FCW May 6, 2022
Adam Mazmanian

In a joint oversight report, inspectors general at the Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs say that some legacy health data isn’t being migrated to new electronic health records systems.

The new multibillion dollar electronic health records programs covering the military and veteran patient populations aren’t achieving the levels of interoperability promised by officials, according to an oversight report released on Thursday.

The Department of Defense and the Department of Veterans Affairs separately contracted to use the Cerner Millennium electronic health care system to cover more than 18 million individuals. DOD tapped Leidos to serve as integrator of the Cerner system in 2015, and VA contracted separately with Cerner in 2018. Together, the projects are estimated to cost more than...

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