DHIC Overview


The Digital Health Innovation Center (DHIC) develops and tests novel digital health solutions within an interoperable ecosystem that connects data to humans across the spectrum of healthcare – from optimal health, to casualty care, to palliation at the end of life – accelerating optimal human decision making.

Core Functions

Digital Health, Mobile Health, and Telehealth
Documentation and Medical Regulating
Civilian & Tactical Network Engineering
Operational Telemedicine
Software Engineering
Clinical Research/Clinical Trials

About DHIC

The purpose of the Digital Health Innovation Center (DHIC) Lab is to investigate, demonstrate and evaluate emerging mobile technologies to enhance the quality of life for our Soldiers, sailors, airmen, and marines. The DHIC serves as an innovation center of excellence for evaluating mobile health technologies and networks by providing subject matter expertise and a unique laboratory environment for intramural and extramural research activities in support of service members, beneficiaries, patients and Role 1 (first responders) through Role 4 (definitive health care facilities) of the military healthcare system (MHS) prior to enterprise wide deployment.

DHIC is co-located with the Department of Clinical Investigation at Fort Gordon, GA. The staff of TATRC-DHIC is comprised of personnel from a diverse background and includes expertise in Mobile Health, Telemedicine, Research, Program Management, Case Management, Clinical Information Systems, Operational Medicine, Network Design, Programming, and Information Assurance. TATRC-DHIC has established partnerships with DHA, OTSG, MEDCOM, Dwight David Eisenhower Army Medical Center (DDEAMC), the Regional Training Site Medical, the Cyber Center of Excellence Experimentation Division, Augusta University, and Augusta Technical College.