CNSI to Maintain New Hampshire Health Records Info Net; Vijay Mishra Comments

information, cyberspace, web, digitalCNSI has been awarded a contract update and maintain a health records information network for the New Hampshire State Department’s Division of Vital Records Administration.

The company will work to update the software system and its functions in order to take in new data sets, CNSI said Friday.

The contract contains a one-year base period and an optional two-year extension.

“There’s an enormous amount of mutual trust between us that allowed for the design and implementation of a truly groundbreaking system,” said Vijay Mishra, senior vice president of federal programs at CNSI.

U.S. physicians, funeral homes, hospitals, care providers and local officials use the New Hampshire Vital Records Information Network to record event data in a centralized database.

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