Vecna Medical’s Electronic Infection Surveillance Solution Wins Multi-year Contract with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

CAMBRIDGE, MA, – Vecna Medical won a multi-year contract with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to implement its enterprise-wide electronic infection surveillance solution. The VA is the largest provider of healthcare services in the U.S. with over 150 medical centers across the country. The new contract provides funding for features development and data and systems architecture definition that would help drive VA enterprise-wide adoption. “We are proud to be the solution chosen by the VA,” said Daniel Theobald, the Chief Technology Officer of Vecna Technologies. “Over the past few years, we have worked hard to bring the cutting-edge technology to help reduce and prevent hospital-acquired infections. This contract win is a validation of our efforts and provides even more opportunity to advance infection prevention technology.

About QC PathFinder®

QC PathFinder® is a web-based, automated infection control solution that helps hospitals improve quality of care by preventing hospital-acquired infections (HAIs) through real-time data monitoring. QC PathFinder® is capable of automated NHSN submission which greatly reduces the amount of time infection preventionists spend on the submission process. Learn more about Vecna’s QC PathFinder® Software.

About Vecna Medical

Vecna Medical is a driving force in innovative healthcare IT, leading the industry in patient self-service solutions and electronic infection surveillance solutions. Our clients include the Department of Veterans Affairs, US Department of Defense, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Johns Hopkins Hospital. Vecna Medical is a division of Vecna Technologies, Inc. Learn more at Vecna Medical.