The Department of Veterans Affairs is looking for deputy chief medical officer candidates to work in its Office of Electronic Health Record Modernization. They are "actively seeking" candidates in or willing to relocate to Washington, D.C.; Seattle, Washington; and St. Louis, Missouri. The new hires will help the VA finish its 10-year transition to its new patient-records system, a $10 billion electronic system aimed at synchronizing with records held by the Defense Department. These new hires will be Title 38 senior executives who oversee and execute informatics strategy and closely coordinate with DoD peers. They will work with the larger VA leadership team to manage VA's annual budget of approximately $68 billion. For more information or to apply for the jobs, visit USAJOBS.
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