Fox Systems is Now Cognosante

MCLEAN, Va. & SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Cognosante Holdings, LLC today announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary Fox Systems, LLC, has officially changed its legal and marketing name to Cognosante, LLC. The name change marks the last step in merger activities that began in January 2010.

"The name change is significant because it unites the complementary strengths of these two healthcare information technology companies into one powerhouse brand," said Michele Kang, CEO of Cognosante Holdings and Cognosante, LLC. "We are thrilled to offer our clients the combined skills, vision, and expertise of these two companies under one name.”

Fox Systems is a long time trusted advisor of state and local agencies and CMS with a focus on modular Medicaid Management Systems and Medicaid Information Technology Architecture. Cognosante is a national thought-leader on the forefront of the latest solutions in healthcare information technology. As a systems integrator, Cognosante helps clients develop, manage, and execute complex programs such as Health Information Exchange, Health Insurance Exchange, Integrated Eligibility and Enrollment, Accountable Care Organization, and Recovery Audit Contractor.

“At this transformational time in US healthcare history, Fox Systems is proud to transition fully to the Cognosante name, home of the best minds on health," said Susan Fox, founder of Fox Systems and President of Cognosante, LLC. "We are passionate about the future of healthcare and look forward to continuing to assist our customers in implementing IT solutions that meet the array of new mandates, and most importantly, solve their problems."

About Cognosante

Cognosante is a privately held, Northern Virginia-based company that develops, manages, and executes complex healthcare information programs and infrastructures. The company's broad-based expertise includes healthcare policy, standards, interoperability, IT architecture, modular system integration, informatics, population health, Medicaid, health information exchange, health insurance exchange, NwHIN, and The Direct Project.


Cognosante, LLC
Aaron N. Daniels, EVP and CFO
[email protected]

KEYWORDS:   United States  North America  Virginia

INDUSTRY KEYWORDS:   Technology  Data Management  Software  Health  Professional Services  Other Professional Services  Managed Care



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