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New congressional subcommittee will oversee VA’s $10B deal to overhaul its health records

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WASHINGTON — A congressional subcommittee was established Thursday with its primary goal to oversee a multibillion-dollar project to replace the antiquated electronic health record system at the Department of Veterans Affairs.

The VA signed a contract with Cerner Corp. in May to overhaul its health record system and make it compatible with the Defense Department. Lawmakers have expressed concerns about the project because of previous failed attempts by the VA and DOD to merge their systems. https://www.stripes.com/news/new-congressional-subcommittee-will-oversee-va-s-10b-deal-to-overhaul-its-health-records-1.537317

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