Booz Allen Hamilton maintains a strong history and commitment of working across all government and commercial healthcare segments, helping clients respond to complex challenges.
Today, Booz Allen Hamilton announced that it has won 35 healthcare contracts, totaling more than $112 million, in August and September 2012 to support a wide range of federal healthcare agencies and private organizations.
Reggie Van Lee, Executive Vice President and head of Booz Allen’s federal health businesses said of the wins: “Booz Allen is pleased to continue to support our government clients in their core missions. These contracts demonstrate the momentum Booz Allen’s healthcare team has established, helping clients develop solutions in a complex and evolving health care environment. Booz Allen’s expertise in healthcare is drawn from more than a decade of working with the federal government and the private sector in developing innovative solutions to meet their new and ever-changing challenges.”
Notable wins include:
|Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), Consumer Information and Insurance Systems Group (CIISG) Exchange Operational Integration Support||$26 million||Booz Allen Hamilton will provide program and project management, strategic planning and analysis, communications, requirements development and analysis, business analysis, and architecture support.|
|National Institutes of Health (NIH)/U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)/National Health Lung & Blood Institute (NHLBI)||$18.5 million||Booz Allen will provide Information Technology support services to strategically inform specified audiences and other stakeholders of the groundbreaking research at the NHLBI and for the fulfillment of its mission.|
|U.S. Navy/U.S. Navy Marine Corps Public Health Center||$16.8 million||Provide resources in support of Navy Medicine: to provide an infrastructure of personnel, materials, equipment, facilities, science, and technology that will sustain an acceptable level of medical research.|
|U.S. Health and Human Services (HHS)/Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)||$16 million||Booz Allen Hamilton will fulfill the statutory and regulatory requirements of the ACA (Sec. 1311) specifically the quality rating system and quality improvement strategy.|