The Military & Health Research Foundation (MHRF) is seeking a Project Manager to support the development and implementation of an Interoperable Medical Automated System for the Department of Defense. This technology will help build an infrastructure to allow the evaluation and improvement of trauma resuscitation through real-time video and workflow analysis. This system will be a resource to identify and evaluate existing mobile software applications which offer recognition and diagnosis capabilities for traumatic brain injury (TBI). Additionally, the system will support appropriate triage, treatment, and disposition of the injured patients.
Work will be performed with our partner, the University of Maryland R Adams Shock Trauma Center which is a pre-eminent institution for the study and care of traumatically injured patients who require complex care and expertise in critical resuscitation. The Project Manager will oversee the daily management of administrative tasks including protocol development, coordination of data analysis, budgetary and programmatic tracking, technical and financial reports and maintain consistent and timely communication with all collaboration and team partners.
This effort will be broken up into three main tasks. The first task will require the deployment of an existing telemonitoring system for use with COVID-19 patients during critical care air transport. The second task will be the development of a workflow analysis system to track personnel, equipment, and supplies during a trauma resuscitation. This workflow analysis will be paired with a comprehensive database of patient information to include clinical data, vital signs, medications, treatments performed and patient outcomes. The third task will require the evaluation of existing mobile application for the diagnosis and detection of traumatic brain injury.
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The Military & Health Research Foundation is is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit foundation dedicated to discovering and transitioning lasting solutions for troops on the battlefield and across civilian healthcare settings. Since 2011, our goal is to ensure that dynamic life-saving technologies with the advances in healthcare are readily accessible when the need arises.
Learn more at www.militaryhealthresearch.org
MHRF is an EEO Employer - Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled and other protected categories.
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