Vencore Among NOVA Chamber Innovation Award Finalists

The Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce has selected Vencore as one of five finalists for the Greater Washington Innovation Award in the health and life sciences category.

Vencore said Tuesday it presented the Precision Analytics technology co-developed with Havas Health to a panel of judges during an innovation showcase held March 2 as part of the selection process for NOVA Chamber’s awards program.

Oodaye Shukla, chief data scientist of Vencore and Havas Health’s joint venture HVH, demonstrated how the patient finder platform could reduce diagnosis time using a methodology to identify patients in need of certain therapies.

NOVA Chamber will host an awards ceremony on April 4 at The Hamilton in Washington, D.C.

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