Two CMS SPARC Primes hire growth leaders

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G2X TAKE: With cautious optimism, CMS SPARC primes continue to forge ahead and add industry veterans to help support growth at CMS and across the Federal Health sector. Two more firms added senior staff this week. The first bit of news came as SB Brillient announced the addition of Sharon Jimenez to serve as Vice President of Strategy and Growth. Sharon is well known in the CMS and Federal Health market as someone who bring significant expertise and understanding that will only benefit this group.

A second notable hire this week was made by Telligen as they added Chuck Bell to serve as VP of Federal Business Development. Given his experience directly supporting CMS and across the Federal Health sector, Chuck should be able to hit the ground running as he looks to take advantage of this group’s 40 year history supporting and delivering Population Health solutions across federal and state health agencies.

In case you missed the recent interview in FedHealthIT magazine, Brian Barry, the Telligen VP for Information Management, highlights key areas of focus and investment as this group positions for future opportunity in the Federal Health marketplace. Some good tips and thoughts as we all start the pivot to FY17. You can check it out here.

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