Medical Development and Investigation Implications Study (MEDIIS).
Final rept. Mar 80-Mar 82,
ACADEMY OF HEALTH SCIENCES (ARMY) FORT SAM HOUSTON TX HEALTH CARE STUDIES DIV
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The intent of the Medical Development and Investigation Implications Study MEDIIS was to identify and develop a formalized, comprehensive, and integrated methodology for identifying, evaluating, translating, and utilizing civilian and military state-of-the-art information on new technological developments which impact on doctrinal development and the operational processes associated with the combatpeacetime missions of the Army Medical Department AMEDD. Based on interagency coordination and the direct involvement of over 35 Office of the Surgeon General OTSG consultants, a realistic scenario was derived which established agencystaff responsibilities for the implementation of an AMEDD-wide Technology Evaluation and Transfer Program TETP. This scenario was predicated upon a computer conferencing network similar to TRADOCs Task Force Delta, with the initial phases of development to be targeted on medical materiel with gradual time-phasing into the clinical areas. Also, it was recommended that a system should be established and monitored by key OTSG consultants that would provide for the ongoing compilation and periodic evaluation of potential applications of new developments, and the transfer input of information into the appropriate doctrinal planning bases. Author
- Medicine and Medical Research