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ARDX® Sponsors and Is Inspired During 3rd Annual FedHealthIT Awards

By 06/19/2017February 25th, 2022News

Norfolk, VA, June 19, 2017 – Earlier this month, ARDX, a leading healthcare management and IT consulting firm, had the distinct pleasure of sponsoring the 3rd Annual FedHealthIT Awards. Hosted by FedHealthIT and G2Xchange, this event brought together more than 250 federal health leaders from both industry and government from across the technology and consulting sector to celebrate the accomplishments of 25 companies, programs, and agencies driving innovation across Veterans Affairs, Military Health, Health and Human Services, and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.

3rd Annual FedHealthIT AwardsThe event kicked-off with a moderated panel presentation featuring top industry leaders and former federal executives. Topics included transition with the new administration, legislative updates and direction, lessons learned and perspective on how both government and industry can position themselves for what is to come in the upcoming years. However, the overall underlying drive from the panel discussions was a need to drive healthcare transformation through innovation.

“We are truly honored to have ARDX sponsor the 3rd Annual FedHealthIT Awards,” states Lateefah Hughes, Vice President of Federal Services with ARDX. “True healthcare transformation begins at the federal level and it begins with innovation. This event has not only inspired us, but has confirmed that ARDX has been on the right track by encouraging our team to continue to create out-of-the-box solutions for our clients.”

For over a decade, ARDX has worked directly with agencies within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), to help navigate our nation’s evolving healthcare challenges. As a SPARC SB Prime, ARDX is energized and inspired to continue their long standing relationship HHS as it pursues new innovative solutions to address the many task orders that will be issued under this IDIQ.



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