Readiness Redefined

Precision Health Insight Tool (Phit)


Redefining readiness through health insights.

When it comes to general health, Individual Medical Readiness (IMR) is just the tip of the iceberg. At Accenture we feel that what is not seen under the iceberg is equally, if not more, important than what is seen at the surface to truly move the needle in healthy outcomes. Imagine the depths of insights that are gained, time that is saved reporting, and impact on health that could be made proactively, if all the information needed from disparate medical systems were integrated into one easy to use tool.

What if that tool was integrated with your smartwatch, phone, Fitbit, or other device that most of us have on us at any given time to provide a truly “frictionless” experience and helps drive compliance and healthy habits?

That time and those insights could be used to inform and improve decision-making. It could clarify the cost of readiness. It could change medical readiness as you know it.

By combining the elements of sleep, activity and nutrition to IMR, along with behavioral health, pharmaceuticals, Knowledge Skills and Abilities (KSAs), and the current operating environment, we are able to define a more holistic view of Service Members’ true health and readiness – this is Accenture’s Precision Health Insight Tool (PHIT).


Empower individual Service Members to own their health

Empower individual Service Members to own their health

Leveraging wearables & internet of health things to empower

Provide actionable insights to improve health readiness trajectories

Provide actionable insights to improve health readiness trajectories

Continuously incorporate research and population health data to highlight actions which can be taken to influence future outcomes

Retrospective analysis available in multiple views and cross-sections of data

Retrospective analysis available in multiple views and cross-sections of data

View data at the Service Member, Unit, Task Force, Installation, and Service level

Ability to quickly assess the readiness of the medical forces by integrating KSAs, credentialing, and MOS (Military Occupational Specialty) specific deployment training

Ability to quickly assess the readiness of the medical forces by integrating KSAs, credentialing, and MOS (Military Occupational Specialty) specific deployment training

Holistic view of essential medical skills, clinical qualifications, credentialing, and medical MOS

Reduce Management Burden

Reduce Management Burden

Integrating multiple systems means less burden on Commanders to compile regular reports and respond to management requests for information


Service Members at all levels are empowered to engage and take responsibility for readiness and health.

See how PHIT transforms medical readiness.

“Right now, only 25% of American youth ages 18-24 are eligible to serve in the military, due in large part to medical issues. And of those who are actively serving, a quarter are not deployable at any given time for the same reason. So what does this mean for readiness? The answer lies in realizing the full potential of these technologies to support and enhance health and wellness.”

Jim Traficant, managing director of Accenture Federal Services, has over 25 years experience in Defense, Intelligence, IT and Healthcare supporting federal, commercial and international clients.

Read Jim’s viewpoints on applying the new, now in federal, and a detailed Q&A describing the biggest challenges facing federal healthcare.

Accenture’s Federal Health practice is strengthening health readiness. Read more about our insight-driven solutions, and how we’re delivering bold outcomes in healthcare through seamless connectivity, stronger community and unprecedented interoperability.


Jeff Plummer is a senior healthcare executive, with over 30 years of experience across the Military Health System, and has been recognized for strategic planning, development of high performing teams, financial stewardship and innovative problem solving throughout his career. With proven ability to build strong relationships and a disciplined approach to execution, Jeff delivers exceptional performance in complex environments. He is a sought-after coach and mentor for organizational strategy, change management, and leader development and has deep experience in hospital operations, medical group management, building and transitioning new health care facilities, optimization of technology, health plan engagement, government relations, and crafting/executing strategy in large-scale, multi-site health systems.

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Bill Moran retired after 27 years of active duty service as an Army Nurse Corps Officer. As a Soldier/MEDIC, he served in a multitude of strategic and operational leadership roles within Army Medicine to include: MHS Governance Army Liaison and Transformation Director, Task Force Lead for the Officer Leader Development Implementation Review, Falls Church, VA; Commander, Raymond W. Bliss Army Health Center and Director of Health Services, Fort Huachuca, AZ; Deputy Commander for Army Health Clinics, Landstuhl Germany; and Patient Safety Officer, 62nd Medical Brigade, Afghanistan. Bill received his Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Niagara University, NY, a Master's Degree in Healthcare Administration from Baylor University, TX and a Master's Degree in Strategic Studies, U.S. Army War College, Carlisle, PA. Bill is also Board Certified in Healthcare Administration and a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives.

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Donnalee Sykes is a registered nurse an Air Force veteran of 30 years and has served at the Major Command and Medical Group levels in both leadership and clinical capacities. Donnalee served as the Director, Air Force Nursing Service and Chief, Officer Force Development in the Office of the Air Force Surgeon General and established Nurse Corps training requirements and executed force development for 3,900 Nurse Corps officers. She also supported the Air Force Space Command's Deputy Surgeon General, where she helped ensure medical readiness and home station medical response for 8 Air Force Wings, 7 bases and 39 geographically separated units. Donnalee brings immense experience in healthcare management, with expertise in military health care, strategic planning, policy, force development, medical readiness, compliance, and program management.

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As a senior healthcare clinician, scientist, and educator, Denise Hopkins-Chadwick brings 30 years of experience across Army/Navy/Air Force/Defense Health Agency (DHA) healthcare strategy and implementation. With a background in Emergency/Critical Care/Neonatal nursing, she served as the academic lead for the largest military medical school in the world, graduating 35,000 students a year with academic credentials spanning vocational to post doctorate and offering the most and largest inter-service training programs. Denise also helped shape the DHA's Education and Training shared service through her role as a Service voting group member and helping to bring it to full operational capability. Building on her years of funded science research in the areas of women's health, deployment, and education and training with simulation, Denise served as programmatic reviewer for large joint research programs in which she helped set strategic agendas and stewarding of resources.

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Kimberly Green is currently an analytics and modeling data scientist supporting Accenture and is passionate about using data insights to drive better health outcomes for disadvantaged/underserved populations while informing health prevention and promotion activities. Before joining Accenture, she accumulated a vast array of hands on research through her work as a Research Associate in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Duke University Medical Center, the Traumatic Stress and Health Laboratory at the Durham Veteran Affairs Medical Center, and the Department of Veterans Affairs VISN 6 Mid-Atlantic Mental Illness Education and Clinical Center (MIRECC). Kimberly is a graduate of North Carolina State University's Institute of Advanced Analytics (IAA), the nation's first M.S. Analytics program and her additional educational attainments include a Ph.D. and M.S. in Health Science with a specialization in International Health. Kimberly also served as a Mental Health Specialist in the Army Reserves in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) and as an Army All-source Intelligence Officer and currently continues to serve as a Naval Reserve Officer.

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