CONTRACT AWARD

EHR Total Solutions captures $70M health records pact

EHR Total Solutions of Arlington, Va., has won a $70 million contract to support electronic health records systems at Army, Navy and Air Force treatment facilities.

The five-year contract covers Next Generation Tri-Service workflow products and services and will support legacy and modern EHR systems.

Most of the work will take place in Falls Church, Va., as well as other locations depending on the individual task order.

Six companies bid on the contract let by the Defense Health Agency.

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