The U.S. Army Advanced Medical Technology Initiative (AAMTI
) is seeking new proposals demonstrating the value of emerging health information technology and medical communications devices ...
... This program is open to U.S. Army Medical Department (AMEDD)
personnel as Principal Investigators (PI)s only. However, collaboration with industry, academia, and other military services is permitted ...
... The AAMTI program, run by the U.S. Army Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC
), FY 2011 Request for Submission System Policy and
Procedures document can be found at: http://www.tatrc.org/?p=funding_aamtif Pre- proposals are due August 29, 2010
... The FY 2011 program seeks a broad range of
medical informatics submissions to streamline and enhance the documentation of medical encounters, develop heterogeneous databases to be queried for research into evidence-based medicine, perform information analysis, and integrate speech recognition technology into the healthcare delivery environment...
Of particular interest are
• Address medical issues associated with
• Technologies to improve education
patients and providers
• Applications that use cell phones
and other technologies to monitor patients
that will enable medical care in remote and underserved
• Technologies reducing the administrative
burden within the AMEDD
applications to include
real-time surgical consultations from overseas theatres and between AMEDD medical facilities
For more information on how the AAMTI program works, and possible coordination with AMEDD PIs, send a message to its director, MedTech-IQ
member, John Winston