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Blockchain technology has the unique potential to provide the security required in patient privacy while enabling patient data sharing. This alone enables us to see the great benefit blockchain technology could provide for the Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA). While this technology has broader applications, it can be particularly beneficial for the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) in the following ways:
In an era driven by technological innovation, the integration of wearable devices into our daily lives has revolutionized the way we approach health and wellness. Wearable health technology, once confined to basic step counters, has evolved into sophisticated devices capable of monitoring a myriad of health factors, empowering individuals to take proactive steps towards bettering their health.
It’s no secret that machine learning (ML) is emerging as a game-changer for the health IT industry. This powerful technology, a subset of artificial intelligence (AI), has the potential to transform the industry in profound ways – many of which we are already seeing.
InnoVet Health is excited to announce today that for the second year in a row we have been recognized as being among OrangeSlices’ Elev8 GovCon honorees.
In the realm of healthcare, our ongoing commitment revolves around enhancing the quality of life, not just for individual patients, but for entire populations facing similar healthcare challenges.
Among the numerous health IT projects at innoVet Health, one team truly stands out for their exceptional delivery is FMBT Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V) (Financial Management and Business Transformation independent verification and validation) team that supports the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)!
Picture this scene – A 46-year-old male veteran has developed a bilateral lower extremity swelling which has unfortunately resulted in large hives. The veteran goes to a non-VA external provider nearby who identifies that the patient has an allergy to a new medication he is on...
As a fully remote healthcare IT company, we are actively gaining excellence at balancing the demands of working a full-time job from home while maintaining a work and personal life balance. During the COVID-19 pandemic, many in the IT consulting industry transitioned into a work-from-home lifestyle, some returning to the office, but majority not.
When you ask a successful person what life experiences shaped them into becoming successful, without hesitation they will answer what stretched and grew them the most wasn’t their wins, but instead their failures. Curious, isn’t it?
IV&V stands for independent verification and validation and is testing that is performed by a third-party organization not involved in the development of the product. It is a standard software development life cycle procedure, however, is it really necessary? Could a tech company’s budget be better used elsewhere? What are the benefits of using IV&V testing?
Veterans receive the best healthcare anywhere! I know what you’re thinking. Surely, it’s because the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has an excellent healthcare system with passionate employees and unwavering federal support. While all of this is true...
InnoVet Health is excited to announce that we are now a member of BPM+Health! BPM stands for Business Process Management for Healthcare (BPM+Health) and is an IT standards development organization to introduce business process modeling into healthcare.
Innovet Health is proud to announce that it has been awarded a Prime single-vendor Data Science-as-a-Service (DSaaS) Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity Contract (IDIQ) contract with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) for the National Artificial Intelligence Institute (NAII). This IDIQ contract has five years of period of performance with one base year and four (4) option periods of twelve (12) months each.
InnoVet Health is proud to be Certified™ by Great Place to Work®. The prestigious award is based entirely on what current employees say about their experience working at InnoVet Health. Overall, 90% of employees said it’s a great place to work, compared to 57% of employees at a typical U.S.-based company.
InnoVet Health is excited to announce today that we have been recognized as being among OrangeSlices’ 2023 Elev8 GovCon honorees. This award recognizes Government Contracting companies who are #doingittherightway by...
It seems everyone is into Agile these days, InnoVet Health included. As its name suggests, Agile is the ability to create and respond to change, moving quickly and easily.
Data. Every big organization has a lot of it. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is no exception. A few years ago, the VA pioneered a project that partnered with their Corporate Data Warehouse (CDW) bringing in data from every VA hospital across the nation under one roof. Under one system.
Are we seeing artificial intelligence (AI) advances in healthcare? The truth is, from the moment AI came on the scene, developers, scientists, and investors had the healthcare industry in mind as the source of greatest impact. Our first introduction to AI software came in the form of IBM Watson, a computer system capable of answering questions posed in natural language, often in a fraction of a second.
I am often asked, “What advances are we seeing when it comes to artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare?” This is a great question and one that I love discussing as a co-founder of InnoVet Health, an AI and digital services healthcare IT company. I was originally trained as a mathematician but got converted to health informatics and AI through a little project called ILIAD.
InnoVet Health is awarded a Multiple-Award $200M SBA Enterprise Agile Delivery Services (EADS) Blanket Purchase Agreement by the Small Business Administration (SBA) to provide agile delivery services, including user centered design, agile software development, and DevOps that enables agency’s mission of serving small businesses.
For decades software developers and coders were the go-to resources for building mobile and web applications. But in today’s world that is changing. The rise of low-code and no-code platforms has changed the game in the world of application development.
Health Information Exchange (HIE) is an amazing modernization process that allows for health care professionals and patients to access and securely share a patient’s medical information electronically.
The PACT Act is all the buzz right now in the world of Veterans Affairs and for good reason – it's only the largest health care and benefit expansion in VA history!
We often ask our team what it takes to be a great consultant. You may have noticed, but the consulting industry is full of high performing individuals from impressive schools and interesting work experience. With competition like that, how are you supposed to differentiate yourself from your competitors and stand out?
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