New Company Profile: MicroHealth, LLC

FALLS CHURCH, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Recently founded MicroHealth, LLC is a minority-owned, service disabled, veteran-owned small business with some of the world’s leading subject matter military experts in Healthcare Information Technology, Systems Integration, System Engineering, Software Development, Enterprise Architecture, Clinical Systems Training, Clinical Business Process Optimization, IM/IT Process Improvement, HIPAA, and DoD Information Assurance.

MicroHealth’s subject matter experts bring an extensive history of working in the Federal healthcare information technology environment. MicroHealth’s experts provide best-practice based information technology services focused on providing services to the Federal healthcare IT community. “We are thrilled to be part of such an exciting industry,” said retired Army officer and MicroHealth CEO Dr. Frank Tucker. “Increasing access to care and improving patient outcomes through the use of technology will play a critical role in shaping the future of healthcare in our country and MicroHealth is committed to providing top notch services that meet and exceed those goals,” he said.

While there are many companies currently occupying the Federal healthcare IT market, MicroHealth intends to offer more by providing the expertise from the pioneers of military Health IT. “At MicroHealth, we recognize the importance of having both clinical and technical experts on staff to foster innovative ideas that will solve real world problems that providers face in both the commercial and Federal sectors,” Tucker said. “Our people are second to none with a wealth of deep experience in DoD/military and VA electronic health records design, development, testing training, and implementation.”

MicroHealth is a highly qualified team of software developers, engineers, architects, system integrators, clinicians - Licensed Physician, Dentist & Practicing Physician Assistant, medical logisticians, and acquisition program managers who developed, implemented and managed some of the Nation’s largest and most complex health information systems.

“Our goal is to enhance the quality of healthcare by providing innovative health information technology critical to the decision making process for better patient outcomes. Being veteran owned, we are particularly committed to improving the care of our Nation’s heroes, their family members and retirees for their selfless service,” Tucker said.



CONTACT:

MicroHealth, LLC
Tony Meyer, 202-604-2093

KEYWORDS:   United States  North America  Virginia

INDUSTRY KEYWORDS:   Technology  Data Management  Networks  Software  Health  General Health

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