Keyword: Department of Defense
Health IT company Cerner announced a definitive agreement to acquire IT consulting and engineering firm AbleVets as a wholly owned subsidiary.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is launching a training program for its $16 billion Cerner EHR effort to address real-world VA healthcare challenges.
To get widespread acceptance, work needs to be done to validate and build trust in AI. Most critically, AI needs to build trust with clinicians and patients.
The U.S. Department of Defense's Cerner electronic health record system is now live at four new military sites in the second wave of its MHS Genesis rollout.
Florida is partnering with the military to share prescription drug data to help providers in the state combat the risk of prescription drug misuse.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is collaborating with the Department of Defense to adopt a healthcare logistics IT system to acquire medical supplies.
The VA says it will cost close to $5 billion to maintain its legacy EHR system, but the department lacks accurate cost data, a GAO report says.
Healthcare technology company Cerner's second-quarter reported revenue of $1.43 billion fell short of Wall Street estimates of $1.44 billion.
VenatoRx has a product that includes a compound called VNRX-5133, which when combined with cefepime may overcome forms of antibiotic resistance.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is moving forward with a $16 billion EHR project slated to go live at pilot sites in 10 months.