Cerner wins Military Health System contract

The Defense Health Agency has awarded Cerner a contract to replace the Military Health System's anatomic pathology laboratory information system.

All Department of Defense military treatment facility anatomic pathology laboratories worldwide will deploy Cerner's CoPathPlus software, which offers anatomic pathology workflow automation, management reporting and quality-assurance functionality. Cerner will issue software licenses and implement server hardware, peripheral equipment and services.

"We are proud to be the DoD's anatomic pathology laboratory solutions provider of choice, said Travis Dalton, vice president of Cerner.

This contract is separate from the DOD's Defense Healthcare Management System Modernization project, for which Cerner has submitted a bid on a team with Leidos, Accenture and Henry Schein.

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