Kansas City, Mo.,-based Cerner Corporation has snagged a coveted multi-billion-dollar contract to overhaul the U.S. military’s electronic health records. The victory is a huge boost for Cerner, Kansas City’s fastest-growing company, and one of the top health IT firms in the country.
Kansas City, Mo.,-based Cerner Corporation has snagged a coveted multi-billion-dollar contract to overhaul the U.S. military’s electronic health records. The victory is a huge boost for Cerner, Kansas City’s fastest-growing company, and one of the top health IT firms in the country. Rich Sugg McClatchy
Kansas City, Mo.,-based Cerner Corporation has snagged a coveted multi-billion-dollar contract to overhaul the U.S. military’s electronic health records. The victory is a huge boost for Cerner, Kansas City’s fastest-growing company, and one of the top health IT firms in the country. Rich Sugg McClatchy

Missouri firm Cerner wins huge contract to revamp military health records

July 29, 2015 04:41 PM

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