John H. Windom

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DOD Announces EHR Interoperability Progress, Requests Input

Jennifer Bresnick | EHR Intelligence | February 7, 2014

The Department of Defense isn’t taking its spate of Congressional spankings lying down.  After more than a year of continuous criticism over its lack of progress on EHR interoperability during its will-they-won’t-they romance with the Department of Veterans Affairs, a series of optimistic press releases show the DOD’s commitment to rehabbing its image while it seems to finally be getting the project on track. Read More »

DOD Seeks Best Ideas For Electronic Health Records

Press Release | Department of Defense (DoD) | January 30, 2014

The Defense Department is releasing a draft request for proposals, or RFP, to modernize the military health system, the program manager for the effort said yesterday. Read More »

PwC Enters Competition For DoD EHR Modernization Contract

Kyle Murphy | EHR Intelligence | September 5, 2014

PricewaterhouseCooper is the latest organization to throw its hat into the ring to contend for the sizeable EHR contract offered by the Department of Defense (DoD).  PwC US is joining forces with DSS, MedSphere, and General Dynamics Information Technology to put together a competitive bid...

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Will Watson Help Solve The Mystery Of The Missing DOD EHR?

Jennifer Bresnick | EHR Intelligence | April 24, 2014

As the Department of Defense edges closer to choosing one lucky vendor to support its planned department-wide EHR system, IBM is doing some strategic shifting of its own by adding technology from its Watson supercomputer to its federal health care repertoire.  With a new request for information (RFI) released by the DOD, asking for details about infrastructure requirements to replace its aging ALHTA system, the department is putting a contract valued around $11 billion up for grabs.

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