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Mac Curtis on Vangent’s New Health Strategy and Innovation Group

Vangent is establishing a new Health Strategy and Innovation Group. According to the firm, “the new team of experts will help customers transform their clinical and public health practices by meeting the challenges associated with health information exchange and the meaningful use of electronic health records.”

“At this historic juncture in U.S. healthcare, we need innovative and visionary experts who can help our clients leverage incentives associated with the HITECH Act, fulfill the President’s vision of universal and interoperable electronic health records, and much more, ” stated Mac Curtis, President and CEO of Vangent. “We see enormous potential in helping federal and state agencies, large healthcare providers, health plans and others make the transition to evidence-based medicine that achieves real improvements in the quality and cost-effectiveness of care through innovative applications of healthcare information technology.”

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