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Army buys thousands of medical computers

January 10, 2017 (Photo Credit: Getac)
The Army has ordered thousands of notebook computers for medical use.

The Army's Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care (MC4) product management team will receive 3,750 Getac S410 semi-rugged notebooks, according to a Getac news release.

"The notebook computers will be used to help digitally capture medical treatment data in operational environments, enhance continuity of care, and enable a comprehensive lifelong electronic health record for service members," Getac said. "MC4 selected the S410 semi-rugged notebooks as an integral part of its overall MC4 System for two reasons; its high performance and configurable feature set; and the long-standing relationship Getac has established as a trusted adviser to the organization."

MC4 initially purchased 7,000 S400 semi-rugged notebooks in 2014.

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