SAIC's client Kaiser Permanente (KP) has set out to build an integrated, cohesive national clinical information system (NCIS) with help from multiple software vendors and service contractors.
KP issued a two-week, three-track RFP seeking to consolidate the NCIS project under a single systems integration contractor.
The RFP called for:
Ten clinical scenarios specified increasingly complex patient, population, co-morbidity, and provider situations that evolved from a single visit to multiple encounters over short and long term periods.
SAIC engaged R&D Ribitzky to lead a cross-functional Clinical Scenarios UX Track team:
SAIC won $85M contract for a National Electronic Health Record (EHR) pilot
The Commercial Healthcare business unit adopted the Clinical Scenarios UX team’s playbook
Clinical, financial, and patient experience Action Analytics project backed by Symphony Technology Group (STG) incubated at Symphony Health Solutions
Transform investor pitch to demonstrable use case app prototypes, detailed technology strategy, and sales collaterals
Illustrate feasibility of integration across M&As, multi-source fragmented data streams, and new product development
Develop high fidelity UX prototypes, solution architecture, and sales presentation for the envisioned GA product set
High-fidelity UX prototypes for cross-functional, multi-venue, enterprise-class workflow scenarios end-to-end for Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) and Referral Management.
Private Equity firm funded Symphony Performance Health (later rebranded as SPH Analytics) serving the provider, payer,
SPH Analytics acquired Voyance Health, MDdatacor, IndiGO (Archimedes business Unit) and The Myers Group; and merged with Morpace Health Division
American College of Cardiology's (ACC) National Cardiovascular Data Registry (NCDR) was created as an exploration into strategies for improving cardiovascular care through the use and application of clinical data.
A software development SMB engaged R&D Ribitzky to help it win a competitive bid against a major systems integration corporation on ACC's outsourcing RFP to design, build, implement, market, and run NCDR's operations
Establish credibility and trust in the SMB's highly differentiated cross-functional clinical, operations, and medical informatics expertise
Strategically superior proposal and communication throughout the bidding cycle
R&D Ribitzky's SMB client won ACC's NCDR outsourcing contract
To date, the world’s top cardiologists are using the NCDR and join a global community of cardiovascular professionals committed to providing quality care and improving patient outcomes.
Big-data machine-learning cluster analytics startup founded to develop long term care predictive analytics, personalized care plans. and outcomes measurement products and services for the public and private sectors worldwide.
This predictive analytics startup engaged R&D Ribitzky for help with global research network partnering
Multi-year global exclusive data supply and Joint Go To Market (JGTM) contract
U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) has set out to organize a three-day ministerial-level eHealth workshop for East Africa community nations in Kigali, Rwanda.
Linking U.S. businesses to global Infrastructure opportunities, USTDA helps companies create U.S. jobs by funding project preparation and partnership building activities that develop sustainable infrastructure and foster economic growth in partner countries.
Business Council for International Understanding (BCIU) engaged R&D Ribitzky to provide subject matter expertise required to bid on USTDA's RFP
Establish credibility and trust in BCIU's highly differentiated expertise in global eHealth
Superior proposal founded on broad and deep theoretical and experiential eHealth knowledge, educational program design, and cross-functional curriculum development
BCIU won USTDA's contract to design, organize, and produce a three-day ministerial level eHealth workshop in Kigali, Rwanda
Ministers of Health, Public Health, and ICT and their staff from the six country East Africa member nations Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda were joined by select private sector ecosystem players.