MYnd Analytics Lands Healthcare IT Contract Under GSA Schedule

MYnd Analytics has received a five-year contract under the General Services Administration's Federal Supply Schedule vehicle to provide the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Department of Defense with healthcare information technology services.

The contract has an option to extend for 15 years and will focus on the implementation of the Psychiatric Electroencephalographic Evaluation Registry cloud-based tool, the company said Monday.

"This contract adds MYnd’s data analysis services to the range of treatment support tools for clinicians in the federal health care system," said Patrick Herguth, CEO at MYnd.

MYnd is a predictive analytics firm that seeks to optimize mental health services using data analytics and telemedicine. The company has developed the Psychiatric EEG Evaluation Registry platform to analyze and gather data from over 11K patients to provide appropriate medication and therapy.

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