‘Honoring Our Commitment: Serving Those Who Serve Our Nation:’ Team DLH at AMSUS 2024

The DLH team is gearing up to attend this year’s AMSUS Annual Meeting! AMSUS, The Society of Federal Health Professionals, is a non-profit, member-based association providing education and professional development benefits to support federal health professionals and their missions at the Departments of Defense, Veterans Affairs, Health and Human Services, Homeland Security, and industry partners to advocate for advancing health for all.

Ahead of the event, we spoke with John Lamberton, DLH Healthcare Practice Leader, who will lead a panel discussion on February 13.

DLH Communications: What do you do in your role at DLH?

John Lamberton: As a Healthcare Practice Leader and retired Navy Captain, I combine operational expertise, leadership skills, and a commitment to patient well-being in support of the Military Health System’s dynamic nature of operations. In doing so, I bring opportunities for innovation, and drive forward-thinking initiatives in solving complex problems.

How does DLH fit into AMSUS and what does DLH bring to the 2024 Annual Meeting?

John Lamberton: Our company improves health and national security readiness solutions for federal programs through science research and development, systems engineering and integration, and digital transformation. My colleagues and I work each day to live out this year’s AMSUS theme: ‘Honoring Our Commitment: Serving Those Who Serve Our Nation.’ DLH’s mission plays a crucial role in honoring those who have served our nation by addressing their unique needs, improving their health outcomes, and supporting agencies that ensure those who have served receive exceptional care.

Can you tell us more about the panel DLH is hosting this year?

John Lamberton: Our panel is called ‘Data Modeling to Support Suicide Prevention: The Atlas Project.’ The audience will experience a discussion about how suicide attempts are precipitated by complex combinations of interacting risk factors that may include behavioral, environmental, geographic, medical, and genetic histories. Through our Internal Research and Development project, the Atlas Project proposes to extend existing methods of suicide risk prediction by exploring combinations and interactions of risk and mitigating factors using AI and machine learning techniques. I am eager to share in this inspiring and informative discussion.

Be sure to stop by to attend DLH’s panel, held on Tuesday, February 13, 2024, from 2:10 – 3:10 p.m. at the Gaylord National Resort in the National Harbor 3 Conference Room. We look forward to seeing you there!


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