Unissant has secured a contractÂ to help the U.S. Army'sÂ Medical Research and Development Command develop, test and deploy a cloud-based technology platform for managing health information.
The National Emergency Telecritical Care Network will be built to connect critical care teams with COVID-19 patients in virtual intensive care units, UnissantÂ said Tuesday.
The company willÂ focus on creating tools to support patient flow, data, continuity of careÂ and clinical communications during the project.
Kenneth Bonner, president ofÂ Unissant, the company will incorporateÂ a commercial off-the-shelf platform from ISeeYouCare into the NETCCNÂ system.
ISYCÂ and T-Mobile will serve as technical partners on the project. Unissant will also work with clinical partners from the Uniformed Services University and theÂ Henry M. Jackson Foundation.