The Leidos Partnership for Defense Health delivers the MHS GENESIS Electronic Health Record (EHR) system for the Department of Defense (DoD)
Transforming the delivery of care for nearly 10 million service members and their families
The DoD Healthcare Management System Modernization (DHMSM) program is a $4.3B initiative to deliver a state-of-the-market electronic health record (EHR) system to the Military Health System (MHS).
The MHS GENESIS system, developed by the Leidos Partnership for Defense Health, provides a single, common record of medical and dental information, connecting healthcare teams across the DoD, VA, DHS, NOAA and private sector providers. These advanced capabilities eliminate the need for data sharing, ensuring the system meets the standards of a complex security environment, at global scale, while meeting the highest standards of quality and cost.
Meet the team
The Leidos Partnership consists of four core partners—Leidos, Oracle Health, Accenture and Henry Schein One—along with approximately 30 supporting businesses.
Domain experts in Military Health Systems (MHS) and one of the largest and most experienced companies in North America at implementing EHR solutions for government and commercial customers.
A global leader in implementing change management, performing business process reengineering and providing healthcare solutions worldwide.
The leading global supplier of health care information technology solutions, connects people and systems at more than 27,500 contracted provider facilities worldwide.
Leidos Partnership for Defense Health
Together, they deliver an integrated, modern, secure health information system that includes an electronic health record system, a dental system, identity management capability, cybersecurity, and other supporting components. MHS GENESIS will serve as the system of record, providing a single, integrated solution for managing the health and military readiness of the force for DoD and the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Our team delivers secure, whole health solutions across ever-changing sites of care to improve patient outcomes and system efficiencies.