Telemedicine & Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC)

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ARA's BioGears(TM) Presented at Medicine Meets Virtual Reality Conference

Press Release | Applied Research Associates, Inc. | February 18, 2014

Applied Research Associates (ARA) will present BioGears(TM), an open-source modeling tool that will allow a wide variety of users to create accurate simulated physiology that fits the needs of the medical simulation and training community, at the Medicine Meets Virtual Reality (MMVR) Conference. The BioGears(TM) project will enable the public to develop medical simulations that will benefit military as well as civilian medicine. Read More »

Biogears Open Source Human Physiology Engine Showcased At IMSH 2015

Press Release | ARA | January 8, 2015

BioGears® delivers an open source, comprehensive, extensible human physiology engine that serves as a platform for biomedical modeling research and also facilitates the creation of immersive medical education and training technologies. At IMSH, the BioGears® team will interact with over 2,000 professionals from around the globe who will see the latest in technology advancements, attend hands-on workshops and explore professional development opportunities.

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Conemaugh Health System One Of First Hospitals To Join Nationwide Health Information Network (NwHIN)

Press Release | Conemaugh Health System | September 11, 2012

The Conemaugh Health System is the first Pennsylvania non-government health care system and one of just 30 in the United Systems to go “LIVE” on the Nationwide Health Information Network (NwHIN) Exchange. Read More »

EMRs Gone in 60 Seconds

Lt. Col. William E. Geesey | Government Health IT | October 18, 2011

We set out to evaluate how well mobile hardware and accompanying apps would perform in a field environment and whether these were practical devices for medics to use when documenting patient care downrange. We used a prototype app, Patient, which was developed specifically for interfacing with the TCCC and MACE prototype apps. Read More »

U.S. Army developing 'Open Source' Medical Simulation Solutions

Michael Peck | Army Times | March 12, 2013

An open-source physiology engine that anyone can use to develop medical simulations is being developed by the U.S. Army’s Telemedicine & Advanced Technology Research Center. Read More »

Federal Health IT (FHIT) Innovation Event & Awards

Event Details
March 4, 2015 - 6:00pm - 9:00pm
1776 DC - The Penthouse Washington, DC
United States

This event will be unlike any typical Federal government event. Held at 1776 DC, the premier startup incubator in DC, the first part of this event include a panel featuring three of the real leaders driving innovation across the Federal Health Space, with perspective from Military Health and VA to HHS. The second part of the evening will celebrate many of the most innovative programs and initiatives happening across the Federal Health IT (FHIT) space today as the FHIT Innovation awards are handed out. Winners will be selected by an evaluation panel that includes government, industry and the startup community. Finalists for the awards will be announced by February 18th. Read More »