Officials say new military health records plan on track, already showing results

 In recent months, defense and industry specialists have fielded a host of complaints from medical providers involved in the initial fielding of the new military electronic medical health record.

They say that’s good news. And they believe it is already paying dividends.

Despite rumors of problems with the new MHS Genesis system, officials involved with five-year plan to field the new records system insist the work remains on track for full service-wide use by 2022. They say the list of would-be fixes from users are all part of the pre-planned troubleshooting of the overall process, not a sign of disarray with the project.

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