Medical Capabilities Developer @ AMEDD Program Office, Health Readiness Center of Excellence
Healthcare Administrator @ US Army
Chief of Future Operations, Plans, & Training @ Southern Regional Medical Command (SRMC)
BS, Biology @
Georgia Southern University
Healthcare is a people business where relationships are everything, patients are the core focus, and providing their care is a team sport. Healthy teams lead to healthy patients, lead to healthy organizations - bottom line! I pride myself in my ability to foster a positive environment, develop subordinate leaders, build lasting relationships with internal and external stakeholders,
Healthcare is a people business where relationships are everything, patients are the core focus, and providing their care is a team sport. Healthy teams lead to healthy patients, lead to healthy organizations - bottom line! I pride myself in my ability to foster a positive environment, develop subordinate leaders, build lasting relationships with internal and external stakeholders, and achieve organizational success.
As a healthcare leader in the US Army, I plan, coordinate, synchronize, and direct all aspects of medical support, from healthcare delivery and evacuation to logistics and administration, for the full spectrum of operations at home and abroad, including clinical support, training & education, combat operations, peace-keeping efforts, humanitarian assistance, and everything in between.
My diverse experience in progressively challenging leadership positions, while serving both domestically and under austere conditions abroad, uniquely qualifies me to lead dynamic organizations requiring innovative solutions, flexible management styles, exceptional interpersonal skills, and effective communication.
Medical Capabilities Developer @ ~ Utilize processes required to develop concepts, conduct studies, and perform analysis necessary to design organizations, develop training, and prepare required materiel capabilities aimed at overcoming deficiencies or capitalizing on technological opportunities to enhance Army and Joint medical capabilities.
~ Identify solutions to identified capability gaps via Joint and Army DOTMLPF domain analysis.
~ Implement a 2-year capabilities integration cycle that directly supports POM and other cycles.
~ Provide analytically supported recommendations that are prioritized, integrated and synchronized across warfighting functions, organizations, and DOTMLPF domains. From July 2015 to Present (6 months) Healthcare Administrator @ From July 1998 to Present (17 years 6 months) Chief of Future Operations, Plans, & Training @ Utilizes a broad knowledge of medical operational, readiness, and training requirements; short and long range planning skills; and administrative and managerial skills to plan, develop, and implement all phases of the command’s medical plans, operations, and training programs. Directs the Regional-level Training, Plans & Mobilization, Annual Training Site Support (ATSS), Emergency Management, and Organizational Inspection Programs. Advises the Chief of Operations, General Staff, and 11 subordinate healthcare facilities across 10 states and Puerto Rico in the planning, coordination, and execution of all Training, ATSS, Emergency Management, Organization Inspection, and Mobilization programs. Supervises five senior civilian employees, and a senior enlisted soldier. From August 2014 to July 2015 (1 year) Deputy Surgeon (Asst. VP, Healthcare Operations) @ Established policy and procedures for public health, medical emergency preparedness, medical logistics, maintenance, medical training, and medical evacuation and treatment in support of over 10,300 Soldiers and their dependents, and over 1,100 Korean Soldiers, across seven military installations within the Seoul-metropolitan Area in the Republic of Korea. Lead medical planner for all Division-level plans and operations, as well as senior Medical Service Corps (MSC) mentor to 34 MSC officers. Supervised the Division Surgeon section consisting of fourteen Army medical officers (both clinical & administrative specialties) and senior enlisted Soldiers. From August 2013 to August 2014 (1 year 1 month) Deputy Chief, Current Operations (Asst. Director, Operations) @ Responsible for the daily management of all Army Medical Department (AMEDD) world-wide current and contingency operations. Maintains direct liaison with Unified and Specified Combatant Commands, Joint Staff, Service Components, and Federal Agencies, as well as all Army Medical Command (MEDCOM) subordinate commands. Serves as the Officer-in-Charge of the MEDCOM Emergency Operations Center at Joint Base San Antonio. Focal point for safe-keeping, disposition, and proper distribution of MEDCOM classified (Secret) material. As required, assumes control of all Washington, DC based operational functions for the Army Office of the Surgeon General (OTSG). Manages, upgrades, and provides direct oversight to the AMEDD Resource Tasking System, the MEDCOM Worldwide Individual Augmentation System, and MEDCOM Personnel Recovery Programs. Supervised eight civilian employees (GS-12 and below), and one Army Major. From November 2012 to July 2013 (9 months) Treasurer @ From 2011 to 2013 (2 years) Plans & Orders Officer, Future Operations (Manager, Plans & Operations) @ Strategic, operational, and contingency response medical support operations planner for the Office of The Surgeon General (OTSG) and US Army Medical Command. Planned, coordinated, and synchronized the full spectrum of medical operating systems through the orders process, and monitored execution. Additional duties included: MEDCOM Operations Center Manager, Current Operations Officer, and OTSG Special Projects Officer. From July 2011 to October 2012 (1 year 4 months) Executive Officer (COO/Chief of Staff) @ Executive Officer for the most diverse training battalion in the Army with over 415 permanent party Soldiers and an average daily census over 2300 enlisted and officer trainees in 8 Military Occupational Specialties, 10 Additional Skill Identifiers, 18 Officer Development Courses, 9 Graduate School Programs, and the AMEDD Student Detachment with over 600 Soldiers in 39 separate graduate programs across the CONUS/OCONUS. Supervises and manages all staff functions to include personnel and administration, operations, training, logistics, health, morale, welfare, and security of all students and cadre in four companies and two detachments across three separate geographic locations. Leads, mentors, and develops a battalion staff consisting of one Officer, four NCOs, and 18 Civilian employees. Executes an annual budget in excess of $560K. Serves as the battalion commander in his absence. From June 2010 to June 2011 (1 year 1 month) Chief of Operations and Plans (VP, Operations) @ Operations Officer (S3) for the Army’s largest training organization, consisting of three Battalions, two Separate Companies and the 323rd MEDCOM Band. This is the Army Medical Department's only training brigade, providing medical training, professional development, leadership, and graduate-level education to Active Duty, Reserve, and National Guard Soldiers and Officers. Advise the commander on all plans, operations, and training. Serve as the chief synchronization and coordination officer between subordinate units and higher headquarters. Plan and supervise brigade training, mobilization, contingency, and emergency operations. Publish brigade operations orders and training guidance. Plan, coordinate, and synchronize support to major annual events, including: Expert Field Medical Badge Testing, Expert Field Medical Competition, Mission Thanksgiving, Holiday Block Leave, and the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. Supervise five senior medical operations NCOs and one civilian administrative assistant. From June 2009 to June 2010 (1 year 1 month) Administrative Resident @ Administrative Resident for the US Army Dental Command. Complete all requirements for a dual Master's degree in Healthcare and Business Administration. Apply the theories, concepts, principles, and techniques involved in the planning, management, and delivery of healthcare across both civilian and government sectors. Perform management analysis and evaluations of rotations at local civilian and government healthcare facilities and organizations, emphasizing use of skills learned during the didactic phase of the Army-Baylor University MHA/MBA Program. Responsible for completing all administrative rotations, quarterly progress reports, remaining MBA classes, Graduate Management Project Proposal (GMPP) and the Graduate Management Project (GMP). From June 2007 to June 2009 (2 years 1 month) Chief of Medical Plans & Operations (Director, Healthcare Operations) @ Responsible for plans and execution of health service support for all tactical and non-tactical operations at home station and deployed abroad, for a force of over 3500 personnel in six different units. Coordinate and synchronize healthcare support across the organization with assets from two levels above the headquarters. Supervise all medical evacuation, patient administration, and medical logistics functions for the organization. Monitor medical and dental readiness for all assigned personnel. Develop and publish medical plans and orders in support of all organizational missions. Performance rate one senior non-commissioned officer (medical assistant / LPN). Coach, teach, and mentor 12 Medical Service Corps officers in the organization, including the medical company commander. From July 2005 to June 2007 (2 years) Company Commander (CEO) @ Chief Executive Officer. Lead and command the only training support company for the Army Medical Department Center and School, Camp Bullis Training Area, and the Ft. Sam Houston military community. Operate in a remote location with 99 authorized personnel (2 officers, 84 enlisted, and 13 civilians) supporting the training of 25,000 students by providing direct medical and logistical support to 391 field training exercises, annually. Maintain the operational readiness of 133 tactical vehicles, 16 generators, 1006 weapons, and 361 pieces of field communications equipment. Manage $12 million in property and facilities, including an office building, supply warehouse, vehicle maintenance facility, and secure weapons facility with a $336K operating budget. Responsibilities include command and control, safety, readiness, security, discipline, morale, leadership development, and health and welfare of all assigned personnel. From May 2004 to July 2005 (1 year 3 months) Detachment Commander & Battalion Operations Officer (Director) @ Battalion Operations Officer serving in the largest training brigade in the Army. Develop policies, procedures, and guidance for a command consisting of a Headquarters Detachment and four companies with 877 authorized personnel. Developed a command training program to include: quarterly and annual training guidance and quarterly training briefings, a long range training calendar, Balanced Score Card reports, Medical Command (MEDCOM) Readiness reports, Review and Analysis briefings, training for 15 deployable personnel, training ammunition, range scheduling, school scheduling (to include local, MEDCOM, and Department of the Army schools), and the deployment of 17 soldiers to support Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom. Command a Headquarters Detachment consisting of 25 personnel. From August 2003 to May 2004 (10 months) Small Group Instructor, Officer Basic Course @ Professional development coordinator and instructor. Responsible for planning, developing and presenting graduate level military education which included curriculum in leadership, medical doctrine and concepts, Army organization and structure, and combat health support operations for the AMEDD Officer Basic Course. Served as a small group instructor for 18 to 24 officer students per class. Responsible for effective, efficient instruction in both didactic and performance oriented training of branch qualification skills in classroom and field environments. Additional duties included: Officer-in-Charge (OIC) of Medical Platoon Leader’s Course, Process Action Team Leader for Training blocks of instruction, OIC for Weapons Training, and Branch Safety Officer. From May 2001 to August 2003 (2 years 4 months) Assistant Battalion Operations Officer (Assistant Director for Operations) @ Served as Assistant Intelligence and Operations Officer for a forward support battalion consisting of 425 personnel. Advised the commander on matters pertaining to unit plans, operations, intelligence, security, communications, training, and automation. Assisted the Operations Officer in developing quarterly training plans and briefs, preparing monthly Unit Status Reports, scheduling and conducting Officer Professional Development, and coordinating with higher headquarters and subordinate companies. Served as the Battle Captain for the 26th Logistics Task Force in Bosnia as part of Task Force Eagle, supporting Stabilization Force (SFOR) 8. From June 2000 to May 2001 (1 year) Medical Platoon Leader (Healthcare Administrator) @ Managed the healthcare and medical records of 608 military personnel. Directly responsible for the discipline, training, administration, supply, equipment, maintenance, and employment of all assigned healthcare personnel and assets. Lead, mentored, and professionally developed 32 medical personnel. Responsible for equipment, vehicles, and supplies in excess of $5 million and annual budget exceeding $30K. Planned and supervised all medical support provided to the organization. From September 1998 to June 2000 (1 year 10 months)
MHA, MBA, Health and Business Administration @ Baylor University From 2007 to 2009 BS, Biology @ Georgia Southern University From 1995 to 1997 Jim Hall, MBA, MHA, FACHE is skilled in: Team Management, Cross-functional Team Leadership, Organizational Development, Lean Six Sigma, Minitab, Proficient in Microsoft Office, Six Sigma, Operations Management, Strategic Planning, Leadership Development, Process Improvement, Team Building, Analysis, Healthcare, Military