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Apr 17

Updated: Apr 17

The VA Electronic Health Records Management

Remain paused until improved

Cancelled entirely

The VA Electronic Health Records Management (EHRM) system was designed to streamline patient care, creating a single record for a service member from boot camp to post-service veteran status. But the system has experienced glitches resulting in 148 instances of patient harm while only operating in a few VA facilities, with revised cost estimates up to $50 billion over 28 years. Should the VA EHRM rollout to other VA facilities remain paused until improvements are made and certified, or cancelled entirely - forfeiting the billions of dollars already spent on the program?

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