InterSystems and Four Points Technology Partner on $37.7 Million Contract Renewal With Department of Veterans Affairs
InterSystems Corporation today announced that the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has renewed a contract for Four Points Technology, LLC to provide the InterSystems CACHÉ ® high—performance object database for the VistA electronic health record (EHR) system. The contract for enterprise software and maintenance services has been increased to $37.7 million for the current option period.
The leading database provider in healthcare, InterSystems develops and markets innovative database, integration and business intelligence software. In addition to CACHÉ , InterSystems offers the InterSystems HealthShare ™ platform for regional and national electronic health records, InterSystems DeepSee ™ embedded real—time business intelligence software and the InterSystems Ensemble ® rapid integration and development platform. Ensemble has been ranked number one for interface engines for the last two years by KLAS, a leader in healthcare technology research. Four Points Technology in Chantilly, Va. is a technology solutions service—disabled veteran owned small business specializing in the public sector market.
"InterSystems has been providing software products to support VA healthcare projects for more than 20 years," said Paul Grabscheid, InterSystems Vice President of Strategic Planning. "Leading the way towards truly connected healthcare, the agency is utilizing CACHÉ to develop and deploy breakthrough initiatives that have been recognized worldwide for their success in enabling optimal care delivery. We appreciate the opportunity to continue this extremely successful working partnership with our solutions partner, Four Points Technology."
"It's a pleasure to partner with InterSystems to deliver the database software that is the foundation of the VA's VistA electronic health record EHR system," said David Gilchrist, President of Four Points Technology. "VistA serves as a model for EHR technology efforts all over the world. We are looking forward to continuing our work with InterSystems on this initiative."