Maritime Medical Module
Maritime Medical Modules, an automated, multi-user medical support application, formerly known as SAMS, tracks medical and dental readiness of operational units such as Sea, Air and Land Teams, Construction Battalions (Seabees), Marine Expeditionary Units, ships and submarines.
MMM stores, processes and retrieves data; monitors the medical environment and health of personnel who live and work in the ship/facility; and contributes to the overall readiness of the operational/shipboard medical department. The system greatly reduces the administrative workload and enhances the credibility, standardization and quality of health care documentation.
- Environment Health—Allows providers to monitor environmental conditions that may endanger patient's health, ensures corrective action is taken before medical problems.
- Health Services—Documents, reports and transfers medical information of crew members and visitors.
- System Management—Allows program administrators to maintain facility data and provider information, including access privileges.
- Medical Encounters—Serves as the Patient Encounter Module in AHLTA Theater.
- TMIP Radiation Health—Tracks radiation exposure data to preserve and maintain the physical well-being of personnel working near radioactive materials or exposed to ionizing radiation.
- Defense Medical Logistics Standard Support Maritime—Helps providers identify requisitioning objectives by tracking low quantities per line item, automatically requisitioning these items and consequently crediting operating funds.
- Improves the delivery of medical care
- Supports surveillance analysis in operational environments
- Provides administrative support in operational environments
- Supports management of medical supplies
- Increases efficiency and accuracy of radiation health protection programs