TATRC COVID-19 Resource Page

A clinically and technically curated resource page for COVID-19 specific official guidance, tools, and websites; as well as a reference for emerging digital health and advanced medical technology research, current processes, and future directions.

Message from the TATRC Director

COL Jeremy Pamplin, Director

“I hope this message finds each of you, and your loved ones, safe and healthy. We are at war with an invisible foe that is about to cause more death of our fellow citizens than the past nearly 20 years of conflict, more than Vietnam, and the Korean War. The world is uniting in ways never before seen to combat this common enemy, becoming one team - all working together to achieve a common vision. We at TATRC are here to serve through telemedicine research and through the fusing of data, humans, and machines into solutions that optimize warfighter performance and casualty care.”

– COL Jeremy Pamplin, MD

COVID-19 Official Resources

NETCCN/TiDe Program Information

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National Emergency Tele-Critical Care Network (NETCCN) is a cloud-based, low-resource, stand-alone health information management system for the creation and coordination of flexible and extendable “virtual critical care wards.” Learn more

NETCCN and TiDE Timeline:

NETCCN Task 1 Kick Off Meeting: 15 June 2020
NETCCN Phase 1 (15, 30 and 45 day simulation testing & real-world validation): June - Dec 2020
TIDE TLA Kick Off Meeting: 18 May 2021
NETCCN Phase 2 Kick Off Meeting: 19 May 2021
NETCCN Phase 2 (Collaboration, Sustainment Services & Development ): May 2021 – May 2022
NETCCN C-PAM Kick Off Meeting: TBD

Introducing NETCCN - The National Emergency Tele-Critical Care Network
A federally funded telemedicine program. | Friday, February 26, 2021

NETCCN - Testimonials from the field
A federally funded telemedicine program. | Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Telemedicine and Telehealth: How TATRC's Innovative Initiatives are Responding to COVID-19
Virtual Science Cafe at the National Museum of Health and Medicine | Tuesday, January 26, 2021

The Need for NETCCN Now