OMBI has had extensive experience designing and developing medical data registries supporting medical process improvement and medical research efforts in the DoD and federal business spaces as well with international partners like NATO. Our registries range from fully developed user access portals with interfaces for data capture to just the database environment for a complex disparate data source product. Due to OMBI’s extensive experience in the medical community, our solutions are thorough and take into account critical aspects of design that our customers do not consider in order to have a complete data architecture in place. We have extensive experience with the following medical disciplines designing and developing medical registries as well as consulting on data sharing processes to facilitate better coordination and collaboration between agencies and services: full body battlefield trauma data (to include environmental factors and post equipment conditions), orthopedics, ophthalmology as well as general ocular trauma, infectious disease, vascular and vascular trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and traumatic brain injury (TBI), and other more specific registries and research registries.
All of our solutions aim to incorporate the customer mission at the heart of the product while embracing the IT security policies of the our customers. We have extensive experience designing, developing, and deploying solutions that pass US CERT scans and adhering to all organization-oriented IT policies and directives. We pride ourselves on zero compromised custom software developed products as well as no data leaks whether malicious or accidental. We realize the importance of secured products while optimizing the solution for best performance to support our customer’s needs. The customer’s mission and solution requirements are at the core of all our products.
Concept design, development, deployment of medical registries for multiple medical specialties (trauma – all levels of care, orthopedics, ophthalmology, infectious disease, biosurveillance, PTSD/TBI, Ocular Trauma, rehabilitation, and other highly specialized patient populations)
Over a decade of medical specific database architecture development, custom software development, and full solution architecture for both CONUS and OCONUS products for DoD; dynamically collected data, static data via ETL external sources, and metadata capture and interoperability
Multiple patient populations and customers: VA, US Federal Agencies, DoD, and NATO Military Medicine Center of Excellence; direct services provided to: Joint Trauma System, Ocular Trauma Registry (VA and DoD), Embedded Fragments, Orthopedics Trauma Registry, PTSD/TBI NICoE Research Protocol registry, and many smaller highly focused registries like the STOMA QOL registry
Full database architecture, data interoperability plans, data storage and management plans, customer-centered solutions with maintainability, growth, and interoperability as core driving principles for solution development
Data at rest and in transit (FIPS), HL-7 format, dashboard design for qualitative and quantitative visualization and monitoring of: data growth, database structure, ETL processing, user management access, cyber security (intrusion, data access/export use, user access),
IT Security compliance: DoD service specific requirements via policies and directives (US Army 25-1, 25-2, US Navy SECNAV M-5510.36, USAF AFI 31-401, 31-406, and DoDM 5200.01), STIGs, FIPS 140-2 (and others as needed), NIST RMF SP 500s, 800s, 1800s, VA FedRamp – VA Handbooks 6500 and 6517, and industry vendors as well as DISA, and US CERT advisements