CVP to Develop Data Solutions Focused on Detecting Fraud, Waste and Abuse in Public Healthcare
Fairfax, Virginia, August 28, 2017 — The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has selected CVP to provide technology solution support to its Office of Inspector General (OIG) for reviewing and analyzing data for the prevention and detection of fraud, waste and abuse in HHS programs. CVP will be working with the OIG’s Consolidated Data Analysis Center (CDAC).
To dig into terabytes of healthcare quality and related data spanning billions of healthcare records gathered by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), CDAC uses SAS Enterprise Business Intelligence (EBI) platform to develop and host statistical and analytical tools. CDAC developers use a web-based framework for presenting and exploring the data.
CVP will help maintain and enhance CDAC’s existing analytical tools and develop new ones. It will also develop a new generation of cloud-based technologies to increase productivity and effectiveness. CDAC accesses very large datasets from multiple CMS and other data sources. CVP will provide data management services (acquire, format, and upload data), documentation services and collect metrics.
Under the contract, CVP will also provide system, architecture and user training documentation for the current systems and tools, plus any new analytical tools.
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