VA signs $10 billion deal with NKC-based Cerner Corp. to overhaul medical records

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WASHINGTON — The government approved a $10 billion deal with Kansas City-based Cerner Corporation on Thursday to overhaul the electronic health records of millions of veterans, part of a bid to improve wait times and expand access to doctors outside the Veterans Affairs system. The aim of the contract with Cerner is to provide veterans easy access to their health records upon leaving active-duty service and when they receive medical treatment at a VA facility or a private doctor referred […]
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VA signs $10 billion deal with NKC-based Cerner Corp. to overhaul medical records

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