Cerner Unit Books Potential $161M VA Health Network Deployment Order

Cerner Unit Books Potential $161M VA Health Network Deployment Order

Cerner’s (Nasdaq: CERN) government services business has received a potential $161M firm-fixed-price order to help the Department of Veterans Affairs implement an enterprise health care services network at four VA medical facilities in Ohio.

VA said in an award notice posted on the beta SAM website that the order, which has a base value of $139.7M, covers deployment support for the Veterans Integrated Service Network 10 at designated VA medical centers and associated facilities.

According to the department, VISN 10 was developed as part of the department’s transformation plan for the MyVA online portal.

VISN 10 is meant to integrate healthcare services across 10 medical centers and related facilities across the Michigan, Indiana and Ohio/Northern Kentucky area.

Cerner will perform contract work through Feb. 27, 2022.

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