Planned Systems International, a provider of information technology solutions and services to the federal government, has been awarded a contract to provide a health assessment reporting system in support of the Military Health System.
Through this award, Planned Systems International will facilitate the efficient and timely capture/analysis of self-reported health information which impacts beneficiaries across the Military Health System (MHS). The effort also outlines activities for the continuing development and maintenance of an interface between the Clinical Information Technology Program Office (CITPO)’s Clinical Data Repository (CDR) and the Executive Information and Decision Services (EIDS)’s Clinical Data Mart (CDM).
Earl Hadlock, vice president and program manager of Planned Systems International, said: This award is a significant confirmation of quality services our people have been delivering to the users of these systems. This support will help ensure the continuity of vital healthcare services across the entire military community.