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Emergency Room Patient Care

Technatomy was tasked by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to develop a software product that tracks and manages the delivery of care to patients in VA hospital emergency rooms.
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Automating the National Eye Institute

In 2018, NEI awarded Technatomy a 3-yr digital process automation (DPA) contract to rapidly identify, design, develop, test, deploy, operate, & support critical business process management applications to improve the efficiency, transparency, & reliability of key administrative functions.
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Enabling Veterans' Prescription Flexibility

Technatomy created the new solution concept, compared alternative designs through prototyping, & evolved the existing Pharmacy Reengineering (PRE) solution—in close coordination with VA’s Veterans Health Administration, Patient Care Services, Pharmacy Benefits Management division.
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Veterans Affairs IAM Cloud Migration

This migration of IAM to VA Enterprise Cloud (VAEC), assures the government of reduced system latency, substantial cost savings, robust security and enhanced system availability. 

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  • Veterans Affairs – Bidirectional Health Information Exchange (BHIE) and Data Access Service (DAS) Systems Engineering and Implementation

    BHIE/DAS is considered an essential mission-critical interagency framework of network interconnections and intelligent middleware that allows VA and DHA systems to identify and retrieve electronic health patient records from other connected VA and DHA systems. Technatomy provided a full system architecture assessment and developed the infrastructure and Operations and Maintenance (O&M) technology refresh and sustainment roadmap. Our development of new capabilities included integration with other systems and optimizing configurations to facilitate interoperability. We regularly conducted analyses of cybersecurity and integration requirements and data exchange formats to identify opportunities for adaptive enhancements. Technatomy applied a DevOps approach that enabled continuous development and continuous integration to provide rapid, reliable, and low-risk delivery of high-quality BHIE capabilities. For example, to align the BHIE framework with new architectural standards of VA and DoD modernization initiatives, we implemented a new Health Level-7 International (HL7) Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) based infrastructure for data retrieval and exchange.

  • Veterans Affairs – System Admin Support for Identity Access Management (IAM)

    The VA required IAM systems and services to support and secure their enterprise business and Health-IT systems. Technatomy provided system engineering and maintenance support for the VA’s IAM program, which offers consistent methods for identifying over 12 million VA, DoD, business partner, and outside provider clients across the enterprise and applying and enforcing standardized access managed services to safeguard information resources. The systems secured by IAM contain millions of Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and Sensitive Personal Information (SPI) records. The IAM program consisted of 12 applications that held a FISMA High-Security Categorization. Technatomy had management responsibility of the IAM environment, including all aspects of the program schedule, performance, quality, cost, and incident management. We maintained an Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) framework that included service strategy, service design, service transition, service operation, and continual service improvement. As the primary Terremark/Azure interface, Technatomy performed management and operations of VA IT resources and IT business functions. Technatomy developed and maintained the entire inventory of IAM assets deployed within Austin Information Technology Center (AITC), Terremark, and Hines IL Data Center environments. When first awarded the contract, the IAM environment utilized the VA Cloud Bridge (Terremark) to support IAM’s tightly controlled pre-production and production environments. Technatomy designed, planned, and completed the migration of VA’s IAM from the Terremark data center to Microsoft Azure Government (MAG).

  • Veterans Affairs – Application Sustainment Testing Support Services (ASTSS)

    Technatomy provided enterprise automation testing and sustainment services for VA Office of Information and Technology (OI&T), Enterprise Program Management Office (EPMO) software products and modifications. Our testing ensured the security of numerous VA business and Health-IT systems. Our team provided functional, regression, and system integration testing. Additionally, we tested for defects that could compromise patient safety or system security, including breach of confidentiality requirements of the Privacy Act, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), and Federal Tax Information guidelines. Technatomy developed and used a Java-based Enterprise Test Automation Framework, using Rational Functional Tester (RFT) and Selenium, which operates a three-tier architecture consisting of an automation core, page/form definitions (interfaces), and test scripts. Systems tested included but were not limited to Service Medical Records Tracking System, Service Medical Record Web, Beneficiary Identification And Records Locator System, CH 33 Long Term Solution, Insurance Payment System, Management Application Decision Support System, Control of Veterans Records, Personnel Information Exchange System, and Veterans Information Portal.

  • Veterans Affairs – Development of Bed Management Solution (BMS)

    The VA’s Integrated Hospital Operating Plan (IHOP) improves the quality and efficiency of care by increasing the integration and interoperability of healthcare information systems. Multiple programs and projects have been assigned as part of IHOP, including the BMS, which ensures maximum utilization of existing bed capacity and the smooth transition of patients from the Emergency Department and Surgery to inpatient beds. BMS facilitates efficient patient flow operations and provides reports on the performance of bed management activities. Technatomy performed product development, application architecture support, software development, analysis, testing, system integration, installation, deployment, and system administration. All development work was performed in an Agile development environment according to Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and Software Engineering Institute (SEI) standards. In addition, Technatomy developed the BMS System Security Plan that defined the processes enabling security features and how to minimize the vulnerability of system components to security breaches.

  • Veterans Affairs – Interagency Comprehensive Plan (ICP) Phase I Support Services:

    The ICP is a joint VA/DoD initiative that provides a one-care plan that stays with a Service Member/Veteran (SM/V) across program transitions to ensure the SM/V and their family utilize the full breadth of care, benefits, and services options across both VA and DoD. Technatomy performed a wide range of technical and management support services to improve the processes, tools, and systems used by this ICP, including but not limited to the Federal Case Management Tool (FCMT) and Data Access Service (DAS). We supported the integration of Microsoft Dynamics to meet functionality and reporting requirements from the multiple business stakeholders of VA and DoD. Our personnel provided technical management, integration management planning support, implementation management/deployment planning support, security management planning support, configuration management planning support, test and evaluation, and transition planning support. Functional planning support services included requirements planning and management support and business analysis planning support. In addition, Technatomy provided support for project management, administrative activity, technical writing, project documentation, strategic planning, schedule management, and risk management.

  • Veterans Affairs – Veterans Health Administration, – Chief Health Informatics Office, Security Software Architecture:

    Technatomy has supported a wide range of security and privacy standard-related activities both external and internal to VA. The team focused on aspects specific to healthcare security informatics and business workflow including information models requirements and requirements management. Core tasks related to this award include support to VA’s engagement and security standards and standards influencing organizations (ANSI, INCITS, HL7, IETF, IHE, ISO, NIST, OASIS, OMG, W3C).

  • Veterans Affairs – Veterans Health Administration, SMARTForms:

    Using test patient data, Technatomy enhanced and expanded the SMARTForms repository and created and implemented six new SMARTForms for use by VA clinicians.

  • Veterans Affairs – Product Development Design Review:

    Technatomy has developed the Product Development Design Review program to implement the software design review process for the Department of Veterans Affairs.

  • Veterans Affairs – Research and Development, Major Initiative 13:

    Technatomy provided programmatic oversight responsibilities on multiple IT development, modernization and enhancement programs and projects supporting the Genomic Informatics System for Integrative Science (GenISIS), GenISIS Data Integration, Point of Care Research, VA’s Informatics and Computing Infrastructure (VINCI), Research Administrative Management System (RAMS) and the Portfolio Categorization and Reporting Tool (PCRT).

  • Veterans Affairs – Virtual Lifetime Electronic Health Record, Nation Wide Information Network Partner Gateway:

    Technatomy has supported the VLER National Wide Health Information Network Partner Integration Adapter/Gateway. We provided services including test and evaluation support for partner integration.

  • Department of Defense – Defense Health Agency, Program Executive Office, DoD Healthcare Management Systems:

    Technatomy provided a full range of program management support services to PEO DHMS Office, IPO, DMIX, DHMSM, and other related DOD organizations supporting the PEO DHMS ACAT 1 acquisition lifecycle to modernize the DoD’s electronic health records system. System acquisition support was achieved through supporting strategic planning and governance, product/project management, technical liaison, and acquisition process expertise.

  • Veterans Affairs – VistA Application Enhancements:

    Technatomy delivered several enhancements to many VistA applications, including Mental Health Application (MHA), Primary Care Management Module (PCMM), Computerized Patient Record System (CPRS), Clinical Reminders application, Patient Records Flash (PRF) application, Veterans Crisis Line (VCL) and MyHealtheVet (MHV).

  • Veterans Affairs – Information Technology Acquisition Request System:

    With the ITARS Security Review Technical Support project, Technatomy minimized security risks and vulnerabilities in IT acquisitions at VA by applying security requirements developed from the VA Directive 6500 and other relevant government security policies.

  • Veterans Affairs – System Administration Support for Identity Access Management:

    Technatomy provides management and system administration, incident response and information assurance, operation and maintenance, system monitoring, and help desk support services for all VA Identity Access Management environments. These services ensure persons with approved credentials have access to only the correct and authorized resources.

  • Veterans Affairs – Office of Cyber Security, Information Security Policy Support:

    Technatomy supported the Office of Cyber Security (OCS) Information Security Policy Support program with national security Risk Based Decision (RBD) process development, policy research, and documentation support.

  • Veterans Affairs – Veterans Benefit Administration, Virtual VA:

    Technatomy provided security management, data call, operations, maintenance, release, configuration, asset management, library, and analytical system support services for the Veterans Benefits Administration Virtual VA system.

  • Veterans Affairs – Enterprise Health Solution, Oracle/Linux Services:

    Technatomy provided daily administration and operational support for the full range of functions performed by the Enterprise Health Solutions Team and Enterprise Messaging and Collaboration Services in support of multiple patient care applications. Our support included Linux System Administration, Oracle Database Administration, and Program Administration.

  • Veterans Affairs – Service Delivery and Engineering Field Operations, Region 5 Super Migration Gateway Support:

    Technatomy provided network operations and maintenance support for the Super Migration Gateway, Citrix server farm, network management tools, and network routing infrastructure.

  • Veterans Affairs – Office of Information Security, Office of Cyber Security, Risk Management Framework Implementation:

    Technatomy provided program management support for the implementation of the Office of Information Security Risk Management Framework. Our team developed both a strategic implementation and a Risk Management Framework communications plan to include stakeholder analysis, risk planning and metrics development and standardization, and developed a Risk Management Framework awareness training curriculum.

  • Health and Human Services – Food and Drug Administration, Business Transformation:

    Technatomy helped the FDA improve operation effectiveness and organizational maturity by providing business transformation, consulting, facilitation, and program management support.

  • Veterans Affairs – Benefits Gateway Services and VETSNET:

    Technatomy provided independent validation and verification services for the Veterans Service Network (VETSNET) suite of business systems: Share, Search and Participant Profile, Modern Awards Processing Development, Rating Board Automation 2000, Awards, Finance and Accounting System, Folder Tracking Service, Common Security Services, Statement of Case, and Eligibility Verification Report. Our services included the review of all project artifacts, analytics of product development processes, code review, gate reviews meeting support, and all testing as required for Benefits Gateway Services (BGS) and VETSNET. The team also performed integration testing and end-to-end testing of the BGS web services and VETSNET applications in different environments.

  • US Treasury – Financial Management Services:

    In support of the Government Wide Accounting (GWA) project to upgrade and enhance financial reporting systems, Technatomy provides the Department of the Treasury’s Financial Management Services (FMS) bureau with database administration, applications development, and operations and maintenance (O&M) support services for eight customized financial applications. These systems support over 800 users achieving the customer’s mission critical goal of providing timely and accurate Earned Value Management (EVM) tracking and reporting.

  • US Treasury – Financial Management Services:

    In support of the Government Wide Accounting (GWA) project to upgrade and enhance financial reporting systems, Technatomy provides the Department of the Treasury’s Financial Management Services (FMS) bureau with database administration, applications development, and operations and maintenance (O&M) support services for eight customized financial applications. These systems support over 800 users achieving the customer’s mission critical goal of providing timely and accurate Earned Value Management (EVM) tracking and reporting.

  • US Treasury – Financial Crimes Enforcement Network SAS Analytics Support:

    Technatomy supported FinCEN’s mission of enhancing the integrity of financial systems by facilitating the detection and deterrence of financial crime. In order to support this mission, Technatomy used methods of quantitative and qualitative research from the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA), Money Transmitter (MT) and other financial data to assist in identifying illicit financial activities, patterns, trends and targets associated with domestic and international money laundering in the areas of the U.S. Southwest, Mexico and related regions.

  • Department of Commerce – Federal Communications Commission:

    Technatomy provided operations and maintenance support services for the FCC’s project and portfolio management tool. Technatomy also developed and implemented new configurations for the project and portfolio management tool that established a project data repository to allow projects to produce dashboards containing the required project health information for reporting to the FCC.

  • Department of the Interior – National Business Center, Federal Pay and Personnel System:

    The National Business Center’s Federal Pay and Personnel System is the most successful of the federal wide pay and personnel systems, processing well over half of the federal payroll. Because of the success of the system, the Personnel and Payroll Systems Division (PPSD) has exponentially grown their client base due to the division’s dedication to customer service and quality products. Technatomy has provided a number of systems services, such as the following: systems administration, system analysis, system development, system maintenance, system enhancements, system conversions, system migration, system integration, system documentation, and system implementation support. Technatomy also performs the customer migrations for new payroll integrations.

  • Health and Human Services – Center for Medicare and Medicaid, Financial Management Systems Group, Independent Validation and Verification and Health Integrated General Ledger Accounting System:

    Technatomy provided the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services with independent validation and verification of their Health Integrated General Ledger Accounting System (HIGLAS). Our support provided ongoing assessments of the flow of Medicare transactions regarding the HIGLAS Accounting Model, Medicare Claim Accounting Transactions structure and methodology and its applicability to the U.S. Standard General Ledger adopted for the Oracle Federal Financial COTS software being used for the HIGLAS project.

  • Veterans Affairs – Veterans Benefits Administration, Loan Guaranty:

    Technatomy provided critical software sustainment services to the Veteran’s Benefits Administration’s Loan Guaranty Service, best known for its Home Loan Benefit and Specially Adapted Housing grant administration.

  • Veterans Affairs – Centralized Administrative Accounting Transaction System:

    Technatomy updated and improved the VA Centralized Administrative Accounting Transaction System, maintaining the system’s current level of operation and ensuring a high level of quality across user, security and performance perspectives.

  • US Treasury – Internal Revenue Service, Electronic Fraud Detection:

    Technatomy leveraged our expertise in Oracle systems to provide technical support, consulting services, personnel, equipment, supplies, facilities, tools, materials, supervision, and other necessary services to support the IRS Electronic Fraud Detection System.

  • US Treasury – Internal Revenue Service, Financial Crimes Enforcement Network Circuit:

    Technatomy provided FinCEN with one 10 Gigabit (Gbps) Tnet circuit and specifically a Point-to-Point connection that will carry all backup, administrative and application network data, traffic and processing for FinCEN.

  • US Treasury – Internal Revenue Service, Virtual Data Bridge:

    Technatomy provided consulting services to improve the Virtual Data Bridge, including providing support for interviewing and gathering customer requirements, support for testing, and analytical program support.

  • Veterans Affairs – Product Development, Sustainment of CWINRS:

    Technatomy supported the maintenance and development of the Corporate, Waco, Indianapolis, Newark, Roanoke, Seattle System (CWINRS) application, accessing the Veterans Benefits Administration corporate database, and comprised of Generated Eligibility Determination (GED) Processing, Case Management, Voucher Processing, Setup and Administrations, Subsistence Allowance Awards Processing and a Benefits Delivery Network Transaction Manager (BDN) to assist with transaction processing providing access for system users at VA Central Office (VACO) and 57 VA Regional Offices (VARO) and their outstations, and for VR&E case Contractors.

  • Veterans Affairs – Human Resources Information System:

    To enhance the VA’s human resources capabilities, Technatomy provided management, functional, and technical support, as well as documentation support, project management support, IBM rational tools training and implementation support, functional management support, functional analysis, business analysis, quality assurance, technical support, system security support, implementation management, independent verification & validation test services and technical analysis. Additionally our support team provided facilitation and facilitation-related services for the HRIS Integrated Project Teams, Overarching Team, Executive Steering Committee, Technical Interchange Meetings, and Peer Reviews.

  • Veterans Affairs – Chapter 33 – Long Term Solution Application Maintenance:

    Technatomy provided full software lifecycle support to enhance Chapter 33 systems to implement sections 701 and 702 of the Choice Act. Our team also provided sustainment of the Long Term Solution source code and convergence of the VA Online Certification of Enrollment (VAONCE ) and Web Enabled Approval Management System (WEAMS) systems.

  • Veterans Affairs – Health Administration Product Enhancements, Program Management Support Services:

    Technatomy provided program and project management services in support of the ICD-10 and Electronic Data Interchange Program and Projects. Our team also provided services in support of Health Administration Product Enhancements projects for Fee Basis Purchased Care, Credentialing and Privileging Enhancements (CAPE) in VetPro, Revenue Operations, the Occupational Health & Safety Management Information (OHSMIS) system, Revenue Improvement and Systems Enhancements (RISE), Caregivers, and Compensation and Pension Record Interchange (CAPRI) Programs.

  • Department of Defense – Defense Logistics Agency, Enterprise System Account Management:

    Technatomy supported the customization of the Sun Identity Manager 5.0 commercial off-the-shelf software.

  • Department of Defense – Defense Logistics Agency, Enterprise Data Center Migration:

    Technatomy supported the migration of the Defense Logistics Agency’s enterprise data center from a commercial facility to the Defense Information Systems Agency Ogden center.

  • Department of Defense – Defense Logistics Agency, Account Management Provisioning System:

    Technatomy supported the development and maintenance of the Account Management and Provisioning System solution to automate the paper DD Form 2875 System Authorization Access Request process as well as to provide enhanced request status, account review, and improved flexibility. The system provides direct account provision for applications at the completion of the approval process.

  • Department of Defense – Defense Logistics Agency, Fusion Center:

    Technatomy was responsible for system development and support for the fusion of defense logistics data from disparate supply systems using Adobe, Oracle, JAVA, J2EE, and service oriented technologies. These services included general design and development support of automated research, review, and real-time analytical and analysis tools provided via a dashboard environment.

  • Department of Defense – Defense Logistics Agency, Center of Parts Activity:

    Technatomy provided application sustainment support services in support of DLA’s Center Of Parts Application. This web-based application is used by the Air Force to manage critical aviation items and activities. Technatomy provided a collection of services, including web design, software enhancement development, interface development, and application migration activities.

  • Department of Defense – Defense Logistics Agency, Defense Finance and Accounting System Migration:

    Technatomy provided system design and programming for the migration of Defense Finance and Accounting System to the Defense Logistics Agency’s Account Management and Provisioning System.

  • Department of Defense – Defense Logistics Agency, Identity Management Solution:

    Technatomy expanded and supported AMPS as DLA’s IDM solution. Over 100 DLA systems integrate with AMPS for various IDM tasks such as account creation, account management, and account provisioning in target systems. Technatomy expanded support for these systems. Additionally, Technatomy also integrated 120+ more DLA systems with AMPS for various IDM tasks.

  • Department of Defense – Defense Logistics Agency, Center of Parts Activity Program Management:

    The Center Of Parts Activity application is used by all three Air Force Air Logistics Centers to manage critical aviation end-items, proactively identifying potential critical past short-falls, and ensuring reporting and metrics on support levels are web-accessible. Under this contract, Technatomy provided program management support, including tasks such as maintaining documentation for help and user manuals. The team also provided system sustainment services and quality assurance services to help DLA.

  • Department of Defense – Defense Logistics Agency, Enterprise Business Analytics Fusion Center:

    Technatomy provided maintenance and sustainment of the DLA Legacy Fusion center production application and migration and troubleshoot functionality from legacy metrics reporting systems into the DLA Legacy Fusion Center.

  • Department of Defense – Defense Logistics Agency, Oracle Identity Management Solution:

    Technatomy provided expert Oracle Identity Management support to expand and support the Account Management Provisioning System (AMPS) and provide a solution for system design. The solution consisted of reviewing and proposing an optimized network and four environment infrastructure with high availability and disaster recovery. Technatomy also provided integration and communication support to current projects and future AMPS projects as well as matrix and system project support for AMPS sustainment and other AMPS DLA customers.

  • Department of Defense – Defense Logistics Agency, Account Management and Provisioning System Tier I Support:

    Technatomy has provided Tier I-III support services to the Defense Logistics Agency for DLA’s deployment of a legacy Account Management Provision System (AMPS) to “New AMPS”, DLA also required more complex Tier II support and ongoing migration of new users onto the system in support of DLA Information Operations.

  • Department of Defense – Defense Logistics Agency, Extended Business Systems, Extended Business Applications:

    Technatomy provided information technology application life cycle support for approximately 15-20 legacy applications under the J6 area of responsibility operating in various data centers.

  • Department of Commerce – National Oceanic Atmospheric Agency, Fisheries Office of Law Enforcement:

    Technatomy provided NOAA’s Department of the National Marine Fisheries Service Office of Law Enforcement with a modernized Case Management System, helping the 200 users from OLE enforce 35 environmental statutes.