Top leaders at the VA have said the recent launch of a program to replace decades-old paper health records with electronic records inevitably will come with hiccups, but they're confident and ready to ensure the effort's success.
“Veterans are in good hands,” said Capt. John Windom, USN (Ret), executive director for the VA's Office of Electronic Health Record Modernization, which will oversee the transition from the old record system to the electronic system. “I can't emphasize enough that we won't let them down. This is just too important.”
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