Bridgemore Concepts Awarded Defense Healthcare Management System Modernization Program Subcontract

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December 3, 2015 7:47 pm

Franklin, TN, October 6th, 2015 – As a team member for the Leidos Partnership for Defense Health, Bridgemore Concepts is pleased to be part of the team that has been awarded a contract by the Department of Defense to provide an electronic health record off-the-shelf solution, integration activities and deployment across the Military Health System. The contract, known as the Defense Healthcare Management System Modernization (DHMSM), is an initiative designed to modernize the military’s healthcare system in a meaningful way, enabling patients and clinicians to capture and share health data that can improve the continuity and quality of care for those who serve and have served our country and their families.

Modernizing the medical records of the millions of service members and their families is vitally important to DoD and our nation. DHMSM will continue the DoD’s leadership in utilizing the best healthcare technology, and can help improve medical outcomes and support the medical readiness of the U.S. military.

“Bridgemore Concepts is honored to be a part of the Leidos Partnership for Defense Health,” said Tammie Osborne, CEO of Bridgemore Concepts. “We are committed to supporting our military and veteran healthcare providers and clinicians during their transition to a world class EHR solution through the DHMSM program. We are excited to partner with the Leidos team to improve healthcare and provide solutions that will fully support quality healthcare and clinical outcomes for the men and women who serve our country in addition to their families and beneficiaries.”

In Bridgemore Concepts’ role with the Leidos Partnership, Bridgemore will provide quality clinicians and healthcare technology implementation services across the country. Bridgemore team members are highly qualified to train and support other clinicians during the transition and adoption of an advanced EHR solution.

The $4.3 billion indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract has a two-year initial ordering period, with two 3-year option periods, and a two-year award term that is earned through successful performance during the previous contract periods.