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ECS to Help Consolidate DHA’s Electronic Health Records; Keith Quigley Quoted

ECS has received a contract to transfer medical data from the Defense Health Agency’s legacy information technology systems to a single electronic health records platform.

The Fairfax, Virginia-based company said Wednesday it will help agency personnel decommission older EHR systems and integrate a unified database for patient records with existing agency infrastructure under the Legacy Data Consolidation Solution contract from Naval Information Warfare Center Atlantic.

Keith Quigley, senior vice president of enterprise solutions at ECS, noted that the company will support the LDCS project throughout the development, test, integration, deployment, training and sustainment phases.

ECS intends to apply the Agile software development approach to the DHA’s system consolidation effort.

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