Carney has extensive experience with developing and delivering medical-related training. Our experience includes supporting various CDC course development projects as well as providing hands-on training and training content development related to emergency and combat medical training for the U.S. Army.

Tactical Combat and Trauma Medical Care

Carney is deeply committed to making a positive impact on the lives and health of the soldiers we support. An important aspect of this is to provide effective and and impactful training in the field of emergency, trauma, and combat-related medical care. Our success in training soldiers is measured by the lives saved and reductions in complications from injuries. Our capabilities and experience include being responsible for training and educating service member medical personnel. This is achieved by our dedicated employees, many of whom are former military personnel, who can utilize their firsthand experience to ensure current students received exceptional training. Carney combines classroom instruction with simulations and models to provide realistic experiences to students. Our medical care domain experts include medical specialists, licensed nurses, physician assistant subject matter experts/instructors, veterinarian technicians, veterinarians, and health service administrators among others.

Some of the areas we support include Tactical Combat Medical Care (TCMC), Brigade Combat Team Trauma Training (BCT3), Trauma Training Support Branch (T2SB), Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TC3), etc.

Additional areas of responsibility and expertise are as follows:

  • Teach and assist students when necessary in conducting physical exams (restraint, sedation, tracheal intubation, IV catheter placement, anesthesia, etc.)
  • Skills training in blood draws, injection methods, obtaining diagnostic skin scraping, ear exam, ocular care, obtaining ECG from patient, preparing patients for radiological exams, surgery preparation, surgeon support, dental exams/support, etc.
  • Lab/training material setup, cleaning, and sanitation.
  • Carney employees generally lift at least 75 pounds and are in working positions (standing, moving, carrying, etc.) throughout the entire workday.
Medical Simulations

Carney assists the military in developing, synchronizing, promulgating, and executing medical modeling and simulation policy and training strategy. This includes the coordination of medical modeling and simulation priorities and requirements; planning, coordinating, implementing, and managing live, virtual, constructive, and gaming efforts to support institutional medical training, professional military education and operational medical readiness training.

Additional areas of responsibility and expertise are as follows:

  • Serve as project leader for a medical modeling/simulation project.
  • Provide technical expertise on projects for development and application of complex combat simulations for analysis and/or training at the Army and Joint level.
  • Function as a subject matter expert on simulation methodologies representing the portrayal of military functional areas such as: medical support, medical service support, maneuver, maneuver support, operational logistics, mission command, fires, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance.
  • Perform (or supports performance of) studies involving combat developments subjects addressing scenarios and doctrine, force analysis, systems analysis, or operations analysis.
  • Research specialized areas, e.g., medical treatment, simulations, war games, combat development models, scenario development, and specific Joint service or Army-related issues. Will span the domains of doctrine, organization, training, maneuver, leadership, personnel and facilities (DOTMLPF).
  • Analyze capabilities and develop applications of major segments of complex medical simulations: plans, designs, and implement methodologies and concepts in complex computer simulations; selects or evaluates algorithms and methodologies relevant to real world environments and situations; obtains and evaluates relevant data and writes scenarios; documents methodologies, algorithms, procedures, and sources used in developing simulations; updates baseline version of simulations to reflect enhancements; archives older versions; updates documentation to reflect changes and/or enhancements; and supports analytic studies or major phases of complex studies involving broad and varied subject matter in the areas of combat developments.
  • Conducts research and development projects to advance the state of the art in development and application of complex simulations. Identifies appropriate technology and develops alternative approaches for the resolution of major simulation related problems.
Medical Training and Education

Carney provides medical training and instruction to soldiers to prepare them for the AAPC Certified Professional Coding Instructor (CPC-I) exam. Carney provides the full range of instructional design expertise, including analysis, design, and development of courses in addition to course updates and classroom instruction. Carney’s approach, in alignment with customer expectations, consists of continually promoting student development and effective use of skills in areas such as critical and analytical thinking, evaluation, communication, professionalism, customer service, computation, problem solving, and decision-making.

Additional areas of responsibility and expertise are as follows:

  • Coordinate with Government subject matter experts throughout the MEDCOM for the collaborative design and development of new products and the review of existing products for revision.
  • Research, obtain, and consolidate source content including regulations, policies, handbooks, and other reference material.
  • Performs lead role in the implementation of training.
  • Recommend revisions and updates to existing training materials.
  • Recommend new training materials and products.
  • Conduct analysis of training requirements and materials to determine organizational and program outcomes and supporting training objectives.
  • Conduct research on available training products options to include review of available DOD and commercial off-the-shelf products.
  • Develop analysis reports, lesson plans, job aids, scripts, design documents, storyboards and other documents necessary for new training product development and the revision of existing products.
  • Develop and execute approved project plans in accordance with milestone schedules and imposed deadlines.
  • Develop POI and/or DL training deliverables that meet TRADOC guidance, policy, and instructions.
  • Provide the student with timely information and feedback on his/her academic progress relative to quizzes, tests, homework and projects.

For more information, contact:

Allen Price
VP, Professional Services
Team Carney, Inc.

100 North Pitt Street, Suite 240
Alexandria, VA 22314

(703) 203-5440