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Stephen Warren: VA Seeks Vendor for New Medical Appointment Scheduling System

healthcare-systemThe Department of Veterans Affairs is seeking contractors to develop a fresh medical appointment scheduling system in an effort to help veterans gain access to healthcare services.

VA released a request for proposal for a new management-based software schedulers can use to deploy services to VA’s medical facilities, the department said Friday.

“We are seeking vendors who will work closely with us and can meet our timeline. We are dedicated to finding the right partner to help us create and implement our modern scheduling system, ” said Stephen Warren, VA chief information officer.

VA plans to close the submission of proposals on Jan. 9, 2015, and an award is scheduled by next spring.

The department designed the RFP in collaboration with the Veteran Service Organizations and the Northern Virginia Technology Council.

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