MEDDAC-AK begins preparing for MHS GENESIS
By Brandy ostanikJuly 16, 2019
FT. WAINWRIGHT, Alaska -- Military Health System Electronic Health Record Champion, Maj. Gen. Lee Payne, briefs leaders at Bassett Army Community Hospital July 10 on the transition to MHS GENESIS, the military's new electronic health record. During his visit, Payne met with leaders from Medical Department Activity - Alaska, 354th Medical Group and 168th Air National Guard to discuss the upcoming implementation scheduled for October 2020. When fully deployed, MHS GENESIS will provide a single health record for service members, veterans, and their families while integrating all aspects of care in the Military Health System.
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