“A Leidos-led consortium has won a $329 million deal to deliver a new e-health records platform for the 80,000 deployed and non-deployed personnel in the Australia Defence Force (ADF).”
“iTnews can reveal the systems integrator, together with partners MediRecords, Coviu and Nous Group, secured the contract for the system, which is officially known as the Health Knowledge Management (HKM) solution, at the end of last year.”
“The significant deal was recently made public through the federal government’s procurement website AusTender, without an accompanying announcement from the Department of Defence.”
“A spokesperson told iTnews the contract followed first pass approval for the HKM solution, which represents the final component of a multi-year, billion-dollar JP2060 deployed health capability project.”
“Defence JP2060 phase four – health knowledge management – received government second pass approval in December 2021,” the Defence spokesperson said…” Read the full article here.
Source: Leidos-led consortium scores $329m Defence e-health records deal – By Justin Hendry, May 3, 2022. iTnews.