Minot, Grand Forks AFBs receive new electronic health record system
RESTON, Va. – Minot and Grand Forks Air Force bases and several other bases across the country have received a new electronic health record system known as MHS GENESIS, according to Leidos Partnership for Defense Health information.
Based in Reston, Va., the Leidos Partnership for Defense Health delivered the MHS GENESIS electronic health record this spring to an additional 10,000 clinicians and other providers as part of its most recent Wave deployment with locations in Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Texas, Utah and Wyoming.
The Leidos Partnership for Defense Health developed MHS GENESIS and has been providing program management and technical expertise to the Program Executive Office Defense Healthcare Management Systems since 2015.
The new system is currently live and operational across more than 600 military treatment facilities with more than 41,000 total active users.
MHS GENESIS is being deployed across the continental United States and overseas through a total of 23 waves. Each wave will target a specific region over one year, with an average of three hospitals and numerous physical locations for each wave. This approach enables the Department of Defense to take full advantage of lessons learned from prior waves to maximize subsequent waves’ efficiencies. Full deployment of MHS GENESIS is expected by the end of calendar year 2023.