BMIS-TBattlefield Medical Information System-Tactical
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Data from the BMIS-T are downloaded to the next TMIP step, a laptop computer system often called the Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care (MC4) computer.
Ultimately, the medical data captured by both BMIS-T and CHCS2-T are uplinked to the Soldier's permanent medical record.
A big obstacle to using the BMIS-T is its inability to transmit data wirelessly to the CHCS2-T computers because the Bluetooth technology involved is not secure.