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VMware’s Rob Sherry: IT Leaders, End Users Key to Manage Changes, Data Quality in EHR Modernization

Rob Sherry

TYSONS CORNER, VA, October 2, 2018 — Rob Sherry, senior director of federal healthcare at VMware (NYSE: VMW), has said information technology leaders working on electronic health record modernization should collaborate with end users to manage system changes and ensure the quality of data, ExecutiveBiz reported Sept. 20.

FedScoop reported that Sherry believes the Defense Department‘s GENESIS healthcare management system presents an example that health IT professionals can emulate in their effort to enable the sharing of EHR data that is useful to both patients and service providers.

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