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Electronic Health Records: DOD Has Deployed New System but Challenges Remain

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Department of Defense The Secretary of Defense should direct the Defense Health Agency Health Informatics organization in conjunction with the Program Executive Officer of Defense Healthcare Management Systems to establish MHS GENESIS user satisfaction targets (i.e., goals) and ensure that the system demonstrates improvement toward meeting those targets. (Recommendation 2)
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Department of Defense The Secretary of Defense should direct the Program Executive Officer of Defense Healthcare Management Systems to develop and implement a plan to provide an alternative to the MHS GENESIS dental module. (Recommendation 3)
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Department of Defense The Secretary of Defense should direct the Federal EHR Modernization Office to identify and address specific barriers to maximizing integration at the FHCC, consistent with the FHCC executive agreement. (Recommendation 1)
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Counternarcotics: DOD Should Improve Coordination and Assessment of Its Activities

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Department of Defense The Secretary of Defense should ensure that the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Counternarcotics and Stabilization Policy updates standard operating procedures for the C2IE data system to specify the quality control measures that should be reviewed and to assign responsibility for verifying that the information is accurate and consistent across combatant commands. (Recommendation 1)
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Department of Defense The Secretary of Defense should ensure that the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Counternarcotics and Stabilization Policy develops a plan to assess DOD-wide progress toward its CN/CTOC strategic objectives. (Recommendation 4)
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Department of Defense The Secretary of Defense should ensure that the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Counternarcotics and Stabilization Policy works with INDOPACOM, SOUTHCOM, and NORTHCOM to develop up-to-date agreements that clarify and define their and their task forces' respective roles and responsibilities in the overlapping operation area. (Recommendation 2)
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Counternarcotics: DOD Should Improve Coordination and Assessment of Its Activities

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Department of Defense The Secretary of Defense should ensure that the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Counternarcotics and Stabilization Policy identifies measurable outcomes for each of DOD's CN/CTOC strategic objectives that can be used to assess progress toward the objective. (Recommendation 3)
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Military Readiness: Comprehensive Approach Needed to Address Service Member Fatigue and Manage Related Efforts

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Department of Defense The Secretary of Defense should ensure the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness conducts an assessment of DOD's oversight structure for fatigue-related efforts. This assessment should identify and delegate authority to an office with sufficient authority, sufficient staffing and resources, and committed leadership to act as a focal point for and oversee all DOD-wide fatigue-related efforts. (Recommendation 1)
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We will update the status of this recommendation when DOD provides its 180-day letter (expected in fall 2024).
Department of Defense The Secretary of Defense should ensure the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness (1) establishes well-defined time frames for conducting follow-on actions, coordinating with all stakeholders, and identifying key officials responsible for implementing the recommendations of the 2021 DOD study on sleep deprivation and readiness; or (2) documents the reasons that implementing the study's recommendations is not appropriate. (Recommendation 9)
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Department of Defense The Secretary of Defense should ensure the office identified above to oversee DOD-wide fatigue-related efforts creates and maintains a comprehensive list of all fatigue-related research projects. (Recommendation 6)
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We will update the status of this recommendation when DOD provides its 180-day letter (expected in fall 2024).