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MHS GENESIS to launch in February 2017

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THe Program Executive Office Defense Healthcare Management Systems announced Oct. 11, 2016, the initial deployment of MHS GENESIS, the Military Health System’s (MHS) electronic health record, will take place at Fairchild Air Force Base, Wash., in February 2017.
The updated schedule provides additional time for the DoD Healthcare Management System Modernization program and its industry partner, Leidos Partnership for Defense Health, to expand the capabilities included in initial deployment, improving the user experience for health care providers and MHS beneficiaries. MHS GENESIS is a single, integrated medical and dental electronic health record for use across the MHS.
“The time we are investing in the program now will help us ensure success in the future, providing the best possible user experience to our beneficiaries and healthcare providers from day one,” said Stacy Cummings, program executive officer, Defense Healthcare Management System.
Deployment at additional inpatient facilities in the Pacific Northwest is scheduled to start as early as June 2017. This effort now incorporates additional capabilities planned for release later in the deployment schedule. The modified schedule will not impact MHS GENESIS’ full deployment target of 2022.
 “We want to be able to provide the best possible user experience, and the additional time we are investing will help us accomplish this,” said Dr. Paul Cordts, incoming functional champion for the Military Health System. “We are working closely with our provider community to make sure the processes and workflows built into MHS GENESIS provide the best product for our medical teams on day one.” 




MHS GENESIS Fact Sheet

Fact Sheet
9/20/2016
This fact sheet describes the Department of Defense’s (DoD) electronic health record, officially named MHS GENESIS. MHS GENESIS will establish seamless medical data sharing between the DoD, Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), and the private sector.
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Joint Operational Medicine Information Systems

Fact Sheet
9/20/2016
The mission of Joint Operational Medicine Information Systems (JOMIS) is to support the planning, procurement, and deployment of the new electronic health record (EHR) and follow-on theater capabilities to Department of Defense (DoD) expeditionary locations.
Related Topics:Electronic Health Record Modernization & Interoperability

Understanding the Defense Healthcare Management Systems Program Executive Office Landscape

Fact Sheet
9/20/2016
The mission of the Defense Healthcare Management Systems (DHMS) Program Executive Office (PEO) is to efficiently improve healthcare for the active duty military, veterans, and beneficiaries by modernizing the electronic health record (EHR) for the Military Health System (MHS) and establishing seamless medical data sharing between the Department of Defense (DoD), the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), and the private sector.
Related Topics:Electronic Health Record Modernization & Interoperability

Department of Defense/Department of Veterans Affairs Interagency Program Office

Fact Sheet
9/20/2016
The mission of the DoD/VA Interagency Program Office (DoD/VA IPO) is to lead and coordinate the adoption of and contribution to national health data standards to ensure interoperability among DoD, VA, and private sector healthcare worldwide.
Related Topics:Electronic Health Record Modernization & Interoperability

Defense Medical Information Exchange

Fact Sheet
9/20/2016
The mission of the Defense Medical Information Exchange (DMIX) is to provide technical solutions for seamless data sharing and interoperable electronic health records (EHRs) that will evolve with national standards.
Related Topics:Electronic Health Record Modernization & Interoperability

DoD Healthcare Management Systems Modernization Program Office

Fact Sheet
9/20/2016
The mission of the Defense Healthcare Management Systems Modernization (DHMSM) program is to competitively acquire, test, deliver, and successfully transition to a state-of-the-market electronic health record (EHR) system.
Related Topics:Electronic Health Record Modernization & Interoperability

MHS officials delay MHS GENESIS release to improve user experience

Article
9/6/2016
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Military Health System officials cited an aggressive schedule and a need to ensure best solution for a slight delay in the rollout of MHS GENESIS
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MHS GENESIS Brand Style Guide, Version 10.0

Publication
8/15/2016
The purpose of this style guide is to establish the MHS GENESIS brand guidelines and educate its users to observe the brand standards. Branding is a key supporting element for communication, training and deployment activities.
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Naval Hospital Bremerton hosts MHS GENESIS system validation sessions

Article
8/12/2016
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Naval Hospital Bremerton hosted system validation sessions to prepare for the new DoD electronic health record, MHS GENESIS
Related Topics:Military Health System Electronic Health RecordMHS GENESIS

Patient benefits of an integrated record

Article
8/5/2016
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MHS GENESIS will help improve the quality of care we provide to our uniformed heroes, past and present, and their families
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MHS GENESIS to consolidate several systems together for one best for all in military health care

Article
8/4/2016
Stacy Cummings (left), program executive officer for the Defense Healthcare Management Systems office, Dr. William Roberts (center), Military Health System functional champion from the Defense Healthcare Management Systems office, and Air Force Col. Richard Terry (right), acting director for the Defense Health Agency’s Health Information Technology directorate, discuss the latest update to MHS GENESIS during the Defense Health Information Technology Symposium in Orlando, Florida, Aug. 4. The new electronic health records-keeping system will be rolled out MHS-wide starting at the end of this year in the northwest.
MHS GENESIS has been all the buzz at the Defense Health Information Technology Symposium in Orlando, Florida. Military Health System leaders updated attendees of the conference about the latest on the new electronic health records keeping system that is being rolled out starting in the Pacific Northwest at the end of this year.
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Military medical officials say collaboration is key to success of new health records system

Article
8/2/2016
Guy Kiyokawa, deputy director for the Defense Health Agency (far right) is joined by (from left to right) Brig. Gen. Robert Miller, Air Force Medical Operations Agency; Dr. Michael P. Malanoski, executive director for the Navy’s Bureau of Medicine and Surgery; and Brig. Gen. John Cho, the deputy chief of staff for Support, United States Army Medical Command at the Defense Health Information Technology Symposium (DHITS) in Orlando, Florida on Aug. 2, 2016.
The implementation of the new electronic health record, MHS GENESIS, is more than just a new health information technology system. The military medical services’ and the Defense Health Agency’s leadership are talking about the new system at the Defense Health Information Technology Symposium (DHITS) in Orlando, Florida.
Related Topics:Military Health System Electronic Health RecordMHS GENESIS

The Scope – PEO DHMS External Newsletter - May 2016

Newsletter
5/26/2016
Welcome to the Program Executive Office Defense Healthcare Management Systems (PEO DHMS) external newsletter, The Scope. Inside this issue you will read about the recent accomplishments of the PEO DHMS team, including the long-awaited announcement of the Department’s new electronic health record (EHR), MHS GENESIS℠. This edition also showcases the benefits of the Department of Defense (DoD) and Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) enterprise health information portal, the Joint Legacy Viewer (JLV). This application provides care teams with an integrated display of geographically dispersed data from more than 300 sources managed by the DoD, VA, and participating private sector partners. These stories, along with several others, highlight the progress of PEO DHMS.
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MHS GENESIS Electronic Health Record workshops held at Naval Hospital Bremerton

Article
5/6/2016
Along with Naval Hospital Bremerton and its Branch Health Clinics Everett and Bangor, MHS GENESIS will also be featured at Naval Hospital Oak Harbor, Madigan Army Medical Center, Puyallup Community Medical Home, and the Fairchild Air Force Base Clinic.
As one of the major military treatment facilities to implement the DoD’s MHS GENESIS EHR, Naval Hospital Bremerton hosted a model system review
Related Topics:Military Health System Electronic Health RecordMHS GENESIS BrandingMHS GENESIS

MHS partnering with Social Security Administration to improve electronic medical data sharing

Article
5/6/2016
Over the past decade, DoD and SSA have made substantial progress toward enhancing benefit support to all Service members, Veterans, and most notably to our Wounded Warriors.
DoD and SSA are committed to improving the timely processing of disability claims and access to Social Security benefits for all Service members, Veterans and eligible beneficiaries
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