Looking to leverage her more than 15-year experience supporting VA in a range of progressively responsible roles, to include as a Director leading Biosurveillance and in support of the VA Office of Operations, Security and Preparedness, this VA exec takes on a new role as Acting Deputy CMO for...
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A year after joining HHS and kicking off a cross-country outreach tour aimed at “demystifying” its contracting process and letting those outside DC know HHS is “open for business”, this technology leader is moving back to the private sector
– Leveraging her more than two decades of experience as an AVP and VP leading business development and strategy efforts for some of the top Federal Health players in DC, this large non-profit, who specializes in keeping America on the leading edge of science and technology, has added a...
After spending 9 years in progressively responsible roles with CMS, to include 5 years as Director for the Data and Analytics Strategy Group and the last two as a Product Owner supporting QPP, this IT leader and 2018 FedHealthIT100 awardee has launched a strategy firm.
Only a few weeks left to register for this event that recognizes and honors Federal Health innovation, technology and consulting programs nominated and selected by their peers for DRIVING INNOVATION and RESULTS across the Department of Veterans Affairs, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Military Health, the Department of...
This 2018 FedHealthIT100 award winner who has led business development for several highly successful T4/T4NG prime and Federal Health focused small businesses officially opened her doors this week, launching Byrd Strategies.
With experience gained leading a $100+ million VA innovation program that provides a structured process to identify, fund, test, and evaluate innovations for all VA lines of business, this VA leader who departed this spring is now serving as a consultant.
This leader who helped the United States Digital Service to be successful by leading a team at the TAC to award their contracts has taken on a new role in Eatontown.
Offering expertise and insight gained over the past 20+ years, to include recent roles leading efforts for the CMS Center for Clinical Standards and Quality and as a Director within the CMS Information Systems Group, this recently retired Federal clinical leader has started a consulting firm.
This just makes official an announcement made at last month’s DHA Health IT SIG meeting as a new MHS GENESIS contracting lead takes over