train Army Physician Assistants

C-2/L-3

L-4a Number of Battalion Aid Stations equipped with CHCS

L-4b Number of Battalion Aid Stations equipped with internet access.

Leverage Information and Medical Technologies

C-4/L-4

L-4 Maximize the use of existing medical informatics and develop additional web-based resources to meet the needs of Physician Assistants.

L-4a 100%

L-4b 100%


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Strategic Theme:

Objective Statement

Measures

Target FY 02

Fiscal Responsibility

F-1 Predict, program, and secure Army O&M and DHP funding and additional manpower to meet PA mission requirements.

F-1a Percent of SP budget expended on Army PAs.

F-1b Budgeted end-strength

F-1a TBD

F-1b TBD

Predict and Secure Required Resources

F-1

Financial