The Theater Medical Information Program – Marine Corps (TMIP-MC) is the USMC branch of the TMIPJoint Family of Systems (FoS) that was developed by the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs (OASD-HA) and is the medical component of the Global Combat Support System (GCSS) and Global Command and Control System (GCCS). TMIP-MC FoS consists of Joint program software employed in conjunction with Marine Corps Common Hardware Suite infrastructure equipment, which is comprised of hardware, peripheral devices and data networks. It is a comprehensive information technology enabler to the USMC Health Services and replaces several legacy systems. TMIPMC provides capabilities to the organic USMC Role 1 and Role 2 Medical Treatment Facilities (MTF) which enables the Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF) to order and track supplies and equipment; immediately document injury, illness and treatment; and record, store and transmit medical data to the Theater Medical Data Store (TMDS) and Clinical Data Repository (CDR). TMIP-MC allows in-theater enterprise management and visibility of patient movement and health surveillance by Commanders and links in-theater care with DoD and Veterans Affairs MTFs for enhanced medical care and readiness to the warfighter anywhere, anytime, and in support of any mission.
The TMIP-MC FoS provides Commanders and USMC Health Services medical personnel with overall Medical C2 through immediate electronic global visibility of the warfighters’ medical health status; evacuation tracking through implementation of the expeditionary electronic health record; and the enterprise management of medical logistics in support of the Marine Corps Operating Concept. Performance is measured by the delivery of the TMIP-MC FoS capabilities to 2 MEBs, 7 MEUs, 3 SPMAGTFs and 3 Medical Logistics Companies at all MEFs and the Pre-Positioned Ships Program.
TMIP-MC is designated as a Joint ACAT IAM acquisition program which received Authority to Participate (ATP) in 2009 and is in the operations and support phase. However, the Military Health System is actively working on developing the New Electronic Health Record Modernization which will subsequently be incorporated into the Joint Operational Medicine Information System – Marine Corps (JOMIS-MC) and scheduled to subsequently begin replacing TMIP-MC in FY21.
MCSC PM APPS provides design, acquisition and sustainment of the information systems and framework used to accomplish the Marine Corps warfighting mission.