Cerner Forms Industry Team for VA Electronic Health Care Record Modernization Effort

Cerner has formed an organization of private firms that will help perform a potential 10-year, $10B contract to modernize the Department of Veterans Affairs’ electronic health care record.

The EHR modernization team will resume the health information technology company’s work in meeting the medical needs of veterans, Cerner said Wednesday.

VA Secretary Robert Wilkie said the team will help military care facilities, VA clinics and civilian health care providers to exchange data with one another through a single longitudinal health record.

The members of the Cerner-led team are:

  • AbleVets
  • Accenture
  • ACI Federal
  • B3 Group
  • Blue Sky Innovative
  • Clarus Group
  • Forward Thinking Innovations
  • GuideHouse
  • HCTec
  • Henry Schein
  • Holland Square Group
  • HRG Technologies
  • KRM Associates
  • Leidos
  • Liberty IT Solutions
  • MedicaSoft
  • MedSys Group
  • MicroHealth
  • PM Solutions
  • Point Solutions Group
  • ProSource360
  • Sharpe Medical Consulting
  • Signature Performance
  • Thomas Riley Strategies

The EHR modernization group will present their strategy for the program during the Cerner Health Conference from Oct. 8 to 11 in Kansas, Miss.

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