EHR Intelligence April 14, 2021
Christopher Jason

The Department of Defense moved to South Dakota to begin its largest MHS GENESIS EHR implementation launch.

Following the Department of Defense’s (DoD) west coast deployment of its new EHR system, MHS GENESIS, the agency is gearing up for its most robust EHR implementation wave to date.

Ellsworth Air Force Base (28th MDG) in South Dakota will soon be one of over 200 DoD locations to deploy the new EHR platform. It will also be one of 29 healthcare treatment facilities to go live on April 24.

Colonel Robert Corby, 28th MDG commander, urged Ellsworth patients to access the new patient portal before the system goes live.

Utilizing the MHS GENESIS patient portal, Ellsworth patients can communicate with providers, schedule...

Topics: EMR / EHR, Health IT, Provider, Technology, VA / DoD
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