With the Defense Department’s recent $4.3 billion award to the Leidos-Cerner team and Stage 3 to be the final stage of the Meaningful Use program, the electronic health records market is poised to enter a new era over the next few years marked by technological innovation and lower pricing models.

So argues Judy Hanover, research director of provider IT strategies at IDC Health Insights. Hanover and her colleagues at IDC just released their findings in a new report that discusses DoD’s decision to award the multibillion-dollar EHR modernization contract to Cerner, which beat out an IBM-led team that included competitor Epic Systems.

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