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integrated Electronic Health Record Increment 1

  • Investment Description

    integrated Electronic Health Record (iEHR) Increment 1 initiative completed delivery of its defined requirements in FY2014 and is entering sustainment in FY 2015. Based on departmental decision, the iEHR Increment 1 provides for Single Sign-On/Contexintegrated Electronic Health Record (iEHR) Increment 1 initiative completed delivery of its defined requirements in FY2014 and is entering sustainment in FY 2015. Based on departmental decision, the iEHR Increment 1 provides for Single Sign-On/Context Management (SSO/CM) At James A Lovell Federal Health Care Center (JAL FHCC). For transparency and delineation of responsibilities, all other functions previously reported under iEHR Increment 1 are now reported under the Defense Medical Information Exchange (DMIX) initiative. iEHR Increment's Milestone B was achieved in December 2012, and Milestone C Acquisition Decision Memorandum (ADM) was signed July 2014. During the Milestone C decision, it was decided that the iEHR Increment 1 capability would only be fielded to users at the JAL FHCC and was not authorized for implementation beyond that single site. The iEHR Increment 1 funding will continue in sustainment, post Full Deployment (FD), and includes any additional Department of Defense (DoD) specific capabilities at JAL FHCC, as well as DoD staffing for the Interagency Program Office (IPO). Stakeholders include Assistant Secretary of Defense (Health Affairs), Defense Health Agency (DHA) Military Health Systems (MHS), USD (AT&L), Program Executive Office (PEO) Defense Healthcare Management Systems ( DHMS), DoD/VA Interagency Program Office (IPO), VA, Joint Staff, Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps. Customers include the MHS and VA clinicians and beneficiaries. More..

  • FY2015 (CY) Spending

    $94.86 M

    Time frame of Investment

    2011 - 2023

  • Status

    No change in status

CIO Information

Terry Halvorsen

Agency Head

Ashton Carter

Agency

DOD

Bureau

Defense-wide

Evaluation by Agency CIO

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Current Evaluation

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Evaluation Explanation

A Significant Schedule Change was reported on January 26, 2015 due to slip in Full Deployment Decision. Deployment has been limited to one user locatiA Significant Schedule Change was reported on January 26, 2015 due to slip in Full Deployment Decision. Deployment has been limited to one user location. Very complex program; good progress burning down risk. More..

Project Summary

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  • Number of Projects

    18

  • Cost Variance

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  • Schedule Variance

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Project Name Project Life Cycle Costs Cost Variance Schedule Variance Project Status
FY13 iEHR Prime Mission Product$136.26 MGreenGreenCompleted
Defense Medical Information Exchange (DMIX)$123.03 MYellowGreenCompleted
iEHR Prime Mission Product$108.67 MGreenGreenCompleted
FY13 iEHR Program Management$36.69 MGreenGreenCompleted
FY13 iEHR System Engineering$30.11 MGreenGreenCompleted
iEHR Program Management$29.6 MGreenGreenCompleted
Electronic Health Record (EHR) Way Ahead is a proposed Major Automated Information System program. Joint DoD/VA project. AoA decision pending. This project is for Initial Planning activities.$21.93 MGreenGreenCompleted
iEHR System Engineering$17.91 MGreenGreenCompleted
Infrastructure for EHRWA (Initial Support)$12.65 MGreenGreenCompleted
FY13 iEHR System Test and Evaluation$11.02 MGreenGreenCompleted
iEHR Operational/Site Activation$10.93 MGreenGreenCompleted
Interagency Program Office (IPO)$10.2 MYellowGreenCompleted
FY13 iEHR Operational/Site Activation$8.85 MGreenGreenCompleted
iEHR System Test and Evaluation$8.45 MGreenGreenCompleted
FY15 James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center (JAL FHCC).$7.52 MGreenGreenIn-Progress
FY13 Operations and Sustainment$6.64 MGreenGreenCompleted
Operations and Sustainment$3.41 MGreenGreenCompleted
Infrastructure for EHRWA (Follow on Support)$2.95 MGreenGreenCompleted

Operational Performance

Metric Description Frequency Unit of Measure FY2015 Target Most Recent Actual Metric Status Updated Date of Most
Recent Actual *
Develop an FY15 Schedule that aligns iEHR capabiliDevelop an FY15 Schedule that aligns iEHR capability releases to with AHLTA and CHCS product upgrades/ releases to ensure capability remains useable. After Schedule is baselines, ensure that the deviation from the baseline schedule does not deviate more than 20%. More..Semi-AnnualPercentagePercentage20----
iEHR Inc. 1 sustainment activities are performed IiEHR Inc. 1 sustainment activities are performed IAW the spend plan and life cycle cost estimate (LCCE) and are completed under the planned dollar amount for the FY. More..AnnualDollarDollar40.699----
The Percentage of availability of the iEHR capabilThe Percentage of availability of the iEHR capability at JAL FHCC (excludes planned downtime and problems outside of the capabilities control (e.g. network issues)). More..MonthlyPercentagePercentage9097.75Met2015-04-30
The percentage of iEHR help desk tickets resolved The percentage of iEHR help desk tickets resolved and closed within the first 72 hours. More..QuarterlyPercentagePercentage7574Not Met2015-03-31
Receive at least semi-annual customer perspective Receive at least semi-annual customer perspective input for Program Management Review (PMR) with customer presenting feedback during PMR to PEO DHMS. Scoring is based on 0-5 with 5 as high. More..Semi-AnnualNumberNumber4----

* Value is self-reported by the agency.

Related URLs

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General InformationGeneral Informationhttp://www.defense.gov/news/ehrdodvafactsheet.pdf

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Other Investment Metrics

Category Value
Does the investment have any activities with a planned duration greater than a year?:Yes
Planned duration of the longest activity (days):676
Average planned duration of in-progress and future activities (days):364
Planned cost of one activity is greater than 25% of total planned cost of all activities?:No
Number of contracts applying modular development principles:6

All activity calculations assess only activities with no related child activities.