The Defense Health Information Management System Theater Medical Information Program supports health care documentation in any forward-deployed environment. This integrated suite of software solutions offers complete clinical care documentation, medical supply and equipment tracking, patient movement visibility and health surveillance in Theater environments.
As part of the Military Health System, TMIP systems are used as a collaborative effort among the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps. In addition, they enable the sharing of pertinent clinical data captured in the Theater of Operations with the Department of Veterans Affairs.
- Provides a modular, scalable health care documentation system built to operate in low to no communications environments
- Supports service members' continuum of care from the battlefield to the home front
- Captures and manages health information in support of the military's electronic health record
- Supports the delivery of advanced medical care in the most challenging conditions
- Shares DOD pertinent clinical data with the VA
AHLTA-Mobile is a handheld medical device used by first responders at the point of injury to document diagnoses, treatment and clinical encounters of service members.
AHLTA-Theater serves as the Theater configuration of AHLTA, the military's electronic health record, for all Department of Defense military treatment facilities worldwide.
The Maritime Medical Module greatly reduces the administrative workload and enhances the credibility, standardization and quality of health care documentation.
The Medical Situational Awareness in the Theater is a Web-based application which combines information from multiple communities to provide a common operating picture as well as decision support for combatant and joint task force commander's surgeon staff.
The Theater Medical Data Store allows providers to view, track and disposition ill or injured patients as they move through the Theater echelons of care, the sustaining base and those shared with the VA.
The Theater Medical Information Program Composite Health Care System Caché, also known as TC2, allows military health care providers to access and document inpatient health care, order ancillary services and view results in the deployed environment.
The Theater Medical Information Program Framework provides a messaging service to deployed applications, allowing EHRs and other medical information to transmit from the Theater of Operations to home-based repositories.Download the TMIP Fact Sheet