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Steve Costalas: Vencore, Havas Health Establish JV for Medical Data Analytics

healthcare-systemTYSONS CORNER, VA, Oct. 8, 2016 — Vencore and Havas Health have established a joint venture that will work to provide data analytics and predictive modeling services to support biopharmaceutical companies’ expansion into the rare-disease market, ExecutiveBiz said Thursday.

HVH Patient Precision Analytics will help clients to identify, diagnose and treat people afflicted with rare diseases by gathering, aggregating and evaluating healthcare data, Vencore said Wednesday.

Steve Costalas, a senior vice president and general counsel of Vencore, was appointed as CEO of HVH.

“Our potentially life-saving analytical tools will assist the earlier identification and diagnosis of disease in patients across the country, ” said Costalas.

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