G2X TAKE: Aptive HTG, a service-disabled Veteran and woman-owned joint venture, who specializes in providing strategic Healthcare services to help clients transform systems, achieve clinical excellence and operational efficiency, improve performance and deliver quality patient care, just beat out one other bidder to be awarded a 5-year task with Veterans Affairs. The task was awarded using the VHA Integrated Healthcare Transformation (IHT) IDIQ Contract.
- The Clay Hunt Suicide Prevention for American Veterans Act, or SAV Act is aimed at reducing Military and Veteran suicides and improving their access to quality mental health care. More here.
- Aptive HTG was among the list of firms named earlier this year to the $1B VHA Integrated Healthcare Transformation (IHT) IDIQ, intended to provide a vehicle for a wide range of general management and business services and solutions in the broad health care environment. Functional categories include: Health System Transformation and Innovation, Implementation and Operations Support and Specialized Health Systems Functions.
- This award is the latest in a string of task order wins on IHT for this joint venture of late to include having added $121M in VHA Office of Healthcare Transformation and High Reliability Organization support tasks to close the fiscal year, and being awarded a half dozen tasks totaling more than $20M in value on efforts ranging from VA Prevents Task Force Support task and IHT Healthcare Engineering and Facilities Programs Support, to COVID-19 Professional Support Services and PE Professional Health Business Support Services.
- Aptive and ERPi (the two Aptive HTG JV companies) were both recently named to the updated list of NXT UP firms poised to make big waves in the Federal sector in 2020 and for years to come.