BrownIT Corporation and SkillBridge, LLC have formed a strategic teaming relationship to provide cyber security training and awareness solutions to the federal healthcare IT market. This teaming agreement provides significant value for both organizations. SkillBridge brings a wealth of technical experience in developing customized training platforms as well as numerous over the counter and computer based training modules. The need for qualified cyber personnel is greater than ever in the federal government, which is exactly the market where BrownIT is embedded.
BALTIMORE, DECEMBER 19, 2013 — BrownIT Holdings Corporation announced that Mike Rogers has been confirmed as a member of the Board of Advisors.
Mark Brown, CEO of BrownIT Holdings said, “We see the addition of Mike Rogers as a natural and beneficial fit to our expansion strategy. BrownIT is seeking to develop in global and commercial markets through selected acquisitions and Mike’s expertise will prove crucial in the success of those ventures.”
BALTIMORE, DECEMBER 10, 2013 – BrownIT Holdings Corporation announced that Mark Hogan has been confirmed as a member of the Board of Directors.
Mark Brown, CEO of BrownIT Holdings said, “We are enthusiastic that Mr. Hogan has agreed to contribute his considerable talents and expertise to the board of BrownIT. His experience in the government contracting community will be invaluable to BrownIT as the company seeks aggressive expansion in the federal market.”
With the health IT arena expanding everyday, there are plenty of opportunities for contractors and other IT providers to provide new solutions to the marketplace. In addition, it is often the smaller companies who are paving the way for innovation and creating the solutions that enhance overall patient care.
The FedConnects team had the unique opportunity to speak with Mark Brown, President of BrownIT, about this and much more. BrownIT is building a solid name for itself by creating solutions that improve the quality of healthcare through innovation.
from Information Week Healthcare
Nine accountable care organizations are dropping out of a program touted as a key cost-saving element of Obamacare. Here's how three providers are using technology to stick it out.
Information technology is indispensable to the success of an accountable care organization. You can't have coordinated healthcare without the IT to back it up, and with nine of 32 pilot ACOs dropping out of the program, industry leaders are assessing what it takes to do ACOs right and what lessons they've learned so far.
BrownIT Corporation, an information technology consulting firm in the healthcare industry, has engaged K3 Strategic Development Group