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Kratos to Help Update Pentagon’s Theater Medical Records System

Kratos to Help Update Pentagon's Theater Medical Records System - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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electronic health record EHRThe Defense Department‘s Joint Operational Medicine Information Systems organization has awarded Kratos Defense & Security Solutions a $23 million contract to provide integration services for a multiservice theater and shipboard medical records system.

Kratos will collaborate with Planned Systems International to modernize and maintain the Theater Medical Information Program-Joint infrastructure, Kratos said Friday.

The two companies will also update information technology applications for the TMIP-J platform as part of the contract.

“As a key component of JOMIS, TMIP-J is an important effort that helps ensure that the Department of Defense’s operational medicine systems are synchronized and aligned with modernization efforts,” said Mike Smith, senior vice president of Kratos’ enterprise technology solutions unit.

The system is designed to load theater-wide healthcare data into the larger Defense Medical Records system.

According to a DoD report, the TMIP-J works to integrate applications such as the Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application, Composite Health Care System and Defense Medical Logistics Standard Support.

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Written by Dominique Stump

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