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Clinical Operations

   Our mission is to help Medical Treatment Facilities provide timely access to quality healthcare.  A big role of HQ is to help subordinate unites accomplish their missions.

                                                                               ACofS Clinical Operation

Clinical Operation SGM POC: DSN 421-2436

SGM is the advisor to the ACofS for Clinical Operations on all enlisted issues.  The point of contact for the Region's Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Training Program and the 68W AC/RC transition program.  Additionally, the SGM has a mandate from the CSM to have oversight of all enlisted Soldiers.  For "Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program (SAPRP)" healthcare first responder training.

Sr. Case Manager POC: DSN 421-2611

The Senior Case Manager works with the Warrior Transition Unit (WTU) case managers to insure timely, compassionate care for and dispositions of our warriors in transition.

Managed Care POC: DSN 421-2060

Director of Managed Care runs the Managed Care shop and is the acting Assistant Chief of Staff.  Our Senior Analyst heads a team of highly skilled analysts.  They are here specifically to help you with your business operations.  The managed care team should be your first point of contact for anything regarding Business Plans, workload, data quality, alternative source funding (venture capital, etc), and TRICARE issues.  Other contract Info: Data Quality Analyst: 210 295-2360,   TRICARE Data Analyst: 210 295-2380, Alternative Funding data Analyst: 210 295-6004.

Warfighter Refractive Surgery Program

The US Army Warfighter Refractive Eye Surgery Program (WRESP) is a mission readiness program open to all active duty Army personnel. Since centers and surgeons are limited the WRESP sets criteria for who can receive laser surgery. National Guard and Reserve components usually do not remain on active duty status long enough to meet requirements for surgery at this time.  More.....

Clinical Informatics POC: DSN 421-2383  Help Desk DSN 421-2314

The mission of Clinical Informatics is to bridge the gap between Information Technology and Clinical Practice.   More...