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FCW : March 15, 2015
David Bowen, the Defense Health Agency’s director of health IT, has a seriously complex to-do list BY ADAM MAZMANIAN Defense Department officials will make a decision in the summer or fall of this year to award the coveted $11 billion electronic health record contract to a team of vendors. The acquisition, called the DOD Healthcare Management System Modernization (DHMSM), is one of the most closely watched in government and industry. It is being run by a special office that reports to the undersecretary of Defense for acquisition, technology and logistics, and it has attracted bids from diverse, integrated teams across industry. Once an award is made and the initial deployment completed, it will be up to the Defense Health Agency to make it work. And that puts serious responsibilities squarely on the shoulders of David Bowen. Bowen is director of health IT at DHA, which is a relatively new entrant in the military’s alphabet soup of acronyms. It launched Oct. 1, 2013 — the same day HealthCare.gov opened for business — with the mission of very bigcontract Consolidation, culture and one 20 March 15, 2015 FCW.COM PHOTOSBYDAVIDWIEGOLD 0315fcw_020-022.indd 20 2/20/15 10:43 AM
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