guidelines. The EDS "360-Degree Healthcare Continuum" places the
citizen at the center of program services to enable more complete,
effective and efficient service delivery for HHS. Within the EDS
model, governments connect previously siloed services and solutions to
optimize the distribution of knowledge, empower consumers, improve
performance and streamline business processes.
-- ESRI, a global provider of geographic information systems (GIS)
software, provides enterprise-level geographic data management,
spatial analytics and location-aware information presentation
solutions to thousands of HHS organizations. ESRI solutions help
agencies improve the accuracy and timeliness of geographically
relevant information used to inform the public, make policy decisions,
evaluate services and initiate emergency response. ESRI deployments
include West Nile virus surveillance in Pennsylvania, Advanced
Emergency GIS (AEGIS) at Loma Linda University Medical Center, a
vaccination stockpile in Nebraska, and a public health data and
emergency management information system in South Carolina.
-- Harmony Information Systems is a provider of Web-based information
management solutions for government and private human services
organizations. Harmony has long been aligned with Microsoft's
Connected HHS Framework and vision. Harmony's enterprise approach
automates and simplifies case management and financial management
processes and creates a centralized, comprehensive client view,
resulting in improved client outcomes, more efficient service
delivery, and compliance with key funding guidelines and requirements.
Harmony solutions have been implemented in Alabama, Virginia
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