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Electronic Health Records: VA and DOD Need to Support Cost and Schedule Claims, Develop Interoperability Plans, and Improve Collaboration
Valerie C. Melvin (au)
The Depts. of Veterans Affairs (VA) and Defense (DOD) operate two of the nation's largest health care systems, serving approx. 16 million veterans and active duty service members, and their beneficiaries, at total annual costs of over $100 billion. The depts. have recognized the importance of developing capabilities for sharing electronic patient health information and have worked since 1998 to develop such capabilities. In Feb. 2011, VA and DOD initiated a program to develop a single, common electronic health record system -- iEHR -- to replace their existing health record systems. This program was to be managed by the Interagency Program Office (IPO) and implemented by 2017. However, the depts. made significant changes to the program in 2013. This report (1) describes changes to the program and evaluates the departments' current plans; and (2) determines whether the depts. are effectively collaborating on management of the program. This is a print on demand report.
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