TIAG and Partner CoachMePlus Announce $1.4 Million Contract with The Army Recovery Care Program
TIAG and CoachMePlus Team up to Provide the ARCP with State-of-the-Art Human Performance Technology for Wounded Warriors
TIAG has exclusively partnered with CoachMePlus to bring their best-of-class commercial athlete management system (AMS) to the DoD marketplace as Warrior Performance Platform (WP2).
The Army Recovery Care Program (ARCP) manages the recovery and complex care for wounded, ill, and injured Soldiers across all Army components. The five-year program will help increase the accessibility and efficiency of rehabilitation for wounded warriors.
“We are honored to expand our relationship with the Department of Defense and the ARCP to continue helping warriors, especially wounded warriors, with a dynamic, customizable, and proven tool that will allow them to automate business practices and support staff and Soldier engagement in the ARCP Adaptive Reconditioning Program,” shares Neil Lampton, President and COO of TIAG.
Warrior Performance Platform (WP2) platform fuses TIAG’s demonstrated expertise in data analytics, telemedicine, and cutting-edge health IT solutions with decades of lessons learned within military communities and professional sports arenas. Advancing proactive performance management from training through deployment, WP2 is powered by applied science and next generation human performance analytics, integrating the CoachMePlus performance-optimization solution used by major teams across the CFL, MLB, MLS, NBA, NCAA, NFL, NHL and military. The cloud native WP2 platform is hosted in Amazon Web Services (AWS).
The platform will provide a digital Activity Clearance Form (ACF) for each Soldier, real-time calendar updates for ARCP events, and tracking of specific Soldier ARCP goals. WP2 will help ensure compliance with weekly ARCP requirements using a centralized tracking of Soldier AR participation, which can be divided at the lowest levels (i.e., by Soldier or squad leader) up to the highest levels (per unit and enterprise-wide).
“As a purpose-built performance-tracking platform for the DoD and federal community, WP2 monitors key indicators of a warrior’s health and capability, maximizing the value of real-time and historical data within one centralized system,” Jake Repanshek, Executive Director of Solutions & Technology. “Providing the capability to track participation, uncover trends, develop insights, and identify gaps; WP2 provides ARCP with access to compliance and efficacy data never before available to the organization.”
WP2 will serve 14 Soldier Recovery Units (SRUs) and automate engagement in the Adaptive Reconditioning Program. The program includes Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Joint Base Lewis–McChord, Joint Base San Antonio, Tripler Army Medical Center, Fort Drum, Fort Belvoir, Fort Benning, Fort Bliss, Fort Bragg, Fort Campbell, Fort Carson, Fort Hood, Fort Riley, and Fort Stewart.
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CoachMePlus is fueling the “Omnichannel Fitness” market, leveraging workout-tracking, wellness monitoring, wearable technologies integrations, and a full suite of testing and reporting tools to monitor key indicators of health, ability, and performance. The platform advances proactive performance management from training through deployment.
About The Army Recovery Care Program
The mission of the U.S. Army Medical Command (MEDCOM) Deputy Chief of Staff for Army Recovery Care Program (DCS, ARCP) is to develop, coordinate and integrate the Army’s Recovery Care Program (ARCP) for wounded, ill and injured Soldiers, Veterans and their Families or Caregivers to promote success in the force or civilian life. ARCP serves an essential role, not only in managing the care and recovery of Soldiers evacuated from theater, but also those preparing to deploy and those who have returned from combat that require complex care management to cope with the effects of war and multiple deployments. ARCP works to ensure everything possible is done to enable Soldiers to return to duty. ARCP also plays an important role in ensuring Reserve Component Soldiers receive the care they require prior to and after deployment to remain mission ready.