VANCOUVER, BC – July 12, 2017 – HealthSpace Data Systems Ltd. (“HealthSpace”) is pleased to announce that the Virginia Department of Health (“VDH”) has signed an 18-month extension to the existing contract worth an additional $690,000US. This is the second extension to the original contract that originally expired June 30, 2015. The new extension took effect July 1, 2017 and will run until December 31, 2018.
Further, HealthSpace is in negotiation with VDH for a long-term agreement that will cover the deployment and hosting of a new HealthSpace Cloud application, HealthSpace CS Pro, across the Commonwealth.
HealthSpace President, Joseph Willmott stated “VDH is one of the largest integrated state-wide health authorities in America with 900 users, combining 35 regional health districts and serving a population of almost 9 million people. We are pleased to continue serving VDH as we transition to our new technology platform.”
HealthSpace Data Systems Ltd.
HealthSpace is an industry leading technology company currently providing inspection, information, communication and data management systems for federal, state, county and municipal governments. Over the last decade, HealthSpace has successfully developed both enterprise and mobile internetbased applications currently serving over 300 state and local government organizations across North America. HealthSpace currently offers the only integrated inspection, administration and analytics product suite across all platforms in North America. Further, HealthSpace now delivers its government grade technologies to private businesses enabling them to gain visibility and predictability into their own organizations and move from a reactive to a proactive operational status. HealthSpace continues to deliver focused service and innovative solutions to government organizations, while expanding into commercial enterprise verticals to enable new customers with proactive environmental health best practices and policies.
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