• MSAT Feature 1
    Geographically view outbreaks and potential health threats
  • MSAT Feature 2
    Track unit movements and patient evacuation routes around the globe
  • MSAT Feature 3
    Generate reports for asset visibility, decision support, and strategic and contingency planning


A Web-based application, Medical Situational Awareness in the Theater (MSAT) combines information from multiple communities to provide decision support and a common operating picture. MSAT links together information that encompasses disease and non-battle related injuries, physical and psychological trauma, patient tracking, chemical and biological threats, environmental and occupational health, intelligence, medical command and control (C2) data, personnel, unit locations and weather.

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Key FeaturesAbout
  • Standard patient search feature enables users to locate and display patient data
  • Familiar AHLTA graphic user interface
  • Read-only access to viewing a patient’s stateside medical history in the Clinical Data Repository (CDR)

AHLTA Warrior / Application Virtualization Hosting Environment (AVHE) provides military health care providers read-only access to patients' comprehensive electronic health record (EHR) from all points of care, whether worldwide, stateside or a military theater of operations.

  • Digital versions of the DD 1380 (field medical card) and SF 600 (chronological medical record of care) forms
  • View medical history, physical exam and disposition in structured data terms, including ICD-9 codes associated with diagnoses
  • Evaluate concussions and traumatic brain injuries
As the first responder's hand-held data application, AHLTA-Mobile enables users to immediately document injury, illness and care at the point of injury. It stores medical data until it can be transferred to AHLTA-T. Once AHLTA-Mobile encounters are signed and synchronized with AHLTA-T, information is distributed to the Medical Situational Awareness in the Theater (MSAT) application for medical surveillance, as well as to the Theater Medical Data Store (TMDS) where the data becomes part of a patient's longitudinal electronic health record (EHR).