“Defense Health Agency has issued an authority to operate declaration to Capsule Technologies, the company announced this week, and will implement its clinical surveillance and medical device connectivity technologies.”
WHY IT MATTERS
“DHA will leverage those tools to help its clinicians deliver tele-critical care and remote patient monitoring around the world.”
“Per the ATO certificate, Capsule’s tools will be deployed across DHA’s Medical Community of Interest, or MedCOI network, a global VPN where Military Health System applications can be accessed by more than 116,000 users, serving more than 9.5 million beneficiaries.”
“It will enable specialists practicing in MHS hospitals to more easily collaborate with other clinicians in disparate locations as they manage critical care patients.”
THE LARGER TREND
“Initially, the Capsule deployment on MedCOI will be focused on supporting remote monitoring and tele-critical care across the entire DHA worldwide, according to Capsule, and there are plans to expand from there…” Read the full article here.
Source: DHA taps Capsule Technologies for clinical surveillance, device connectivity – By Mike Miliard, July 22, 2020. Healthcare IT News.