Healthcare IT

Titania has established itself to be an emerging small business leader in providing Healthcare Information Technology (IT) services to the Federal government. Our extensive experience includes support to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Department of Defense (DoD). These efforts provide us with a deep understanding of government healthcare initiatives and legislation. Titania recognizes that simply being a technology provider is not enough. An effective partner must fully understand the agency’s mission and the program initiatives enacted to fulfill those goals.

Capabilities

Healthcare

  • Test Engineering of Federal Healthcare Enterprise Systems
  • Healthcare expertise in HHS/CMS security and privacy requirements and controls to include FISMA and HIPAA.
  • Agile implementation of full IT Lifecycle Strategies and Models
  • Governance services, to include the development of policies, procedures and best practices, which are validated through audits
  • CMMI and Lean Process improvement in the areas of Healthcare software development and testing processes
  • Architecture design and development of healthcare application Automated Test Frameworks (ATF)
  • Knowledge/Information Management of healthcare IT data
  • Development of Analysis and Metrics techniques and tools

Healthcare IT Related Services

CMS HIVVS
  • Conducts IV&V testing, develops software testing strategy, and conducts total testing governance for Centers for more than 30 CMS Quality Reporting Systems
  • Test tool expertise for healthcare applications in HP ALM, HP UFT, Selenium, Serena ALM
  • Architects and software developers of CMS’ HIVVS ATF using C#
  • Agile and Agile-Hybrid SMEs for CMS software development and testing
  • Developed Governance documents articulating all the policies and procedures for all contractors within the program
DoD JITC Med-COI
  • Provided the DoD’s Joint Interoperability Test Command with test and evaluation senior level expertise to support the Interagency Program Office for integrated Electronic Health Record Medical Community of Interest
  • Technical advisement to the Defense Information Systems Agency on a range of relevant integration issues, including transfer formats and acceptable encryption ciphers
  • Establishment of a common data dictionary to ensure effective and accurate medical record capture, storage, transmission, and receipt were performed correctly and created a baseline for future system integration

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