Leidos consortium wins $329 million Defence eHealth system replacement

A consortium led by technology solutions and services firm Leidos Australia has won the long-standing Joint Project 2060 (JP2060) Phase 4 eHealth system replacement for the Australian Defence Force (ADF).

The $329.6 million, seven-year contract will see the existing Defence eHealth System (DeHS) that uses the UK's EMIS practice management system replaced with a contemporary system using cloud PMS vendor MediRecords for the primary and allied healthcare requirements, telehealth specialist Coviu for the telemedicine capability and Alcidion to aggregate data from consortium partner solutions to provide a single, consolidated, longitudinal view of participant health status and history.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Coviu, MediRecords, JP2060, Department of Defence, Leidos

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