Shear wrote, “Mr. Trump met on Wednesday afternoon with John H. Noseworthy, the president of the Mayo Clinic; Paul Rothman, the chief executive of Johns Hopkins Medicine; David Torchiana, the chief executive of Partners HealthCare; Delos Cosgrove, the chief executive of the Cleveland Clinic; and several others. The transition official said Mr. Trump was considering asking members of that group to form an advisory committee to help him reshape the V.A.”
WCH has an accredited veteran-focused eLearning program in which expands a healthcare practitioner’s Veteran care. The WCH Hospital Recognition Program directly responds to Veteran Population Health goals and objectives. Together, both programs increase patient satisfaction ratings by improving care effectiveness, increasing operational efficiency, adopting data driven decision support and continuous improvement techniques, and deploying community outreach programs.
Veterans and their families – 74M strong – walk amongst us unnoticed. They are our neighbors living and working in every community and yet struggle for proper healthcare. Because of their unique needs, they often get undiagnosed, under-diagnosed and misdiagnosed in local hospitals which are unaware, untrained, and unable to properly and efficiently care for our Veterans. Veterans and family members represent about 25 percent of the U.S. population and signify an ongoing urgent need for healthcare providers and allied health team members to understand the specific challenges presented by those who have fought and sacrificed in our nation’s conflicts.
- American Medical Association (AMA)
- American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP)
- American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC)
- American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA)
- Accreditation Council for Pharmacy (ACPE)
- Advancing Knowledge in Healthcare (AKH, Inc)
“We are proud to provide the critical knowledge, training, and tools needed to operationalize the commitment made by hospitals, systems, employer clinics, and medical schools to educate current and future medical professionals on the challenges and special needs of our military, veterans and their families,” said Steptoe, also a U.S. Army veteran.
During a public appearance in 2015, Mr. Cosgrove, Cleveland Clinic, said that only private industry can solve runaway health care costs. He said that had to start with employers investing in the health of their workers. He also said, “We are not going to begin to control the cost of health care until we deal with things that cause chronic disease. The government is not going to do it.”
Warrior Centric Health (WCH) agrees and knows the answer to Veteran Population Health is to start with clinical staff in hospitals and practices investing in knowledge. WCH’s motto is “You Must Know Me To Treat Me” and that is the true bottom line in Veteran Health in the commercial sector.
Warrior Centric Health, LLC—named by Forbes as one of the Top 25 Veteran-Founded Start-ups in America—is the first accredited eLearning program to address the socio-cultural determinants of health in veterans and their families. Its design equips commercial and non-profit hospitals, medical personnel and staff with the skills necessary for the standard and consistent application of culturally competent methodologies when treating veterans and their families. WCH provides quality education, data science, credentialing, community outreach and market relationship support to improve long-term health outcomes for vulnerable populations.