The Defense Department has again modified its schedule for deploying a commercial-off-the-shelf electronic health record system from Cerner, following technical issues identified during testing.
Called Military Health System (MHS) GENESIS, the initial deployment of DoD’s new EHR system was slated for December. But, last month, the Pentagon announced that the rollout would be delayed until February to give DoD and prime contractor Leidos additional time to resolve technical issues, including finalizing system interfaces between Cerner’s software and legacy military health systems.
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