Looking to do business with the government’s Military Health Systems and the VA’s Veterans Health Administration?
The Department of Defense (DoD) and Veterans Affairs are the two largest purchasers of medical equipment, pharmaceuticals, and healthcare services in the federal marketplace. The two organizations are different and not part of the same government cabinet department.
The Department of Defense’s (DoD) Military Health System (MHS) is a global, comprehensive, integrated system (includes both the direct care system and private sector care) comprising Army, Navy, and Air Force military, civilian and contracted medical professionals who work cohesively to ensure those in uniform are medically ready to deploy anywhere around the globe on a moment’s notice.
With over nearly $60 billion in the total budget, the MHS serves 9.6 million beneficiaries through its TRICARE program. The Defense Health Agency (DHA) oversees the execution of the $47 billion budgetary resources to support the delivery of integrated, high-quality health services.
The Veterans Health Administration (VHA) is America’s largest integrated health care system, providing care at 1,321 health care facilities, including 172 medical centers and 1,138 outpatient sites of care of varying complexity (VHA outpatient clinics), serving 9 million enrolled Veterans each year.
There are an estimated 19 million Veterans living in the United States (U.S.), its territories, and other locations. VA employs nearly 400,000 full time health care professionals and support staff.
AMI’s Military Health System Report’s DoD/VA Overview provides comprehensive business intelligence on both organizations and the procurement departments and key executives to help sell successfully to the largest purchasers in the federal market.
The report is available for $249 for a single-user license. Department and Corporate Licenses are available, please click here.
Table of Contents
Military Health System (MHS) – pgs. 6-10
- Major Programs
- FY2024 MHS Budget Request
Defense Health Agency (DHA) – pgs. 11-38
- MHS Programs and Departments
- TRICARE Health Plan
- Recent Activities
Veterans Health Administration
- Background – pgs. 39-59
- Facilities and VISNs (Networks)
- Programs and Services – pgs. 60-75
- Patient Care Services
- Pharmacy Benefit Management Services
- VHA Procurement and Logistics – pgs. 76-82
- 2023 Budget Request – pgs. 83-86
- Recent Activities – pgs. 87-88
VA/DOD Health Affairs – pgs. 89-96
- Programs and Services
- Military Health System Funding, FY2019-FY2024 Request – pg. 8
- Evaluation of the TRICARE Program – pg. 29
- TICARE Patients by Beneficiary – pg. 30
- Patients by TRICARE Plan -pg. 30
- About VHA -pg. 41
- VHA Sources of Health Care Coverage – pg. 75
- VA Funding History – pg. 84
- Veterans Health Administration Medical Care – pg. 85
- Veterans Health Administration Full Time Employees – pg. 85
- VHA Patients, Enrollees, Treatments and Visits – pg. 85
- VHA Medical Care Facilities – pg. 86
- Veteran Medical Care: Key Focus Areas – pg. 86