Keyword: Department of Veterans Affairs
The Department of Veterans Affairs is launching a training program for its $16 billion Cerner EHR effort to address real-world VA healthcare challenges.
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.
Veterans Health Administration medical facilities currently have a paper medical record backlog that if stacked up would be 5.15 miles high, according to the VA OIG.
A former VA pathologist and a California neurosurgeon are both facing criminal charges in the deaths of patients.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is collaborating with the Department of Defense to adopt a healthcare logistics IT system to acquire medical supplies.
Google's DeepMind has developed an AI system that can predict the onset of acute kidney injury earlier than most doctors can spot it.
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.
The FCC will vote at a July 10 meeting on a $100 million Connected Care pilot program to develop new telehealth and virtual care programs for underserved populations, including rural residents and veterans.
In partnership with Verizon, the VA is now giving veterans who are customers of the telecommunications company unlimited access to the video telehealth service.