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FCW : June 30, 2014
TRENTJANDA When Dr. Trent Janda walks into Lt. Cmdr. Mark Wil- liams of ce at the beginning of the week, Williams knows he had better be on his toes. "Nothing scares him more than when I come in Monday morning and say, Hey, you know, I was thinking,... " Janda said. Janda is the project manager for the Coast Guard s Integrated Health Information System (IHiS), and Williams is the technical leader. The two men meet nearly every week, and after their meetings, Williams often reaches out to the IT department to see if Janda s newest discovery can be folded into IHiS. "It s usually my job to run that to ground, get with our engineers and see if it s technically feasible and cost-effective," Williams said. "I think sometimes in the government, we re real hesitant or resistant to change so it s great to actually work with someone who s always looking forward and not afraid of new technological advances." Incorporating the newest technology into IHiS is always on Janda s mind. But it s not Janda the gear-head who keeps striving to perfect a health care management system that will integrate civilian and non-civilian records; it s Janda the physician. Besides reaching the rank of captain in the U.S. Army during eight years of service, Janda became a licensed physician in 1999 and has practiced as a family physician since 2002. "I m a provider myself, and I know it s frus- trating to keep using a system that doesn t do what you need it to do," Janda said. "You don t feel like you can deliver the care that you want 22 June 30, 2014 FCW.COM The Coast Guard is poised to begin deploying its Integrated Health Information System, thanks in large part to the drive of the service's chief medical information of cer BY REID DAVENPORT Making electronic medical records a reality
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