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Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium (MTEC) -- Navy Multi-Topic - Advanced Biomedical Product Development for Naval Operations RPP
The Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium (MTEC) is excited to post this announcement for a Request for Project Proposals (RPP) focused on the on the advancement of engineering and medical prototypes and knowledge products related to a broad range of medical technological needs identified below. Relevance to the enhanced readiness and resilience of Navy and Marine Corps health and performance is a key feature of this RPP.
White Paper Due Date: April 6, 2020 (was March 31)
Areas of Interest
Proposed prototype solutions shall address only ONE of the Technology Focus Areas and only ONE of the associated Specific Areas of Interest outlined below in support of the Naval Advanced Medical Development (NAMD). Offerors are not limited to a single white paper submission. White Papers not aligned to ONE of these Focus Areas (and ONE of the associated Specific Areas of Interest) will not be considered for funding. These Technology Focus Areas are not listed in order of importance. Refer to the full RPP for specific areas of interest for each technology focus area.
- TECHNOLOGY FOCUS AREA #1: CASUALTY CARE : This area focuses on patient care at and through the continuum of care as well as products and services that sustain patient health in austere environments such as expeditionary, littoral, and deep water.
- TECHNOLOGY FOCUS AREA #2: MEDICAL LOGISTICS ENHANCEMENT: This area focuses on patient and personnel recovery, remote health monitoring, and immersion injuries.
- TECHNOLOGY FOCUS AREA #3: HUMAN PERFORMANCE: This area focuses on the prediction of health status and outcomes from various sources of combat related stressors and advanced biomedical electronics such as sensors and microelectronics.
Offerors must be MTEC Members in good standing.