EHR Intelligence October 12, 2020
Christopher Jason

The Federal Electronic Health Record Modernization (FEHRM) program outlined an interoperability strategy for both the VA and DoD’s upcoming EHR systems.

The Federal Electronic Health Record Modernization (FEHRM) program office has supplemented over $21 billion to modernize the Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) and Department of Defense’s (DoD) new EHR systems, according to documents originally obtained by FCW.

FEHRM took over for the Interagency Program Office in 2019, which previously managed patient data exchange and interoperability between the DoD and VA’s EHR systems, is now in charge of VA and DoD’s new Cerner Millennium EHR systems, which are both set to launch within the next few weeks.

“DOD and VA are continuing to drive toward more seamless care as patients...

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