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Leidos Rolls Out MHS Genesis at Defense Department, NOAA Locations

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Leidos Rolls Out MHS Genesis at Defense Department, NOAA Locations

The Leidos Partnership for Defense Health has implemented the Military Health System Genesis electronic health record system in seven military treatment facilities across the continental United States. With the effort’s conclusion, Leidos has fulfilled Wave Wright-Patterson, the final tranche of CONUS deployments for the Department of Defense’s EHR system.

A number of National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration facilities also received MHS Genesis.

According to a press release, more than 3,200 locations and 6.9 million DOD beneficiaries now have access to the system.

LPDH completed a deployment wave in the National Capitol Region area in April. Another round was finished in eight states in February.

Liz Porter, president of Leidos Health Group, said implementation at overseas locations is expected to be completed later in 2023. She affirmed that continuous updates are being made to meet customer expectations, Leidos said.

The DOD awarded the original 10-year, $4.3 billion MHS Genesis contract in 2015 to a team consisting of Leidos, Accenture and Cerner.

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