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Mac Curtis Breaks Down Vangent’s New DoD Healthcare Contract

Mac Curtis

Vangent picked up a contract from the Military Health System in connection with President Obama’s “Commission on Care for America’s Returning Wounded Warriors.”

The Traumatic Brain Injury/Behavioral Health (TBI/BH) Phase II Development is valued at $4.2 million.

Vangent will work to enhance the TBI/BH Clinical Documental Tool to better improve clinical workflows.

“Vangent is honored to continue supporting the Traumatic Brain Injury and Behavioral Health program to improve treatment of our military’s wounded warriors, ” CEO Mac Curtis said. “Our goal is to provide an electronic health record that ensures important health information about our wounded warriors is seamlessly provided to clinicians and healthcare providers no matter the time or place.”

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