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PFS and CVP Awarded Contract to Continue Support to VA’s Center for Care and Payment Innovation

WASHINGTON, DC – Titan Alpha, a joint venture between Prometheus Federal Services (PFS) and Customer Value Partners (CVP), was awarded a contract to support program and communications for the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Center for Care and Payment Innovation (CCPI).

CCPI plays a critical role in ensuring that VA maximizes quality of care, while balancing costs known as high-value health care and delivers needed services to Veterans. CCPI works with partners across the government and the health care industry to develop and test innovative approaches to Veteran care that cover a wide range of service areas. CCPI leads the designing, testing and implementation of pilot programs to improve health care services and payment options for Veterans.

“Continuity of support in the program’s core office functions will allow the government to continue identifying, incubating, and testing health care solutions that improve care and service delivery, reduce costs, and break barriers,” says Greg Smallwood, CEO of PFS, the managing partner of Titan Alpha. “Our continuation in this role will allow CCPI to remain compliant with its legislative mandates, grow its presence across VA, and strengthen relationships with VA offices to better serve our nation’s Veterans.”

Titan Alpha will continue to lend its leading industry expertise in program management, workgroup facilitation, communications, strategic partnerships, and outreach events to help CCPI achieve its mission to accelerate VA’s transition to high-value care that creates efficiencies, promotes equity, and achieves the best health outcomes for all Veterans.

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