Customized Software

Web-based Software Applications

PIONEER’s Software Development Team has been focused on creating web-based software applications for the United States Navy (USN) for over a decade. During this time, they have converted existing USN surveys and healthcare forms, which have historically been completed with a pen and paper, into intuitive, user-friendly, web-based software applications that can be accessed remotely and analyzed quickly and efficiently. These applications have been successful because of our developers’ commitment to customer service and their desire to listen, understand, and exceed our customers’ expectations. Our developers’ expertise, customer service, and attention to detail (e.g., reducing the number of mouse clicks) allow them to deliver high-end products again and again.

Electronic Deployment Health Assessment

The Electronic Deployment Health Assessment is a web-based, enterprise software application that is based on Microsoft SQL server database and was built using Microsoft .NET framework technologies. Service members fill in these assessments via the web and the database collects and reports the information. PIONEER has also developed the EDHA application in two other platforms: Microsoft Access for deployment in inaccessible locations, and .NET Compact Edition for deployment on mobile devices. The collected EDHA data are transmitted and stored in one global EDHA SQL database. Healthcare professionals can then review the information and provide assessments. This application also provides the Navy with the information necessary to meet Department of Defense-sanctioned reporting requirements.

Internet Disease Reporting System

The internet Disease Reporting System is a web-based, enterprise software application that is engineered using Microsoft SQL Server Database, Microsoft .NET framework 3.5, JQuery, JavaScript, Ajax, and Web Services technologies. This application is used to capture health incidents (e.g., illnesses) of military personnel and their family members, and perform epidemiological studies with the information. Medical incident reports for more than 100 various diseases are available, and report analyses (including charting and data mining) can be performed in real time. This program was initially developed exclusively for the Navy; however, the Army adopted this program in 2010.