DEFENSE HEALTH AGENCY

Data Networks awarded $7.1M option to support Defense Medical Information Exchange

Data Networks Inc. has received a $7.1 million option to support the Program Executive Office Department of Defense Healthcare Management Systems' Defense Medical Information Exchange in an effort to improve medical records.

The DMIX provides technical solutions for data sharing and interoperable electronic health records that will evolve with national standards, the Defense Department said in a release.

Under this contract option, the company will continue to provide a full range of systems integration and engineering support services. 

Services will include systems integration, information engineering development support, and sustainment tasks.

Work is expected to extend through February 2017.

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