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Evolvent Awarded Health Information Exchange Contract
Date:8/20/2009

FALLS CHURCH, Va., Aug. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Evolvent Technologies, Inc. (Evolvent), a leading provider of healthcare information technology to the federal government, announced today that it was awarded a contract with the Department of Defense (DoD) Military Health Services for enhancements to the Bidirectional Health Information Exchange (BHIE) to further increase Veterans Affairs (VA) clinician access to DoD information on a shared patient population.

Evolvent's recent wins also include providing systems support services for VA/DoD Image Sharing initiative across multiple VA and DoD locations, as well as a BPA contract with the US Army to provide information assurance support at the US Army Medical Information Technology Center.

Evolvent's CEO, Bill Oldham, commented that: "Evolvent is proud to serve our veterans and active duty service members and their families through enhanced healthcare information exchange services and enhanced security. As connections between healthcare organizations grow in importance and healthcare information sharing dominates our national debate, we're pleased to offer compelling, cost-effective innovations that work."

Co-founder and Evolvent COO, Paul Ramsaroop added: "This is a tribute to our team and the strong contributions of our new senior leaders Dennis Eisenstein, Anna Worrell, Anna Khizhnyak, Kent Stevenson, Carolyn Melvin, and the continuing commitment of our entire executive group to drive innovation and value in healthcare IT."

These awards have added to the immense growth of the company since 2008 when it was awarded contracts for a Health Artifacts and Image Management System (HAIMS), a Neuro-Cognitive Assessment Tool (NCAT), a global Telehealth Support Services contract for the US Army, and a Virtual Worlds development program for the Defense Center of Excellence in Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury.

Mr. Oldham also emphasized that: "bringing best-in-class industry partners like Microsoft, Harris, PSI, GDIT, SAIC, CPS, IBM, and Patriot Technologies allows our team to be flexible and deliver the maximum talent to solve problems for the customer."

About Evolvent

Evolvent is a healthcare systems company with services ranging from program assessments to global technology implementations. With a large presence serving military healthcare, the VA, and private sector healthcare communities, Evolvent is a proven partner to deliver solutions and services for healthcare delivery organizations. Based in Falls Church, Virginia, Evolvent has offices in Dulles, Virginia and San Antonio, Texas and operations throughout the United States. For more information, visit www.evolvent.com.


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