Modern healthcare demands innovative IT solutions. IntelliDyne implements and manages IT systems in both military and civilian healthcare sectors to support a wide range of needs, from electronic health records and telemedicine to reliable and secure communications that deliver effective managed care.

Civilian Agency Support

Along with our technology partners, IntelliDyne serves units within the National Institutes of Health (NIH). This work for civilian agencies includes enterprise infrastructure management, systems engineering, software application development, cloud computing, and cyber and physical security. Our goal in these efforts is to reinvent federal agencies’ IT services to deliver superior quality for substantially lower level of effort, enabling the role of the CIO to shift from infrastructure operator to scientific mission innovator.

Serving the Defense Health Agency

IntelliDyne is proud that our technology solutions have helped the Defense Health Agency (DHA) to fulfill its mission. In the federal sector, IntelliDyne supports DHA’s goal to

“achieve greater integration of our direct and purchased health care delivery systems so that we accomplish the Department's Quadruple Aim: achieve medical readiness, improve the health of our people, enhance the experience of care, and lower our healthcare costs.”

The DHA is a joint, integrated Combat Support Agency that enables the Army, Navy, and Air Force medical services to provide integrated healthcare to Combatant Commands in both peacetime and wartime. The DHA delivers affordable, high-quality health services to Military Health System (MHS) beneficiaries.

IntelliDyne Healthcare IT Services

IntelliDyne provides the entire spectrum of services that helps DHA fulfill its mission. In our work for DHA, we:

  • design, test, install, upgrade, and sustain the worldwide DHA communications and computer infrastructure that provides users throughout the agency easy access to healthcare information
  • support the integration of all desk side support and program management
  • support network security and infrastructure assurance activities including risk management framework support, in-room video teleconferencing support, Defense Health Headquarters site asset management, and network/systems engineering
  • provide reliable and secure communications in order to respond to the emergence of new clinical practices, support of managed care, emerging technologies, evolving standards, and external events that improve customer services and lower costs of health care delivery

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