IncludeHealth TACFI
Award last edited on: 5/19/2023

Sponsored Program
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Principal Investigator
Ryan Eder

Company Information

Includehealth Inc

100 South Hamilton Road
Columbus, OH 43213
   (513) 253-6043
Location: Single
Congr. District: 03
County: Franklin

Phase I

Contract Number: N/A
Start Date: 8/16/2022    Completed: 12/16/2023
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Direct to Phase II

Phase II

Contract Number: FA5613-22-P-0109
Start Date: 8/16/2022    Completed: 12/16/2023
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Note - This submission is a pre-approved 2021 TACFI award from AFWERX in collaboration with 2ASOS and 711HPW extending the work from our 191-005 Phase II Contract FA86491999004. We were advised to re-submit our TACFI proposal under a D2P2 for final processing and approval through DSIP. ____________ Musculoskeletal injury (MSI) is the number one threat to an airman's tactical readiness and lethality. Each year, MSI affects 800,000 military service members leading to 2.2 million medical visits, 25 million lost duty days, and approximately $5 billion in healthcare costs. MSI is the primary reason for medical discharge from the military, accounting for 34% of the Air Force's medical discharges. MSI can cause airmen to be pulled from assignments and leads to lapses in training qualifications. Furthermore, MSI decreases mission readiness by reducing the number of airmen able to deploy at any given time. IncludeHealth’s musculoskeletal operating system (MSK-OS™) has been developed to autonomously deliver mission-specific health & performance protocols with objective data collection and real-time corrective feedback on any device with a front-facing camera and web browser. A preliminary version of this technology was first tested by the 711 HPW in DEC 2020 as the final technology deliverable in our Phase II initiative. Through this TACFI effort, we will focus on expanding this technology across four key sectors: Metric-Based Training: Expanding the system to program and measure performance-based metrics (power, velocity, work, etc) Movement Expansion: Growing the movement library for specific USAF needs Advanced Programming: Develop extended plans to auto-advance the warfighter’s training protocols based on performance outcomes Remote Expansion: Deliver these expanded capabilities both onsite and remote through warfighters' own devices (including phones, tablets and computers)