Five Actions to Improve Military Hospital Performance

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The rising costs of healthcare in DoD have placed a spotlight on the importance of sound management of DoD’s Military Treatment Facilities (MTFs) in recent years.

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The federal government faces an estimated annual structural budget deficit of $500 billion –700 billion. Deficits of this magnitude represent a major threat to the economic health of the nation. A plan to reduce and eliminate this structural deficit is urgently needed.
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I propose implementing a series of new approaches to cut costs in a more meaningful way – ones that will improve the overall value provided by departments to citizens, state and local governments, businesses, etc.
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The House passed a bill in June to revamp the 1993 Government Performance and Results Act. In late September, the Senate took steps to update it as well. Since these bills support the Administration’s efforts, there is a good likelihood that a GPRA refresh will pass.
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Government organizations at all levels of government are being asked not only to do more with less, but to adjust their missions to today's demands and expectations. How is that possible?
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Is the federal government's budget for 2011 creating Mission Impossible for federal agencies?
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Gene Dodaro to be nominated as the next Comptroller General
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The September 2010 issue of Harvard Business Review has an insightful piece, “The Judgment Deficit,” by Amar Bhide. It explores the role of statistical models in the centralization of decision making and how this played a role in the recent downfall of the financial sector. But his article also has insights for the public sector as well.
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Senator Mark Warner (D-VA) has voiced support for legislation that could transform the way government works by requiring agencies to set priority goals and achieve real-world results. Sen. Warner now chairs the Senate Budget Committee's Taskforce on Goverment Performance.
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