The Department of Veterans Affairs has claimed incremental progress in the massive project to make health records compatible with those of the Pentagon and participating private doctors, but the ultimate cost remains in question, according to the Government Accountability Office. In a report early this month, the GAO said that the VA "lacked insight into the total costs for the current system" of electronic health records, making it difficult to predict how much more it will cost to go to a new system. It recommended that the VA "more reliably identify and report system costs," and the VA concurred. Read more on Military.com.
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