The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) selected CORMAC as an awardee for a 5-year, $500 Million ceiling Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) to provide Data Analytics Supporting Healthcare (DASH). DASH aims to provide a commercial, streamlined process to support CMS Quality Related Initiatives with the need for agile delivery services, including IT management and governance, business process analysis, Human-Centered Design (HCD), agile solution architecture and design, agile application development and configuration, analytics and reporting, integration, and DevOps.
The CMS Center for Clinical Standards and Quality (CCSQ) is committed to serving the public by improving beneficiary outcomes, while reducing healthcare costs. DASH will tackle the analytics and reporting needs of a wide range of users and stakeholders supporting key processes within the CCSQProgram.
Under this contract, CORMAC will help CMS prioritize patients and support healthcare providers through the following tasks:
These services will be available to CMS components with a quality related initiative and Federal agency partners sharing a collaborative CMS quality related initiative need. During the procurement process, CORMAC demonstrated a high confidence in the ability to implement application platforms, provide IT development services and products, utilize HCD thinking and Agile Software Development processes that achieve results through continuous capability enhancements, minimal downtime, prompt response to emerging needs, reliability, and optimized performance with minimal resource utilization.
We are excited to support the development and maintenance of the CCSQ vision and mission for the development and implementation of a cohesive approach to measuring and promoting healthcare quality.
CORMAC’s President, Mr. Dominic Raj stated that “This award builds on CORMAC’s 20-year track record of successful health data management and analytics solutions. We are grateful and excited for the opportunity to support CMS in transforming their operations and improving healthcare quality through innovation.”News