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8 Companies That Want A Piece Of The DoD's $11 Billion EHR Contract

With an $11 billion price tag, it's no wonder that the Department of Defense's contract to modernize the department's health system is attracting big-name solution providers and vendors. Here's who is putting themselves in the running.

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Cerner

Kansas City, Mo.-based Cerner joined with Accenture at the end of June to make a bid for the $11 billion contract. As the world's largest publicly traded health information company, Cerner's electronic health record solutions will help provide the backbone for the partnership. The $2.9 billion company already services more than 3,000 hospitals, 60,000 physicians and 3,600 extended care facilities. The Military Health System that the contract plans to replace covers around 56 hospitals and 360 clinics.

 
 
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