Xerox Corp. has been selected as a prime contractor to the National Institutes of Health, supporting the information technology and business process needs of the federal health care marketplace.
Xerox can now compete for all service contracts that include: IT services for biomedical research, software development, health sciences, imaging, IT operations and integration services.
Under the contract, pre-qualified contractors are identified to simplify the acquisition process for federal government agencies.
“For more than 35 years Xerox has been a trusted provider of government health care technologies and solutions in areas that include Medicaid management information systems, pharmacy benefit management and health information exchanges,” said John Kavanaugh, group president, Xerox federal solutions, in a statement.
More than 25 federal agencies have selected Xerox to simplify their business process and IT needs, the company said.
Xerox processes more than 300 million documents for federal agencies each year, and with health care contracts in 35 states, Xerox serves 23 million program recipients, and processes 570 million Medicaid claims each year totaling more than $50 billion in provider payments.
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