Mobile Application Development Proof of Concept – Theater Blood
This MTEC program is in support of the Department of Defense (DoD), Program Executive Office (PEO) Defense Healthcare Management Systems (DHMS), Joint Operational Medicine Information Systems (JOMIS) Program Office (PMO), in partnership with the Defense Health Agency (DHA), Contracting Division – Defense Healthcare Management Systems (CD-DHMS).
The goal of this project is to develop a prototype capability that provides military personnel deployed in theater the ability to manage and document blood inventory, transfusions, blood product donations, and transfusion transmittable disease (TTD) testing in environments that may be disconnected, have intermittent connectivity, or have low-bandwidth connections to the network and synchronize that data with the enterprise database when connectivity is available. To facilitate the development effort, JOMIS will provide the Operational Medicine Mobile (OMM) Collaborative Development Environment (CDE), including associated tools and processes, and the OMM Collaborative Development Framework (CDF) to develop and demonstrate a prototype disconnected application for Theater Blood that meets functional requirements. A secondary purpose of this prototyping effort is to obtain feedback on the JOMIS CDE and CDF and recommendations for its maturity and improvement.
The research project award recipient was selected from the Offerors who responded to MTEC’s Request for Project Proposals (19-09-TheaterBlood).