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Medical Management Center

Purpose

The goal of the Medical Management Center (MMC) is to provide a well-coordinated care experience for Active Duty Soldiers that are classified as Medically Not Ready (MNR) while facilitating medical management to support processes to decrease Soldiers recovery time, decrease the length of time the Soldiers cannot perform their duties and decrease the timeline for identifying the Soldiers medical retention determination point (MRDP).
 

Mission and Vision 
 
In support of the Army's high operation tempo, the MMC Program was established to help the Army maintain readiness by ensuring wounded, ill and injured Soldiers have the support they need to manage their Medically-Not-Ready Soldiers. MMC staff provides a well-coordinated care experience for Medically Not Ready Soldiers and interact directly with the Soldier, the chain of command and the military treatment facility. We facilitate the medical management processes to help decrease Soldiers recovery time, decrease the length of time the Soldiers cannot perform their duties and decrease the timeline for identifying the Soldiers medical retention determination point.
 
Contact the MMC
 
Contact the Central Office of the MMC
Hours
Main: (910) 907-6011
Monday-Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
 
Brigade Care Teams 
 

Military Unit

Nurse Case Manager Contact Number

                        

82nd DIV
1BCT
2BCT
3BCT
4BCT
18 FA
82nd CAB

(910) 432-1907

 USASOC
4th Mil Sup Ops
3rd SFG
95th Civil Affairs
SWC
528th Sust. BDE

(910) 432-9865

 18th ABN CORPS
16th MP BDE
82 SUST BDE
525 BFSB
108th ADA
20th ENG
44th MED BDE
50th SIG BN

 (910) 396-3458

 
Overview
The Medical Management Center (MMC) was established at Fort Bragg in Nov 2011. By identifying total medically not ready (MNR) populations, formalizing reporting procedures, and identifying barriers to, as well as, coordinating care within the systems of Soldier care, the MMC has become instrumental in effectively reducing the number of medically not ready Soldiers assigned at Fort Bragg. The MMC accomplishes this by providing care coordination personnel to interact directly with the Soldier, the chain of command and the Military Treatment Facility. Ultimately, our goal is to return a maximum number of Soldiers back to the fighting force.
 
We’re the missing link!
Our Nurse Case Managers (NCM) and Care Coordinators (CC) provide critical connections between the Soldier’s command and the medical management of Soldiers assigned to Fort Bragg’s tenant units. We support a population of almost 40,000 Soldiers in 20 Brigades across the Installation. Data is collected, reviewed, and validated from MEDPROS, E-profile, AHLTA, and CHCS to identify Soldiers who are medically not ready, facilitate care coordination, and maximize the Soldier’s recovery. Early identification of Soldiers (through comprehensive review of available systems) needing additional support and medical management to ensure they receive appropriate/timely treatment to facilitate healing and recovery, is paramount to how we deliver “Compassionate, World-Class Healthcare—One Patient at a Time.”  
 
Policies and Procedures 
Leading the way forward!
Best practices have been established by your Fort Bragg MMC. We are instrumental to ensuring that all MNR Soldiers are presented at the Brigade and the Division level Profile Review Boards (PRBs) and helping to establish plans of care for those identified. We also support 18th Corp by reviewing cases being presented at a quarterly corps level PRB. Only the most complicated cases are presented to Fort Bragg’s senior leadership, making existing barriers to care more transparent and assistance with goals much more achievable. Additionally, MMC leadership acts as the conduit for training at the 1SG and new commander's courses and serves in an advisory role on a daily basis.
Committed to help. Call on us!
The central office of the MMC is at the Soldier Support Center (SRC), in Building 305, Room 114 at (910) 907-6011. The Senior NCM is located in this building, and NCM’s are located at the 82nd ABN DIV SURG Cell, USASOC, and 18th ANB CORPS SURGEON CELL, they have already established and are maintaining a synergistic relationship with Battalion and Brigade Leadership and Organic Medical staff, Primary Care Providers, and IDES clinic. BCTs have an assigned CC and they are embedded, on site at those Brigades, for greater Soldier accessibility. Please, call on us for assistance at the phone numbers provided above. We are here to help!
Brigade Care Teams (BCTs) consist of trained NCMs whom are aligned with specific Brigades, working with experienced Licensed Vocational Nurses (LVNs), our Care Coordinators (CC), who serve on site. Each unit aligned CC engages daily with Commanders and Soldiers, in concert with unit medical personnel, at Battalion and Brigade level Profile Review Boards (PRBs), and monitoring and guiding the care of Soldiers on temporary profile for less than 180 days or new permanent profile. NCMs are responsible for managing Soldiers: with complicated/complex medical cases; on profile for more than 180 days within the last 365 days; and currently in the IDES process.