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Horace Blackman: Lockheed Strives for ‘Timely’ VA Healthcare via MASS Contract

TYSONS CORNER, VA September 2, 2015 — Horace Blackman, vice president of health and life sciences at Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT), said the company will be working to provide “timely” public health services for retired military service members under the Department of Veterans Affairs’ Medical Appointment Scheduling System program, ExecutiveBiz reported …

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Systems Made Simple to Provide IT Support for VA Appointment Scheduling System

Systems Made Simple, a Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) company, will provide support for the Medical Appointment Scheduling System of the Department of Veterans Affairs under a potential seven-year,  $623.6 million contract. A notice posted Tuesday on FedBizOpps stated that the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity award covers information technology services for MASS, which works to ease the …

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Systems Made Simple Lands VA Caregiver, Payroll Support Contracts; Horace Blackman Comments

Systems Made Simple has been selected to sustain the Department of Veterans Affairs’ caregiver application tracker in an effort to address the growing requirements of caregivers. The CAT system works to provide resources to the caregivers who conduct in-home healthcare services for veterans through the caregiver support program, Systems Made …

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Systems Made Simple Lands 2 VA IT Support Contracts

Systems Made Simple has been awarded two contracts to help the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs update the agency’s pharmaceutical software applications and develop information technology performance monitoring metrics. The Lockheed Martin-owned (NYSE: LMT) company said it will build clinical decision support tools for VA pharmacists to crosscheck prescriptions and …

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Lockheed Completes Systems Made Simple Buy

Lockheed Martin has completed its acquisition of health information technology provider Systems Made Simple for an undisclosed amount as part of a strategy to grow government health IT offerings. The acquisition opens for Lockheed business opportunities with an IT modernization contract vehicle Systems Made Simple holds with the Department of Veterans Affairs,  Lockheed said Tuesday. Nearly …

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Marillyn Hewson: Lockheed Makes Federal Health IT Play With Buy of Systems Made Simple

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) has agreed to acquire Syracuse, New York-based health information technology services contractor Systems Made Simple for an undisclosed sum in a push to expand offerings in the federal health IT market. The companies expect to close the deal within 30 days and Systems Made Simple will …

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VA Vet Charles De Sanno Named Systems Made Simple VP for Health IT

Charles De Sanno, former executive director for enterprise systems engineering at the Department of Veterans Affairs, has joined the private sector as vice president of health IT strategy at Systems Made Simple. “We chose Mr. De Sanno to join Systems Made Simple for his expertise and vast experience in health IT …

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Systems Made Simple to Develop Veterans Affairs Web Services; Al Nardslico Comments

Systems Made Simple will work to develop and deliver a web services architecture for the Department of Veterans Affairs’ applications. The project is intended to build on Systems Made Simple’s work under the previous Benefits Gateway Services Systems Engineering and Software Development contract, the company said Tuesday. “The VA continues …

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Systems Made Simple Picked for DoD-VA Health Record Interoperability Project; Al Nardslico Comments

Systems Made Simple has won a re-compete contract to work with the departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs on a program consolidate the health records of active and retired military servicemen. SMS will provide systems engineering and technology support to the DoD-VA Interagency Program Office for the Integrated Electronic Health Record System Integration contract, SMS said …

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