DHA Seeks Info on Enterprise IT for Electronic Health Record Modernization

Jeff Brody

The Defense Health Agency requests input on the implementation of enterprise information technology services across the Department of Defense’s electronic health record. DHA’s Deputy Assistant Director Information Operations/J-6 aims to implement a standardized infrastructure for an EHR compliant with cost and efficiency requirements, the agency said Monday in a FedBizOpps notice.

This modernized EHR will use a data communications network and enterprise services infrastructure to support 8.6 million users and its infrastructure will consist of server hosting, end-user services and data centers.

The effort seeks to standardize DHA’s IT delivery processes, measure progress and continuously optimize operations. Interested parties may submit responses through Sept. 30.

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