G2X TAKE: Combing through the many awards issued over the past few weeks it is hard not to notice a number of wins at the Department of Veterans Affairs for Aptive HTG, a service-disabled Veteran and woman-owned joint venture, that specializes in providing strategic Healthcare services to help clients transform systems, achieve clinical excellence and operational efficiency, improve performance and deliver quality patient care. All tasks were awarded as Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) set-aside actions against the VHA Integrated Healthcare Transformation (IHT) IDIQ.
- Aptive HTG was awarded a 3-year $4M Tele-Pain Neuromodulation Program task. Work under the award is in support of the Assisting the National Pain Management, Opioid Safety and Prescription Drug Monitoring Program to develop the future state model for tele-pain neuromodulation services.
- Aptive HTG also beat out two other bidders to be awarded a 5-year $2.4M Product Effectiveness Professional Health Business Services – Phase II task. Under this award, the team will provide mission critical support, reporting, business process engineering and day-to-day operations for the Product Effectiveness Program as it assesses programs, products and processes to ensure they meet the needs of VA stakeholders and provide business value.
- The team beat out 4 other bidders to win a $1.3M 1-year Agile Program/Project Labor-Hour Effort Support (APPLES) task. The Veterans Healthcare Administration (VHA) Office of Healthcare Transformation (OHT) helps the Secretary of the VA (SecVA) meet established priorities to provide clarity and focus, ensure organizational improvements and enable culture change. Through the APPLES program, Aptive HTG provides direct expert recommendations and supports further development and provision of program management best practices, program implementation, program evaluation, change management implementation and business processes, standards and procedures.
- Aptive HTG beat out three other bidders to be awarded a $4.4M 3-year National Virtual Specialty Care Services Program (NVSCSP) task. Work under this award is intended to help the Specialty Care Program Office create a sustainable organizational structure to provide and increase access to high quality, virtual specialty care across the national VA health care system.
- The team also beat out four other bidders to be awarded a $5.4M 3-year VHA Office of Research and Development Field Enterprise Research Support Services task. Under this award Aptive HTG will provide ORD with nationwide support for research studies and clinical trials, including study coordination, research administrative services, proposal development, research project management support, and professional education and training support.
- These wins follow a 2-year Care Coordination and Integrated Case Management Implementation task under which the team will support the Office of Nursing Services leadership in their mission of providing expertise, guidance and knowledge of nursing standards and practice to nurses’ enterprise-wide, including development of a CC&ICM guidebook that provides standardized processes and templates of the CC&ICM framework across the enterprise; and a 5-year $3M PTSD Consultation Outreach task this JV was awarded just recently.
- Closing out 2020 Aptive HTG also saw a string of wins to include a $24M VHA Policy Transformation task; $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 a 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 HTG is a joint venture between Aptive and ERPi and was among the list of firms named last summer 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.
- Aptive driven by leaders to include Nashira Nicholson; Jason Ormsby; Clive Ballard, and ERPi, led by a team that includes Tom Lapato; and Greg Jacobson were named to the list of NXT UP firms poised to make big waves in the Federal sector in 2020 and for years to come.
- We should also note that Patrick Sullivan, Vice President of Digital Services with Aptive Resources and Tom Lapato, a Vice President with Enterprise Resource Performance, Inc., were recognized among the 2020 FedHealthIT100, which recognizes those individuals who are driving change and advancement in the Federal Health Information Technology and Consulting Market.
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