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by Cerner Corporation
Published on June 5, 2017

Earlier today, the Department of Veterans Affairs announced its decision to modernize its existing health records platform by choosing Cerner's commercial off-the-shelf Millennium EHR solution.

We are honored and humbled to be selected to lead the VA's important project. We believe this project, in concert with ongoing progress towards implementing the Department of Defense's MHS GENESIS system, will lead to ongoing innovation, improved interoperability and the creation of a single longitudinal health record that can facilitate the efficient exchange of data among military care facilities and the thousands of civilian health care providers where current and former service members receive health care.

We look forward to sharing more information as we build the team of innovative and experienced partners that will join us to complete this vital work.

To read the full press release from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, click here.

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