DoD Healthcare Management System Modernization (DHMSM)
Military Health System (MHS) GENESIS is intended to transform the way the DOD and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) provide military and veteran healthcare missions by creating a single health care record for each patient, used by both agencies. The Project Management Office (PMO) is deploying MHS GENESIS in military treatment facility “waves” in designated medical operational centers and intends to field MHS GENESIS to 205,000 MHS personnel, providing care for 9.4 million DOD beneficiaries worldwide. At the end of July 2021, MHS was fielded to about 30 percent of its intended recipients, with another deployment wave that started at the end of September 2021. AFOTEC supported the Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC) to conduct Operational Test and Evaluation. To determine the Operational Effectiveness, Operational Suitability, Interoperability, and Cyber Survivability of the MHS GENESIS system during FOT&E at Wave Travis sites to inform future fielding.
Joint Operational Medicine Information Systems (JOMIS) / Medical Common Operating Picture (MedCOP)
JOMIS INC 1 will support the availability of electronic health records for Military Health System personnel globally. It enables the application of standardized workflows, integrated healthcare delivery, and data standards for the improved and secure electronic exchange of medical and patient data. In 2021, AFOTEC discussed and observed the Medical Common Operating Picture (MedCOP) system with users at Air Force Central Command (AFCENT) Headquarters (HQ), Surgeon General’s (SG) staff at Shaw AFB. MedCOP is intended to replace the legacy system known as Medical Situational Awareness in the Theater (MSAT). This continued engagement synchronizes Operational Assessment Activity and addresses issues across the user spectrum to directly inform and support the warfighter.