June 1, 2014 Arch Systems has been awarded by The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), Center for Clinical Standards and Quality (CCSQ), to provide support for the CMS Survey and Certification Group (SCG) National Surveyor Training Program (NSTP). CMS-NSTP is a multiple award indefinite- delivery / indefinite-quantity contract (IDIQ). The IDIQ has a base term of one year, four one-year option periods, and a total ceiling value for all awardees of $200 million if all options are exercised.More information at Click here
Arch Systems has been named as one of the Top 100 MBEs for 2014! Arch Systems is proud to announce that Vini and Tariq Ehsan, President and Vice President have been selected to receive the prestigious Top 100 Minority Business Enterprise Award. In its ninth year, this program is designed to acknowledge and pay tribute to outstanding women and minority business owners in Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia.
A panel of distinguished judges chose Arch Systems from 500 nominations. Selection was based on entrepreneurs who demonstrated outstanding achievement in four key areas: entrepreneurship, client satisfaction, professional, and community contributions.
March 25, 2014 Arch Systems has been awarded as a subcontractor to Koniag Services for the GSA 8(a) Streamlined Technology Acquisition Resources for Services (STARS) II contract which will cover the hosting, maintenance and enhancement of the existing Internet-based Recovery Audit Contractor (RAC) Data Warehouse as well as continuing required developments within the database of enhancements such as the inclusion of MAC workloads, upgrading of the reporting system, implementation of an edit mechanism for New Issues, creation of error reports/data integrity reports for analysis and the reorganization of RAC regions.
November 19, 2013 US Department of Defense – Arch systems has been awarded a prime contract from the Navy as a result of the Seaport e Rolling Admissions solicitation. SeaPort Enhanced (SeaPort-e) is the United States Navy's electronic platform for acquiring support services from commercial businesses in 22 functional areas.
September 11, 2013 Arch Systems, Baltimore, won a $9,910,671 federal contract from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Baltimore. As the PQRS and eRx Incentive Programs mature from “Pay-for-Reporting” to “Pay-for-Performance,” it is crucial that the data collected for these programs is handled appropriately via best practices, verified for accuracy and that measures are taken to prevent and identify improper payments. This becomes even more imperative as various data sources such as Group Practice Reporting Option (GPRO), claims; Electronic Health Records (EHR) and Data Submission Vendors (DSV) continue to feed into the programs which are then calculated, used to provide feedback to providers and, in some instances, posted publicly.
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September 16, 2013 Arch Systems won subcontracts with both Abt Associates, Inc. and RTI International on the Measure & Instrument Development and Support (MIDS) Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) . The purpose of the MIDS IDIQ Umbrella Statement of Work (USOW) is to develop outcome, process, structural, cost and composite quality measures suitable for endorsement by a consensus endorsement entity and reflective of quality care for healthcare settings, such as psychiatric hospitals, ambulatory care services, physician providers, accountable care organizations, nursing homes, home health agencies, hospice programs, long-term care hospitals, in-patient rehabilitation facilities, PPS-exempt cancer hospitals, acute care hospitals, and ambulatory surgical centers. Its purpose is to also support the collection of data that could be used to trend quality related to patient care for those patients that move across settings, as well as other uses related to cross-setting analysis. Such quality care measures would include any aspect of care that is consistent with the Institute of Medicine’s (IOM) Six Aims of Care (safety, timeliness, efficiency, effectiveness, equitability and patient centeredness), is consistent with the National Quality Strategy (NQS), and is in alignment with CMS’ three Aims (Better Care, Better Health, Lower Costs through Improvement) and Quality Measurement Strategy.