Becker's Healthcare April 30, 2024
Naomi Diaz

The Department of Veterans Affairs is still committed to its Oracle Health EHR rollout despite the need for additional improvements, The Spokesman-Review reported April 29.

“Right now, we don’t have another third health care record that we’re looking at,” Deputy Veterans Affairs Secretary Tanya Bradsher said in a meeting at a VA hospital. “We need to have an integrated health care record that we can move to right now. We’re still focused on Oracle Health. And we’re going to put our resources in on making sure that we have the health care record that our clinicians need and deserve, and so we have some work to do.”

Ms. Bradsher visited the Spokane, Wash.-based Mann-Grandstaff VA Medical Center where the...

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