Neil Hoosier & Associates, Inc. (NHA) is a small, SBA 8(a) certified and minority-owned business built on a tradition of reliability, accuracy, and responsiveness to the needs of our clients. We have delivered 20 years of top-notch performance within the public sector, particularly for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), as well as for consulting firms, insurers, employers, and healthcare companies. Our talented staff offers business and IT solutions to Federal, State, and commercial organizations within the framework of a process improvement culture. We leverage our unrivaled expertise, extensive capabilities, and innovative solutions to ensure that our clients achieve their goals while saving money in the process.
We share in our clients’ success and we are committed to achieving results and exceeding our clients’ expectations.
Our client relationships are true partnerships. We foster open communication, listen to feedback and facilitate the sharing of ideas.
We pride ourselves on being nimble enough to meet the continually changing needs of our clients.
We believe in honesty and transparency and are always committed to doing business the right way.
We are committed to producing work of the highest quality that our clients can rely on.
We embrace and are committed to giving back to our local communities.
CIO-SP3 is administered by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Information Technology Assessment and Acquisition Center (NITAAC) and offers all agencies a streamlined mechanism for procuring IT services and solutions for the best value. CIO-SP3 offers government agencies an unprecedented breadth of IT that supports the Federal Enterprise Architecture, the Federal Health Architecture, and the DoD Enterprise Architecture, and it can be used to meet the requirements of agencies with Data Center Consolidation, Cloud Computing, Health IT, Mobility, and Cybersecurity needs.
NHA has come together with FEI Systems to form FEI-NHA, a joint venture that offers a range of IT services and solutions through CIO-SP3 SB, including software development, digital government, outsourcing, integration services, IT operations and maintenance, and IT services for biomedical research, health sciences, and healthcare.
The CATS+ IDIQ allows the State of Maryland to obtain information technology (IT) resources quickly, efficiently and cost effectively by issuing task orders specific to its needs. NHA offers services across 10 functional areas.
SPARC is a cost-effective, innovative solution for procuring information technology (IT) professional services from a pool of CMS experienced partners. The purpose of this contract is to provide strategic, technical, and program management guidance and support services, to facilitate the modernization of CMS business processes and supporting systems. SPARC is a multiple award, Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ), performance-based contract. It is available to all components within Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and all Health and Human Services (HHS) Operating Divisions to procure IT System development services, from end to end.
The NQIIC supports CMS’ quality improvement efforts across settings and programs to maximum impact to healthcare and value to taxpayers. Contractors deliver data analytics to improve the quality of health-care decisions by patients, families, and clinicians for the full spectrum of quality improvement work that was originally in operation under various CMS networks including QIN-QIO work, the ESRD Network work, the hospital focused large scale improvement work, clinician-focused technical assistance work, and other quality improvement work.
The purpose of the VHA Integrated Healthcare Transformation (IHT) requirement is to provide best value healthcare and professional consulting services to VHA through a pool of highly qualified Veteran Integrated contractor Teams (VITs). This acquisition will support the needs of all VHA program offices across three functional categories: health system transformation and innovation; healthcare implementation and operations support; and healthcare business enabling services.
What our clients are saying
“…[T]he MSPIC provided effective oversight and ongoing support to both the incoming and outgoing CRC. A special project initiated for training was completed to ensure a successful CRC transition…. The contractor [NHA] developed and provided training materials, workflows, and on-site training for the incoming CRC. Based on the contractor’s systems and operational knowledge, the training provided to the CRC drastically helped reduce the time the CRC required for ramping up efforts to begin go-live operations. This, in turn, bought efficiencies to the COB&R program for the benefit of the CMS external stakeholders.”
– NHA MSPIC CPARS
“NHA has taken steps to continuously improve their report structures, providing enhancements where information is laid out more clearly and organized in a more cohesive manner. CMS greatly appreciates this type of initiative.”
– E&O CPARS
“All staff involved with this contract have consistently been responsive and attentive to ensuring CMS receives high quality deliverables punctually, and that all requirements are met. Any CMS questions are always responded to promptly, and all administrative tasks for the contract (system access, Data User Agreement, etc.) are always dealt with immediately.
Overall, NHA was always professional and courteous in its interactions with CMS and related stakeholders. Key contractor personnel were effective and responsive to CMS inquiries and demonstrated a high level of commitment to customer service.”
– E&O CPARS
“Despite abrupt change to the work environment due to [the] Covid-19 pandemic, the MSOIC was able to quickly adjust to the work/life changes seamlessly and without disruption to its job performance. Additionally, during the pandemic, the MSPIC effectively monitored and coordinated the progress of activities among the Coordination of Benefits and Recovery (COB&R) contractors seamlessly and without disruptions to the program.”
– MSPIC CPARS
“As a result of the MSPIC outreach efforts, CMS has realized one of its strategic goals of better, much improved transparency with our various MSP stakeholders.”
– MSPIC CPARS
“CMS was extremely impressed by the proactive efforts taken by the Systems Security Officer to meet with the CMS Office of Financial Management systems security team in an effort to stay informed about and stay ahead of any issues that may appear on the POAM listing.”
– MSPIC CPARS
“CMS was particularly impressed with the contractors flexibility and adaptability not only to various new pieces of legislation that Congress passed that directly affected the COB&R program, but also to changing potential approaches that could be deployed in developing a solution for a given special project.”