CCSi to Manage VA’s Prosthetic Inventory; Maggie Bauer Comments

StethescopeonKeyboardCreative Computing Solutions has won six-month task order contract to manage prosthetic procurement and inventory for a Department of Veterans Affairs program.

The VA aims to  improve resource use and reduce shortage risk of prosthetic supplies in order to boost veteran care and assistance under the Prosthetics Patch 101 program, CCSi said Monday.

Maggie Bauer, senior vice president for health services at CCSi, said the company holds knowledge of how the VA’s office of information and technology works to implement standards and processes for health administration products.

CCSi will work to provide the VA assistance throughout the project’s lifecycle and help with documents, communications, the program management accountability system and risk management functions.

The company also intends to tweak the current Prosthetics VistA Suite and Prosthetics Inventory Package systems, aiming to help the VA achieve interoperability.

CCSi won the order the VA’s Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology contract, for which the company is one of 15 contractors.

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