Combat & Casualty Care

Communications are critical to bridging the gap between life and death at point of trauma. This issue of Combat & Casualty Care sheds light on the need for timely data sharing across the care continuum. Q1 2019 C & CC gives readers a look at U.S. Defense Health Agency global integration of DoD health services from operational trauma care to health management.

 

Exclusive Interviews With:

 

RADM Colin Chinn, Joint Staff Surgeon/Medical Advisor to the Joint Chiefs of Staff on global integration of health services across the DoD

 

BG George (Ned) Appenzeller, Commanding General, Brooke Army Medical Center on facilitating DHA-overseen health network integration

 

CSM Thomas R. Oates, Command Sergeant Major, Brooke Army Medical Center on multidisciplinary readiness in trauma care

 

 

Features include:

  • Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care (MC4) and Health Assessment Lite Operations (HALO) to bridges comms gap with electronically documented critical health information
  • Joint Project Manager for Medical Modeling and Simulation, PEO STRI, on total lifecycle sustainment of medical acquisition across the Military Health System
  • Army Medical Hands-free Unified Broadcast (MEDHUB), DoD’s newest medical communication device
  • Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases to develop vaccines for treating rodent-borne infections in humans
  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and advanced clinical trials for protecting brain cell energy for increased positive outcomes
  • Medical Evacuation (MEDEVAC) and advances in mobile combat litter for greater efficiency in austere MEDEVAC

C&CC, Q1 2019
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C&CC, Fall 2018

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C&CC, Summer 2018

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C&CC, Spring 2018

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C&CC, Winter 2017

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