ITC Wins Contract to Support Coast Guard Health Services Program Electronic Health Record Acquisition (eHRa)


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The United States Coast Guard awarded IT Coalition a contract to provide program management support services that supports the Coast Guards Health Services Program implementation of an integrated Electronic Health Record Acquisition (eHRA) system to increase the efficiency and delivery of health care services to Coast Guard members.

“Having access to real time patient information is critical to a health care professional’s ability to provide effective services,” said Russ Degidio, ITC President and Military Veteran. As a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business, we understand how important health services are to military professionals and their families. We are excited about the opportunity to serve the USCG on this important effort.”

Once complete, the new eHRA system will replace the current manual paper health records (PHR) the Coast Guard uses. Under this new system, USCG will be able to secure Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and Personal Health Information (PHI), as well as interface with the DoD Military Health System and Veterans Administration (VA). IT Coalition will provide a broad range of services that includes systems acquisition, logistics and deployment management, IT systems analysis and security, organizational and change management, as well as alternative analysis support.