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Optum‘s public sector business has received contracts to manage three regions of the Department of Veterans Affairs‘ network of care service providers. The company will work to manage parts of the Community Care Network, VA’s new contract vehicle for procurement of community health care services that comply with industry standards, the department said Monday. “As […] More
Optum‘s federal government health services unit has secured two contracts from the Department of Veterans Affairs to provide medical disability exams and telehealth lifestyle coaching services to military veterans. The company said Wednesday its OptumServe business will perform scheduled lifestyle consultation over the phone to help veterans who receive care from 20 VA medical facilities manage their dietary, […] More
  Optum“™s federal government health services business has renewed two of its federal health contracts with a total value of $58.7 million to extend its services to 9/11 first responders and the military. The health services provider said Tuesday OptumServe“™s Logistics Health subsidiary will participate in the World Trade Center Health Program for another two […] More
Patricia Horoho, a retired U.S. Army lieutenant general, has joined Optum to lead the company’s efforts to deliver information technology-based support services to active duty military personnel, veterans and their families. She will be responsible for helping align Optum’s healthcare technology, operations and data analytics offerings with its government support experience in efforts to develop […] More
The Department of Veterans Affairs and Optum have selected three finalists from the “Demo Day” competition of the 2nd annual Brain Trust: Pathways to InnoVAtion to pilot medical technologies that can help clinicians to prevent, diagnose or treat veterans who have experienced traumatic brain injuries. Optum said Friday The Daptly Display, Save a Warrior and King-Devick Technologies were selected out of 15 […] More
The Department of Health and Human Services has teamed up with OptumLabs, a healthcare research center co-founded by Mayo Clinic and Optum, in an effort to utilize OptumLabs’ databases of de-identified patient data for healthcare research. OptumLabs will work with HHS’ Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality to compare identified trends in the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey with […] More
Optum has expanded its portfolio of information technology services intended to help medical facilities update their IT systems for operational and clinical management. The Analytics Data Warehouse Services offering is designed to identify patient care, quality and cost trends in a hospital and the IT Infrastructure Services platform is built to standardize hospital processes, Optum […] More
Optum Labs CEO Paul Bleicher said he anticipates a growth in the research facility“™s studies on health and wellness with the recent addition of four new collaborators. Joining the innovation center“™s roster of stakeholders are the Department of Health Care Policy of Harvard Medical School, Minnetonka-based Medica Research Institute, Merck of Germany, and the University of […] More
Optum has unveiled a new health intelligence platform that is intended to help healthcare providers extract insights from large volumes of patient data. The Optum One platform is built for customers to analyze information from electronic medical record systems and make decisions based on the results by using applications, Optum said Tuesday. The technology is designed […] More
Optum has moved to grow its multichannel digital platform by purchasing a majority interest in Audax Health Solutions. Audax Founder and CEO Grant Verstandig and President and Chief Operating Officer David Ko will lead the company in serving various independent market channels, Optum said Wednesday. Verstandig said his company aims for the acquisition to further […] More
Optum has won a $4 million project to help the Maryland state government update its health care exchange, MedCity News reported Sunday. Group spokesman Matt Stearns told the publication the two-month project involves performance and stability upgrades on the website. Meredith Cohn writes the Columbia-based company is a subsidiary of UnitedHealth Group, the same […] More
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