His pioneering work in applying the social determinants of health to primary care enabled him to establish the first Patient-Centered Medical Home in the Department of Defense and to see primary care transformed throughout the Military Health System (MHS), which operates a worldwide healthcare system serving 10 million people.
As Chief Medical Officer of the Navy, Kevin led the drive to establish the MHS as a high reliability organization. Kevin’s efforts to reduce risk and improve safety, along with his visionary leadership and commitment to disruptive change and innovation, provide the context for TransformCare’s passionate drive to transform healthcare.
Kevin has a BS in molecular cellular developmental biology from the University of Colorado Boulder and an MD degree from Uniformed Services University, where he is an Associate Professor of Medicine with more than 30 peer-reviewed publications. He was Chief of Internal Medicine and then Chief of Medicine at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. He retired from the Navy in 2017 as Chief Medical Officer after 35 years of military service.
Kevin also serves as Chief Medical Officer of Docsnap and President of the Board of Addicted to Hope.
In her most recent position as Director, Military Health System Governance Office, Jeannie served as the principal advisor to the Secretary of Defense for all health policies, programs and activities of the MHS Governance Office on behalf of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs. She has also served as Chief Executive Officer, Naval Hospital Guam; Chief Operating Officer, Naval Hospital Oak Harbor; and Chief Nursing Officer, Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton.
Jeannie has extensive military operational experience. She was Senior Nurse Executive on the USNS Mercy for the disaster relief mission following the Southeast Asia tsunami, humanitarian assistance, and training missions in Bangladesh, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines and Timor-Leste; USNS Mercy Liaison to the US embassies in Jakarta, Indonesia and Dili, Timor-Leste; Ship’s Nurse for USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier and its 5,000 embarked personnel during the initial stages of the US Global War on Terrorism; and Casualty Receiving/ Trauma ICU/ Medevac Nurse with Fleet Hospital Six in the former Republic of Yugoslavia.
Jeannie holds a BS cum laude in nursing from Georgetown University and an MS in trauma and critical care nursing from the University of Maryland, Baltimore. She was a Fellow in the Johnson & Johnson/Wharton Fellows Program in Management for Nurse Executives at the University of Pennsylvania. She is board certified in healthcare management as a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Brian has served as a healthcare executive with demonstrated success in large healthcare settings such as Naval Medical Center San Diego and Naval Medical Center Portsmouth; developed national military healthcare policy at the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs at the Pentagon; and led strategic planning and operational alignment while serving on the regional commander’s staff at Navy Medicine East.
After retiring from the Navy in 2012, Mr. Clement served as an executive healthcare consultant with Deloitte Consulting’s federal health practice in Washington, DC, specializing in healthcare operations and analytics; as Executive Director of Operations, Support and Quality Improvement for Healthcare Services Corporation—the Blue Cross Blue Shield affiliate for Illinois, Montana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas; and as Practice Administrator for the Department of Neurological Surgery at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas.
Brian has a BS and MS in nursing from the University of San Diego and an MBA from Troy University. He is also a former Certified Defense Financial Manager with the American Society of Military Comptrollers.
At Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Ted worked in the executive suite for the Director for Medicine, developing and implementing internal and external communications programs, responsible for strategy, message development and creative direction. He also developed high-profile annual reports and built brand preference for the medical center’s healthcare services among staff, stakeholders, graduates of US medical schools and patients. He has traveled, spoken and written on military health strategy, innovation and healthcare transformation.
Ted has extensive experience in advertising and direct marketing in both digital as well as print media. At TransformCare, he uses his portfolio of expertise for TransformCare’s corporate marketing efforts, Addicted to Hope’s non-profit efforts, and the re-design of Navy Medicine’s HRO healthcare leadership development program.
Ted has a BA summa cum laude in English from Bethel University and a master’s degree in education from the University of Maryland, College Park. He studied rhetoric and linguistics at Case Western Reserve University and has completed coursework in advanced marketing strategy at GE’s Management Development Institute.