DHA names COL Francisco Dominicci as new Solution Delivery Division (SDD) Chief

“COL Francisco Dominicci was recently selected to replace COL Rich Wilson as Solution Delivery Division (SDD) chief in April. “I’m looking forward to working with everyone at SDD,” said COL Dominicci, whose selection was announced in the January Deputy Assistant Director Information Operations (DAD IO, J-6) Monthly Message. “Your reputation for exceeding stakeholder expectations is well known across the Defense Health Agency. It’s an honor to lead such a distinguished team of professionals.” COL Wilson is scheduled to retire from the Army this summer after more than 25 years’ service, the final three years as SDD chief. The incoming SDD chief is a boardcertified medical informaticist whose 22-year Army career includes various healthcare information technology positions, including a recent tour as Chief Nursing Information Officer at the U.S. Army Medical Department and Program Manager for the Military Health System Virtual Health Program…” Read the full announcement here.

Source: The Beat, March 2019. SDD.

G2X TAKE: This Defense Health Agency division, whose mission is to deliver IT “solutions to the Military Health System through expert acquisition program management, process reengineering, information translation and sharing, training and integration activities in order to support and advance the delivery of Healthcare” has officially announced that a new Chief will be taking over this Spring. 

More than a few will and already have been reaching out to COL Francisco Dominicci to offer congratulations and support in his new role and to the very capable COL Rich Wilson as he prepares to retire from the Army this summer after more than 25 years of service, the final three years as SDD chief.

In case you missed it, G2X Health also had the opportunity to connect recently with Jason Windsor, current DHA Program Manager for EHR-Core in the Solutions Delivery Division (J-6) about his transition and next steps after more than 25 years with the US Army and now DHA. Check out that interview here. 




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