How VA spent $1.1B in 6 years on EHRs it’s now trying to replace
VA paid more than two-thirds of it — $741 million — to just 15 contractors.
VA, White House explore medical record interoperability with private hospitals
VA is working with the White House's Office of American Innovation to brainstorm how it can become interoperable with private facilities.
VA official guarantees ‘100 percent’ medical record interoperability with DOD
“I expect it to be 100 percent, and I’m a veteran, so I’m banking on it," he said.
Vendor sues VA for sole-sourcing e-health modernization contract
CliniComp says the VA violated the Competition in Contracting Act of 1978, among other federal regulations, in choosing Cerner for its EHR modernization without openly competing the procurement.
VA moving to e-health record system ‘similar’ to Pentagon’s, secretary says
The VA will adopt a similar electronic health record platform to DOD's, built around the commercial off-the-shelf core system Cerner Millennium, for the modernization of its electronic health record.
U.S. Coast Guard seeks ideas for its own EHR system
The U.S. Coast Guard is looking for a solution to digitize its electronic health records that would be more interoperable with Defense and Veterans Affairs' systems.