Training and education provided on a sustainable basis are imperative to meeting the requirements of responders, medical teams, agencies, and organizations. These requirements can be as simple as providing First Aid to as complicated as supplying customized training programs and catastrophic simulation modeling. Training with subject matter experts provides current field expertise to those being trained, bringing a real world aspect and the most up to date information to participants.

Capabilities included in projects include:

  • Patient Tracking
  • Fatality Tracking
  • Incident Management
  • Volunteer Management
  • Inventory Management and Tracking
  • Credentialing
  • Medical and BioSurveillance Systems
  • Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Integrity (PHARSci)Government Monitoring, Forensic and Testing Procedures, Systems and Outsourcing
  • Surveillance, Preparedness, Awareness and Response (SPARx) Systems

Medical syndromic surveillance systems are used by medical personnel and first responders to provide medical personnel, public health, and safety officials with the enhanced ability to detect and mitigate the consequences associated with a significant disease outbreak, a natural disaster, or biological/chemical/radiological warfare event. The syndromic surveillance architecture has been developed with the assistance of state and local departments of health in the U.S. as well as leading disaster medicine specialists. This system has already been successfully deployed by some of the leading State First Responder Agencies.