Bill Boyd: Hygeia Solutions Partners to Update NIH Clinical Center’s Decision Support System

operational security1The Hygeia Solutions Partners joint venture will help the National Institutes of Health update, maintain and run an executive information system for the agency’s clinical research organization under a $3.4 million contract.

NIH awarded the multi-year EIS support contract to the venture through the Chief Information Officers – Solutions and Partners 3 contract vehicle, IntelliDyne said Wednesday.

Hygeia Solutions Partners is a joint venture of IntelliDyne, Argentys, Govplace and Earth Resources Technology.

Bill Boyd, a program manager at Hygeia Solutions Partners, said the joint venture will work to deliver business intelligence, big data management and visualization technologies to the NIH Clinical Center.

“Our goal is to help the Clinical Center better visualize their data and enable leadership to make viable informed decisions,” Boyd added.

Hygeia Solutions Partners has partnered with Qlarion to deploy tools for NIH Clinical Center personnel to manage EIS dashboards and ad hoc reports.

The facility’s executives and staff use the web-based EIS infrastructure to access hospital utilization and performance reports.

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