ICF won a $33 million recompete contract with the Department of Health and Human Services to continue the modernization of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid system for kidney dialysis data.
The contract has a term of three years, including a 1-year base and two 1-year options.
ICF is building an Amazon Web Services cloud-based solution for CMS’ End Stage Renal Disease Quality Reporting System, which aims to quickly collect, analyze and synthesize large amounts of patient data.
Better and quicker access to this data will enable physicians, transplant centers and dialysis organizations to quickly match patients with service providers, improving patient care quality and cutting costs.
“ICF is proud to collaborate with CMS on multiple digital modernization efforts that allow us to combine our cloud and advanced analytics services with our deep health expertise to drive agile, scalable solutions that improve the quality of patient care and accelerate positive health outcomes,” said ICF Chief Operating Officer James Morgan. “At ICF, our goal is never to just get the job done; it is to make a real difference in people’s lives. We look forward to doing just that through our continued partnership with CMS.”
ICF has deployed hundreds of cloud migration implementations across numerous federal agencies, helping their mission success. As an AWS Advanced Tier Services Partner, ICF has over 230 certifications and 260 accreditations.