Defense Health Agency Awards $1.4B Contract to Transform Health Care — Edera L3C SelectedPublished on March 28, 2022
Edera L3C, which operates the National Coordination Center (NCC), has been awarded a prime contract by Defense Health Agency (DHA) under the Program Executive Office Defense Healthcare Management Systems’ (PEO DHMS’) $1.4B Workforce 3.0 contract.
“We are honored to join PEO DHMS’ Workforce 3.0 team to create, implement, and operate new processes, methods, and world-class technologies in service of all who receive care.”
– Frances Dare, Edera’s Chief Development and Culture Officer and Executive Lead for the project.
Workforce 3.0 is designed to deliver world-class care by transforming DHA with innovative processes, methods, and best-in-class methodologies. PEO DHMS’ vision is to bring cutting-edge technology, enhanced patient and employee experience, continuous improvement, and accelerated health care information technology (IT) improvements to support DHA’s workforce of nearly 140,000 — and the nearly 9.6 million worldwide beneficiaries of the health care system.
Edera works to connect the brightest minds in health care and other industries to deliver integrated solutions for their clients. Edera thoughtfully selected numerous partner organizations, including Yale-New Haven Health Services Corporation; Center for Outcomes Research & Evaluation; Center for Medical Interoperability; NTT Data Services Federal Government LLC; Tank Design; and The Loop Company, to help complete their team.
The contract award accurately reflects Edera’s strong reputation, powerful performance, and proven capabilities in both the health information technology (HIT) and management consulting domains.
Workforce 3.0 is a five-year program, estimated to be complete in January 2028.