Nextgov January 26, 2022
Frank Konkel

The latest rollout took place at multiple locations in Texas on Jan. 22. 

The Defense Department successfully deployed its new electronic health records system, the Military Health System GENESIS, to 19,000 new users across 100 locations in Texas in the department’s largest wave deployment to date.

The latest deployment, which included the Brooke Army Medical Center and Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center, went live Jan. 22 after several months of training and preparation. Developed by the Leidos Partnership for Defense Health, which includes Leidos, Cerner Corporation, Accenture, Henry Schein One and other supporting businesses, MHS GENESIS is the core software expected to standardize, integrate and make interoperable health records across the Defense and...

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