“Best Value” and Past Performance have earned small minority-owned business enterprise (MBE) LOUi Consulting Group, Inc. (LCGI) its fourth consecutive multi-million-dollar electronic health records (EHR) contract with the Defense Health Agency (DHA). The DHA has awarded LCGI a $7M, 22-month contract to maintain the computer servers that gather and share crucial clinical information for thousands of U.S. servicemen and women in 36 Department of Defense (DoD) hospitals around the world. Since 2012, the Warner Robins, Georgia-based Defense Contractor has been awarded nearly $50M for its EHR expertise.”
“The contract was procured on a competitive basis and constituted LCGI’s seventh year of providing electronic health record IT support to DHA. Essentris® is the inpatient EHR system used by DoD. LCGI’s System Administration staff act as subject-matter experts on the EHR and a liaison between the manufacturer of Essentris and each Military Treatment Facility (MTF)…”
“Essentris® is designed to maintain a complete record of inpatient encounters with military healthcare providers – physicians, nurses, and staff – thus enhancing the clinical services received throughout the patients’ continuum of care. The Essentris EHR system has a comprehensive suite of modules, which include real-time heart and fetal monitoring, inpatient admissions, discharge, and transfer information, laboratory results and radiology text interpretation. There is also real-time data backup for every single transaction through Essentris…” Read the full press release here.
Source: Defense Health Agency Awards Worldwide Electronic Health Record Support Contract to LOUi Consulting Group, Inc. – March 15, 2019. PRWeb.