Donald Trump apparently believes (or, at least, once believed) that Jared Kushner was the most interesting man in the world. Thus, he named Jared to chair this, that, and everything else. One of the items in Jared’s wide portfolio was to spearhead the Trump Administration’s drive for electronic medical records. In that effort, he pushed the contract for a program called the Military Heathcare Systems (MHS) GENESIS to a company called Cerner. How has that worked out so far? Not all that well.
An Initial Operational Test and Evaluation Report issued on April 30 for the Office of Secretary of Defense found that “MHS GENESIS is neither operationally effective nor operationally suitable.” Read the entire report. It’s damning.