US Army Medical Command issues RFI for Medical Operational Data System (MODS)

Medical Operational Data System (MODS) is designed to provide the provide Army Medical Department (AMEDD) leadership with an integrated system to manage AMEDD human resources (HR), logistics, education, manpower, and Army medical readiness programs. MODS is an integrated automation system that supports all phases of the AMEDD Human Resource Life-Cycle management processes in both peacetime and mobilization.

The objectives for MODS are to enhance Human Resources management, manpower utilization, fiscal execution, medical logistics management and medical readiness program management. MODS supports the following functions: Officer, Enlisted, & Civilian File Management; Individual & Unit Medical Readiness Tracking; Pre & Post Deployment Health Assessment; Vision & Dental Readiness Tracking; Medical logistics management & planning tool; Command Grade Allocation & Distribution; Manpower Program & Analysis; Incentive Special Pay Contract Management; GME/GNE Management & Analysis; Continuing Medical Education Management; Professional Filler System (PROFIS) Management; AMEDD Deployment Tracking for PROFIS & Medical Augmentation; PROFIS Requesting/Scheduling for TOE Exercises; Promotion Modeling; MEDCOM Strength Management & Analysis; Optimization Program & Analysis; Transition / Separation Management; Immunization Tracking; Command Management System (CMS); MODS System Management; Warrior Transition, Soldier Patient Locator/Tracking; 68W and 18D Conversion Tracking and Certification; Sustainment; 90-Day Boots on the Ground; Periodic Health Assessment (PHS)/Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI); Behavioral Health; and Electronic Profiling.

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