Leidos to work with DHA legacy EHRs under $21.4M contract

Leidos has won a $21.4 million contract to provide sustainment to the Defense Health Agency in support of current and legacy electronic health record systems.

Under the contract, Leidos will provide overall maintenance and sustainment of legacy electronic health records for the program executive officer, defense health clinical systems.

Work will support 9.5 million beneficiaries of the Military Health System, the Defense Department said in a release.

It will support patient registration, admission, disposition and transfer, outpatient administration data, appointment scheduling, lab data, drug interaction alerts, quality assurance, radiology results, clinical dietetic administration, computerized order entry and results retrieval, the Defense Department said.

Work is expected to wrap up in October 2015.

Two companies bid on this contract.

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