Orion Health gets a bite of $4.3bn Dim-sum project through Rhapsody

Orion Health has announced that its Rhapsody integration engine will act as the link between the US Department of Defense's new electronic health record and those used by civilian healthcare facilities as part of the $US4.3 billion Defense Healthcare Management System Modernization (DHMSM) project, colloquially known as Dim-sum.

The US Department of Defense (DoD) announced in July that it was awarding the contract for a commercial off-the-shelf EHR for serving military personnel to a conglomerate led by technology solutions giant Leidos in association with EHR vendor Cerner and Accenture.

Posted in New Zealand eHealth

Tags: Cerner, FHIR, Orion Health

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