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EP-129 - Measuring Army Telemedicine to Meet NDAA 2017

Monday, April 30
4:05 PM - 4:20 PM
Location: Education Zone, Booth 2416, Screen 2

Army Medicine has been using Telehealth to provide right care to soldiers at the right time across the world. NDAA 2017 outlined requirements to advance and integrate Telehealth across the Department of Defense. This presentation is goal is to provide overview of recent efforts to improve Army Telehealth advancement and accountability through the development of enterprise metric structure. This presentation will discuss the development of Virtual Medical Center and the allocation of 47 new VH carts across the enterprise and discuss how the National Quality Forum's "Creating a Framework to Support Measure Development for Telehealth", Department of Health and Human Services was utilized.

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Katherine E. Igyarto

Senior Decision Science Analyst, Lead Analyst Army Virtual Health
US Army Medical Command

Ms. Katherine Igyarto is the Lead Decision Science Analyst for Army Virtual Health at Headquarters US Army Medical Command (MEDCOM HQ). In this capacity, Ms. Igyarto supports the Chief of Army Virtual Health in the data analysis and reporting of telehealth programs and initiatives across 18 time zones, over 30 countries / territories, and over 30 clinical specialties. She came into Government Service as a Resource Management Intern in 2010. After graduating the program in 2012, she received a full-time position in the Program Analysis and Evaluation division, and shortly after, in 2013, began supporting Army Virtual Health. Ms. Igyarto has earned 2 Achievement Awards for Civilian Service for her contributions to Program Analysis and Evaluation Division. Prior to coming to MEDCOM, Ms. Igyarto was the Assistant Manager for Administration for the 2010 Census in Colorado Springs, CO. She is a graduate of University of Colorado, earning a degree in Human Biology. She earned her masters’ degrees in Business Administration (2008) and Accountancy (2009).

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Jennifer Holloman

Deputy Chief, Army Virtual Health
US Army

Ms. Jennifer Holloman is the Deputy Chief of Army Virtual Health at The Army Office of The Surgeon General (OTSG). In this capacity, Ms. Holloman supports the implementation of telehealth programs and initiatives across 18 time zones, over 30 countries / territories, and over 30 clinical specialties. Prior to assuming the role of Deputy Chief of Army Virtual Health, she served as the Deputy Chief of Business Operations for the Behavioral Health Service Line where she was responsible for developing service line metrics and analyzing Behavioral Health related data specifically regarding disease outcomes, clinical workload, and program efficiencies. She is a magna cum laude graduate of Virginia Tech, earning degrees in Business Management and Marketing and also received her masters’ degrees in Business Administration and Health Administration from Baylor University through the Army-Baylor program.

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