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Army medical device cyber team balances benefits and risks of technology

An Army medic positions a patient for a CT scan, which helps radiologists diagnose different types of disease and injuries. Medical devices, such as radiology imaging systems, must now go through a cybersecurity validation process in order to connect to military networks (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Evelyn Chavez)

The frequency and severity of cybersecurity attacks against the medical community will continue to rise

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Soldiers test Army's newest transport telemedicine technology

Soldiers test MEDHUB during an exercise at Camp Atterbury, Indianapolis. (U.S. Army photo by Greg Pugh)

MEDHUB is really about life-saving situational awareness

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Technology | Innovation

Maintenance key to medical device precision, accuracy

A technician assigned to the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency's Medical Maintenance Operations Division-Tracy works on a piece of equipment in the depot's special purpose test, measurement and diagnostics equipment lab. (U.S. Army photo by Ellen Crown)

It's not about the item we touch, it's about the patient that uses it

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Health Readiness

Army, civilian experts speak on bridging from research to advanced development and fielding

U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency Commander Col. Lynn Marm addresses the crowd during a panel session at the Military Health System Research Symposium Aug. 29 in Kissimee, Florida. The panel session focused on challenges in getting medical products to the field. (Photo Credit: Greg Pugh, USAMMA Visual Information)

Experts from the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command joined counterparts in military, government, industry and academia in a panel session at the Military Health System Research Symposium

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Research and Innovation

'Dust Off' demos showcase Army Medical evacuation modernization

Soldiers from the 2nd Battalion, 30th Infantry Regiment “TF Wild Boars” test their triage and rapid transport skills during a mass casualty exercise at Tactical Base Gamberi. The goal of MEDHUB is to keep the medic or flight paramedic focused for performing life-saving tasks for multiple patients and remain unencumbered from documentation and reporting. (U.S. Army photo by Maj. Asha Cooper)

The Medical Hands-free Ultra-wideband Broadcast, or MEDHUB, is designed to capture, store and forward data automatically from medical devices to receiving hospitals

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