Winning the contract to modernize the military’s electronic health records would be a huge coup for Cerner. One health technology website called it “among the most coveted health IT contracts in history.” But it’s a mammoth task fraught with potential pitfalls. And a contract of that size could change the culture of the company.
Winning the contract to modernize the military’s electronic health records would be a huge coup for Cerner. One health technology website called it “among the most coveted health IT contracts in history.” But it’s a mammoth task fraught with potential pitfalls. And a contract of that size could change the culture of the company. Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com
Winning the contract to modernize the military’s electronic health records would be a huge coup for Cerner. One health technology website called it “among the most coveted health IT contracts in history.” But it’s a mammoth task fraught with potential pitfalls. And a contract of that size could change the culture of the company. Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com

Cerner’s bid for Pentagon contract carries big rewards — and risks — for area company

July 18, 2015 03:23 PM