CCSi Partners to Help the VA Install Healthcare Mgmt Systems; Maggie Bauer Comments

healthcare-systemCreative Computing Solutions Inc. and SyntheSys LLC have partnered to work with the Department of Veterans Affairs on installing software and related systems to manage patient care and clinical processes.

CCSi will lead the work under a prime contract the VA awarded under its Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology, or T4, contract vehicle, the company said Tuesday.

Both companies will also work with VA business and clinical organizations to integrate flow information technology systems into their operations as part of the department’s Flow Improvement Initiative.

“Patient care is the core business of every VA hospital, ” said Maggie Bauer, senior vice president of health services at CCSi.

“We are proud to have been chosen by the VA to draw on each of our core capabilities in health services, research and analysis, business process management, informatics and training and education programs, ” Bauer added.

CCSi and SyntheSys will help the VA install the web-based Emergency Department Integration Software as an extension to a computerized patient record system that works to manage care in emergency departments.

The VA has also acquired a bed management system and a commercial-off-the-shelf variant of a surgical scheduling and patient tracking software.

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