The MCM PSWG was not established to duplicate existing Navy/DLA item manager functions, but rather to collaborate with them to find solutions.
PSWG focused on optimizing MCM1 Class Readiness through proactive initiatives to position the right range and depth of material in Sasebo and Bahrain.
PSWG efforts are a near perfect example of an Integrated Product Team holistic approach, which brought laser focus and optimal utilization of scarce resources to invest in parts support for improving operational availability of our fleet.
In addition to placing orders for the increased allowances, updating ships' allowance records and tracking material requisitions, the PSWG is developing a template for a standardized process for improving other MCM systems and possibly other ship types to use a similar methodology in the future.
The HL7 PSWG is the body tasked with developing the data interchange standard in the patient safety arena.
Rashidee has spent a large part of his career enhancing healthcare informatics for the betterment of healthcare safety and quality including tenure as a Co-Chair the HL7 PSWG from 2003-2005.
The HL7 PSWG is focused on defining data interchange standards for patient safety that breaks down data silos, facilitates interoperability and enables systems to provide a common language across healthcare technology solutions.