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Lockheed to Install Wireless Access for Coast Guard Medical Records

Lockheed to Install Wireless Access for Coast Guard Medical Records - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Lockheed to Install Wireless Access for Coast Guard Medical Records - top government contractors - best government contracting eventLockheed Martin has won a potential five-year contract from the Coast Guard to install a wireless system for accessing the branch’s electronic medical records, the company announced Wednesday.

The company will install MONAXOffice at the Coast Guard's main operations system center and three clinics, and provide training as to how to integrate the system in other locations.

Afterward, the Coast Guard will implement MONAXOffice at 43 clinics.

According to the company, the system will give users access to records for more than 42,000 active duty service members.

MONAXOffice will include wireless networks at each clinic that will be integrated with the Coast Guard's existing core network; centralized wireless network management capability; tablet devices; hardware for common access card authentication on tablets and smartphones; and mobile device management software.

The Coast Guard's integrated health information system staff will use the commercial system to wirelessly access and update electronic records at the point of care, the company said.

Harris Corp. is building a wireless infrastructure for the Department of Veterans Affairs, where users will deliver voice, video and real-time mobile healthcare services at 26 sites.

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