Accenture Federal Services (AFS) has been granted an agreement to give program and task the executives backing to the U.S. Naval force Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED) for transformational investigation, and information driven health, and virtual healthcare activities to improve availability.
BUMED is an organization of the United States Department of the Navy that oversees health care exercises for the United States Navy and United States Marine Corps (USMC).
BUMED works clinics and other health care offices just as labs for biomedical research, and prepares and deals with the Navy’s many staff corps identified with prescription, and has 63,000 medicinal faculty and in excess of a million qualified recipients.
The honor is a five-year, uncertain conveyance/inconclusive amount (IDIQ) contract esteemed at more than $79 million.
Under the conditions of the agreement, which wound up powerful on July 3, AFS will offer help to BUMED, otherwise called Navy Medicine, as it propels health informatics, virtual health and computerized reasoning activities that engage information driven choices at the crossing points of health data innovation, persistent consideration, healthcare tasks and status.
AFS has officially gotten five errand requests supporting BUMED with human-focused structure, venture the board, and useful help to the Fleet, Fleet Marine Force, and Reserve Components for exercises including electronic health record modernization and virtual health.
These endeavors will improve health results and stretch out upgraded healthcare abilities to the ocean, war zone and to medical clinics around the world. As the glad parent of a U.S. Marine, I am pleased by these upgraded capacities.
“We are pleased to help BUMED reshape and enhance as well as to grasp current innovations that change wellbeing, early recognition, determination, treatment and clinical choice help to improve health and preparation,” clarified Jeff Plummer, Accenture Federal Services’ (AFS) Navy Medicine lead.
AFS will utilize its profound industry involvement in private-segment healthcare to help BUMED explore the move to mind models that are more information driven, understanding driven, cost-proficient and driven by innovation.