By moving all military treatment facilities under the Defense Health Agency (DHA), the DoD has ushered in a new era of data integration within the military health system.
The military health system is challenged to keep medical data intact as a wounded warfighter moves through a system that can’t transmit it. Now new technologies are bringing bandwidth to frontline treatment.
A new generation of medical sensors will enable real-time collection of health data from warfighters, even in the most volatile threat situations.
To treat U.S. warfighters effectively, the military health system must integrate medical data that’s been siloed in out-of-date systems — and do it in situations where bandwidth is scarce.