FALLS CHURCH, Va., April 3, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- CATHEXIS, a management consulting company that provides innovative enterprise performance improvement services to leading federal government clients, has won a contract to conduct medical invoice audits for the Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA) over the next five years.
The award, which covers a base period of one year with options for four years, marks the first task order CATHEXIS has secured through the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) Veteran Enterprise Contracting for Transformation and Operational Readiness (VECTOR) contract.
Working in partnership with the VBA's Compensation Service Office, CATHEXIS will perform routine, independent medical billing audits of invoices and billing practices related to specific Medical Disability Examination (MDE) contracts for this effort. Under the contract, CATHEXIS will ensure each MDE contractor is billing in accordance with their contracts and identify under‐ or overbillings. In addition, CATHEXIS will identify any anomalies and provide audit reports that VA may use to remedy any adverse billing issues.
"CATHEXIS is honored to assist VA as it continues to improve its delivery of medical disability payments to Veterans, and we look forward to helping VBA solve its most pressing challenges as we expand our focus on Veterans at the Department across the VBA and VHA," said Shawn Gundrum, CATHEXIS Chief Executive Officer and Managing Partner.
Falls Church, Virginia-based CATHEXIS' core competencies of data analytics, enterprise performance platforms, and training and support services, have evolved to keep pace with a federal marketplace driven by changing requirements and emerging technologies. The service-disabled veteran-owned small business projects steady growth in its military and Veteran affairs business over the next five years.
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SOURCE CATHEXIS Corporation