Elevate Care For Military & Civilian Patients
Federal | Healthcare Solutions
Leverage clinical, operational and financial systems to improve your patient experience.
As more technology is integrated into traditionally IT-lite environments, providers are faced with complex challenges, including low adoption rates and tolerance for change.
We help providers streamline processes to elevate quality of care, providing value to patients, providers and public health officials alike.
Our experts have a deep understanding of how clinical data is built, shared, managed and stored. Working across patient domains and disciplines, we provide services that focus on:
Providing support to the Joint Operational Medicine Information System, a next-generation Theater Medical system:
From acquisition through end-of-life decommissioning, we provide support throughout the lifecycle of medical devices:
Our technicians support the large number of secure and connected TeleHealth systems:
To secure medical devices, our experts obtain and maintain cyber compliance and perform software and intrusion detection testing. We serve as trusted advisors for:
We provide strategic and tactical advisory services based on:
We provide highly qualified and experienced personnel within the entire spectrum of the healthcare staffing system.
In preparation for data migration and conversion, we develop an adaptive data schema for patient data as it is transitioned to a platformed environment that manages data liquidity and enables metadata reporting.
ProSource360 oversaw a complete rewrite of the pharmacy section of Air Force Instruction 44-102, Medical Care Management, including improved guidance for controlled substance inventory, medication for deployers, emergency contraception, and purchase of national contract / best-priced pharmaceuticals. Over $30M in documented annual savings to the DoD and corrected USAF Audit Agency repeat findings from past audits.
ProSource360 provided guidance to Military Treatment Facility (MTF) pharmacies on pharmacy shared-service initiatives, including brand-to-generic conversions, contract compliance, formulary, retail to MTF/mail, and drug take back. As a result, the Department of Defense FY16 savings exceeded target by over $180M, and $200M above target for FY17 (USAF share roughly 33%, or over $60M).