After two attempts over 13 years, the Department of Defense has still not succeeded in implementing a comprehensive, integrated electronic health record covering the continuum of care across the Military Health System.
Now, as DOD readies a third try, the weaknesses in acquisition management and planning processes that hindered the first two attempts remain, according to the General Accountability Office, an investigatory arm of Congress.
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