“Vecna Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of healthcare information technologies focused on patient solutions and infection surveillance, announced today it has received an Authority to Operate (ATO) from the Defense Health Agency (DHA). The ATO enables Military Treatment Facilities (MTFs) to purchase and use Vecna’s Patient Check-in System on their network. Vecna’s Patient Check-in System is available for purchase on the GSA Schedule.”
“The ATO is based on compliance with strict security requirements and risk assessments outlined in the Risk Management Framework (RMF). The RMF, a unified information security framework, was developed by the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) to help DoD and federal agencies manage and monitor information technology risks…”
“Vecna’s system is deployed to more than 1,100 DoD, VA, and civilian facilities around the world. Vecna’s technology enables patients to quickly and securely check in for all types of health care appointments, including medical clinic, dental, pharmacy, lab, radiology and more. Vecna’s system interfaces with a wide range of EHR systems, including (CHCS/AHLTA), VistA, Cerner, and many others. The system’s powerful workflow engine helps clinical staff manage patient flow, room assignments and patient visit status…” Read the full press release here.
Source: Defense Health Agency (DHA) issues new Authority to Operate (ATO) to Vecna Technologies, Inc. – July 11, 2019. Vecna.