Presentation on theme: "AR Deployment Health Assessment Program Overview Presentation 1 Deployment Health Assessment Program IPR ARMY RESERVE DEPLOYMENT HEALTH ASSESSMENT PROGRAM."— Presentation transcript:
AR Deployment Health Assessment Program Overview Presentation 1 Deployment Health Assessment Program IPR ARMY RESERVE DEPLOYMENT HEALTH ASSESSMENT PROGRAM OVERVIEW PRESENTATION CPT Quana Wright – AR DHAP Program Manager
AR Deployment Health Assessment Program Overview Presentation Agenda 2 Introduction Org Structure Purpose & Mission Current Metrics Key Focus Areas FY12 Plan Contact Information
AR Deployment Health Assessment Program Overview Presentation Army DHAP Program Structure 3 COL Roman Bilynsky, OTSG ASA(M&RA) MAJ Christine Ludwig (G1) Sidney Evans III Courtney McCants (Sektor) Erik Noel Wendy Holland (Sektor) Conference Support: Judie Millado (As Needed) * Part Time Support ** Supports all DHAP Components DHA Oversight Army DHA Program Director LTC Lisa Brown, HRC Don Woolverton Joseph Pedone Brian Pinedo Aaron Raike Matt Hughes (Sektor) Larry Verbiest* Army DHA Program Executive Officer LTG Bromberg, Army G1 BG Price, Dir HRPD G1 Support Team AC (Army) PM AR (Army) PM IRR (Army) PM ARNG PM DAC PM Dave Cote Manzel Bush Amanda Wagner Chad Valentine (ASMR)** AC (Army) Support Team CPT Quana Wright, OCAR ARNG Support Team IRR (Army) Support Team AR (Army) Support Team MAJ Timothy Menzel, ARNG Ms. Denetris Winston, G1 Civ Per Ms. Luanne Hailes Mr. Nathan Dehnke DAC Support Team Tom Drasal (Sektor) Component Program Managers MIL: 4 DAC: 3 CTR: 15.35 COL Glaze, Dir HPRR Army HPRR Program Director Omar Torres Shanika Thomas (Sektor) G1 STRATCOM Team
AR Deployment Health Assessment Program Overview Presentation 4 Deployment Health Assessment Program IPR 63 rd RSC 9 th MSC 88 th RSC 81 st RSC 99 th RSC 1 st MSC COORDINATOR CONTACT INFORMATION IS REGULARLY UPDATED ON AKO (KEYWORD SEARCH: DHAP) OCAR/USARCOCAR/USARC Program Manager: CPT Quana Wright O:703-806-6687 C:571-447-0249 email@example.com Lead Training Officer: VACANT AR DHAP Task Lead: Mr. Erik Noel O:703-806-6690 C:571-218-5188 firstname.lastname@example.org AR DHAP Operations Officer: Ms. Wendy Holland O:910-570-8105 C:704-678-6656 email@example.com DHAP OIC: 1LT Nicholas Graham C: 910-920-6541 firstname.lastname@example.org DHAP Coordinators: MSG William Blagmond C: 571-388-8511 email@example.com MSG Teresa Shoals C: 703-408-3859 O: 703-806-6677 Resa.firstname.lastname@example.org 99 th R S C ARMY RESERVE DHAP CONTACTS DHAP OIC: CPT Jay Alcisto C:808-291-8084 O:808-438-1600x3372 email@example.com l DHAP Coordinator: SFC Juan Barrera C:910-489-6340 O:808-438-1600x3525 firstname.lastname@example.org 9 th M S C DHAP OIC: CPT Ronalda Rettinger O: 502-686-1900 C:404-313-2509 email@example.com DHAP Deputy OIC: 1LT Nikol Anderson C:404-323-4781 O:803-751-2989 firstname.lastname@example.org DHAP Coordinators: SFC Adalberto Bonilla (1 st MSC) C:404-308-3940 O:787-707-4975 email@example.com SSG Oshaonna Bryant C:404-323-4774 O:800-221-9401x2409 firstname.lastname@example.org 81 st R S C DHAP OIC: CPT Jay Alcisto C:808-291-8084 O:808-438-1600x3372 email@example.com DHAP Coordinators: 1LT Randal Anderson O: 650-526-9301 C: 650-793-8410 firstname.lastname@example.org SFC Terence Pippins C:562-343-3351 O:501-771-8958 email@example.com SSG Tanisha Williams C:562-413-4179 O:501-771-7901 firstname.lastname@example.org SSG Michael Hicks O:972-287-0371 C:562-343-3335 email@example.com 63 rd R S C DHAP OIC: CPT John Flood C:404-323-4938 O:330-486-6921 firstname.lastname@example.org DHAP Deputy OIC: 1LT Melissa Skrip O: 269-565-8820 email@example.com DHAP Coordinators: MSG Sara Meltzer C:910-489-6394 O:612-713-3254 firstname.lastname@example.org MSG Marsha Ruskin C:404-308-3892 O:847-266-4455 email@example.com SSG Keandra Hudson C:404-313-2449 O:903-334-1061 firstname.lastname@example.org 88 th R S C
AR Deployment Health Assessment Program Overview Presentation Purpose 5 Provide an overview on the AR DHA Program Provide information on FY13 plan for program execution Ensure an understanding on how the DHAP provides Soldiers with a comprehensive Deployment Cycle Support (DCS) physical and behavioral health screening pre and post deployment Provide an update on current referral tracking
AR Deployment Health Assessment Program Overview Presentation Mission 6 Ensure execution of all DHAs for deployed and re-deployed Soldiers o Pre-DHA (DD Form 2795) o Post-DHA (DD Form 2796) o Re-Assessment (DD Form 2900) Provide an opportunity to address health needs and concerns prior to deployment and post deployment via the DHA form process Facilitate access to care pre and post deployment Endstate: Protecting the health of those who serve!
AR Deployment Health Assessment Program Overview Presentation Why the Pre-DHA (DD Form 2795) 7 Provides Commanders and Soldiers with the opportunity to identify potential medical concerns prior to deployment Ensures issues are identified that may affect Soldier performance during deployment Provides a conduit to care for Soldiers if a referral is generated after completing the Pre-DHA (DD Form 2795) during the Pre-Deployment SRP Process or MOB Station health screening assessment
AR Deployment Health Assessment Program Overview Presentation Why the Post-DHA (DD Form 2796) 8 Provides Commanders and Soldiers with the opportunity to identify potential medical concerns after redeployment Ensures issues are identified that may affect Soldiers in their daily life as a result of deployment prior to departing from the DEMOB station Provides a conduit to care for Soldiers if a referral is generated after completing the Post-DHA (DD Form 2796) during DEMOB process
AR Deployment Health Assessment Program Overview Presentation Why the Post Deployment Health Re-Assessment (DD Form 2900) - PDHRA 9 Provides Commanders and Soldiers with the opportunity to identify potential medical concerns 90-180 days after redeployment from the DEMOB station Medical research indicated that health concerns, particularly those involving mental health, were more frequently identified several months following the return from a deployment Provides an opportunity for early identification and treatment of emerging behavioral health and other deployment-related health concerns. Provides a conduit to care for Soldiers if a referral is generated after completing the PDHRA (DD Form 2900) screening assessment during a unit on-site event, Yellow Ribbon Program Post Deployment Event 6, or scheduled call center scheduled event.
AR Deployment Health Assessment Program Overview Presentation Overview of DHAP Cycle 10
AR Deployment Health Assessment Program Overview Presentation Army Reserve DHAP (PDHRA DD Form 2900) Metrics 11 Data as of 12 September 2012 AR TOTAL REQUIRED PDHRA OVERALL AR COMPLETION (Goal is 100%) OVERALL AR COMPLIANCE (Goal is 85%) Total Aggregate68,76366,405 / 96.90%35,428 / 51.70% 2012 Total Aggregate 3,8783,906 / 93.54%PENDING 2011 Total Aggregate 15,09713,638 / 90.34%9,517 / 63.04% 2010 Total Aggregate 15,86515,352 / 96.77%8,641 / 54.47% Aggregate Completion and Compliance AR TOTAL UNSCREENED SOLDIERS 4,465 Soldiers Currently (0-89) Post Deployment Entering Window1,113 Soldiers Soldiers Currently (90-180) Post Deployment In the Window1,229 Soldiers Soldiers Currently (181+) Post Deployment Out of the Window2,123 Soldiers Total Unscreened Soldiers4,465 Soldiers Soldiers Screened Soldier Referrals Behavioral Health Referrals Physical Health Referrals CY1212,1665,767 (47.40%) 2,743 (22.55%) 5,550 (45.62%) Total Since Inception 108,31143,927 (40.56%) 14,954 (13.81%) 28,954 (26.73%) The above data represents mandated assessment requirements IAW DODI 6490.03 Deployment Health Assessment Program as of 10 MAR 2005. Minimum Compliance Standards are 85% for DoD and the Army. The above data represents assessments for Soldiers who deployed since 10 MAR 05. The goal is for screenings to be completed 90 – 180 days post deployment. The green portrays the Soldiers that accomplished the screening within the mandated time frame IAW DODI 6490.03. Referral Metrics The above PDHRA referral data represents assessments completed since 11 SEP 2001.
AR Deployment Health Assessment Program Overview Presentation Focus 12 The DHAP program success requires support from Commanders, Surgeon Staff, G1, Health Readiness Coordinators, SRP Leads, & Yellow Ribbon Program staff at all levels. Synergy and education among each staff section is critical to mission success. Unit on-site events and Yellow Ribbon Program are the preferred modality for completion of the PDHRA screenings versus the call- center scheduled events are due to limited visibility of results. Success is greater with assisting Soldiers in getting access to care after completing the PDHRA assessment at the Yellow Ribbon Program Event 6 or unit on-site events Continuing to develop a DHAP referral appointment scheduling and tracking system to ensure Soldiers are followed up with after completion of each DHA if further evaluation is required
AR Deployment Health Assessment Program Overview Presentation Contact Information 13 DHA Program Manager CPT Quana Wright Quana.Wright@usar.army.mil 703-806-6687 DHA Program Task Lead Mr. Erik Noel Erik.Noel@usar.army.mil 703-806-6690
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