Yesterday, I read an article discussing troop deployment from Fort Detrick (http://www.wtop.com/?nid=598&sid=1866180 which was reprinted from the Frederick News Post). CNS has a large contingent of employees based out of Detrick, and while the articles does not specifically name them, the article is written about them. CNS supports the MC4 project, which integrates and maintains an Electronic Health Record system for the tactical military medical units. In fact, in the coming months, two CNS employees will deploy to support the system.
In the past, CNS has also deployed employees to train, integrate and setup the system. Lt. Col. William Geesey, MC4 Product Manager sees deployment as a vital part of their mission. The article quotes the Colonel as saying”Because MC4 systems are complex and system use is so widespread and critical to the war fighter, we have to assist system users with support and training staff to ensure success. Our job at the Fort Detrick MC4 headquarters is to oversee our operations worldwide, so regular deployments are a part of our everyday mission.”
I am proud of CNS’ commitment to the US Army and wish our team well on their deployment!