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Matthew Maier Assumes Product Director Role at Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care

By MC4 Strategic Communications Office


On July 7, Mr. Matthew Maier assumed the charter for the Army’s Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care (MC4) Product Management Office during an assumption of charter ceremony at Fort Detrick, Maryland. Mr. Reginald Bagby, portfolio manager, Enterprise Management Systems, Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems (PEO EIS), officiated the ceremony.

“It is a great honor and privilege to assume the charter for MC4,” Maier said. “I am humbled and uniquely proud to be selected to join the distinguished and experienced team at MC4 and look forward to working together to support the health and well-being of our Army soldiers.”

MC4 integrates and fields the Army capability to digitally capture medical treatment data in operational environments, enhancing continuity of care and enabling a comprehensive lifelong electronic medical record (EMR) for Service members. Through an ongoing commitment to MC4’s mission, Maier said, the organization provides tools that are of the “utmost importance” in supporting the warfighter.

PEO EIS’ Bagby recapped the important function MC4 systems serve, stating that “EMRs impact Soldier care and give them peace of mind,” and expressed his confidence in Maier’s ability to lead the organization through the coming years.

Maier was selected through the first-ever Product Director Centralized Selection Board earlier this year. As the first civilian to lead MC4, he was entrusted with the MC4 Charter in part due to his extensive acquisition experience.

Maier said that he looks forward to transitioning MC4 into the future, including focusing on internal communications and personnel needs; providing outstanding customer service; and positioning MC4 to play a key role in the next generation electronic medical record.

Posted July 16, 2015