MEDfx CEO Colin Barry discusses Virtual Lifetime Electronic Records

MEDfx is working with federal agencies and civilian health care organizations to provider Virtual Lifetime Electronic Records (VLER) to active duty military personnel and veterans. In this podcast interview, MEDfx CEO Colin Barry discusses:

  • The nature of the problem his company is striving to solve
  • The typical use case for a veteran
  • Differences between the needs of the military and those of civilians
  • MEDfx’s role in the National Nealth Information Network
  • How the VLER project is likely to evolve over the coming years



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