Lockheed Martin will continue its work as a vendor supporting the emerging nationwide health information network under two contracts totaling $9 million it has received from the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology.
The Bethesda, Md.-based firm previously worked with the MedVirginia health information exchange and Social Security Administration to build a NHIN prototype. The company also has worked on NHIN security projects.
Under the new contracts, the vendor will create new reference information software to support development, testing and adoption of future NHIN capabilities, and develop real-world demonstration programs.
More information is available at lockheedmartin.com/health.
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