A fourth vendor team has jumped in the bidding process for the Department of Defense electronic health records contract, valued at up to $11 billion.

Led by PricewaterhouseCoopers, the team includes DSS Inc. and MedSphere--two vendors of commercialized software based on the Department of Veteran Affairs’ VistA EHR--and systems integrator General Dynamics Information Technology.

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