Hygeia Solutions Partners wins $3.4M business intelligence contract

Hygeia Solutions Partners has won a $3.4 million contract to provide the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center with operations, maintenance and enhancement of its Executive Information System.

This contract was awarded under the NIH’s $20 billion CIO-SP3 contract vehicle.

Hygeia, which is made up of IntelliDyne LLC, Govplace, Argentys and Earth Resources Technology, won this contract through a partnership with Qlarion Inc., the company said in a statement.

The contract entails leading the support, maintenance, troubleshooting and infrastructure support and challenges for the Executive Information System, which is an online business intelligence tool that offers real-time reporting of key hospital performance indicators.

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