The Joint Program Committee-1/Medical Simulation and Information Sciences
USAMRMC's Joint Program Committee-1/Medical Simulation and Information Sciences (JPC-1/MSIS) Research Program plans, coordinates, and oversees a science and technology program focused on improving military medical training and education through medical
modeling and simulation systems addressing combat casualty training, medical readiness, health focused initiatives, and developer tools for medical educators as well as improving health information sciences through increased interoperability,
strategic planning, process development, and medical applications.
JPC-1/MSIS works with the services and joint agencies to address gaps and requirements as identified by the Military Health System (MHS) and is responsible for programming research in the following areas:
The establishment of the JPC-1/MSIS has enabled a more collaborative process to identify and validate the research initiatives pertaining to the military. The program assists in the identification, assessment and transition of relevant emerging technologies that are of value into the MHS. This ultimately allows USAMRMC and the Defense Health Agency (DHA) to better align its research and development efforts with the needs of the MHS. Additional information about JPC-1/MSIS is available at: https://mrmc.amedd.army.mil/index.cfm?pageid=medical_r_and_d.msis.overview.
MilTech is a Department of Defense Technology Transition Partnership Intermediary and operates via Partnership Intermediary Agreement between Montana State University and the Air Force Research Lab at Wright Patterson Air Force Base. The mission
of MilTech is to accelerate the transition of new technology to the U.S. Warfighter. Since 2004 MilTech has performed over 150 technology acceleration and transition projects for every military service and joint and special commands.
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