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NewWave Celebrates 16-Year Anniversary of Innovation for the Greater Good
Innovative federal contractor builds on remarkable success to chart future growth
Elkridge, MD, July 28, 2020 – NewWave, a full-service Information Technology (IT), Business Services and Data Management company, is celebrating 16 years of catalyzing strategic ideas and employing the latest emerging technologies to re-envision the future of healthcare information technology in America.
Over the last 16 years, NewWave has served as a partner to the federal government, singularly pioneering, and championing the adoption of innovative technologies for its customers, including the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). In its most recent line of successful engagements, NewWave was tasked with building the technology infrastructure for the ‘Silicon Valley’ of federal healthcare, CMS’ Innovation Center (CMMI), in support of its mission to create new payment and service delivery models for the American healthcare system.
“When I founded NewWave, my intention was to contribute to improving the quality of care by delivering the most advanced information technology and best practices available. The federal government is really leading America in leveraging the cloud and the new generation of data tools,” says Patrick Munis, CEO of NewWave. “We are honored to be a trusted partner supporting the change in how government gets its work done.”
As a trusted systems integrator, NewWave brings the best-in-breed cloud tools from our partners Looker, Databricks, and Snowflake, to champion transformational solutions in the world of healthcare, moving beyond simply business intelligence problem-solving. As a Microsoft Gold Managed Partner, NewWave’s integrative relationship with Microsoft is a true exemplar of what Satya Nadella has called the “Growth mindset” and it is a perspective applied to work daily at NewWave. “The best innovation comes from diversity of opinion” says Patrick Munis, NewWave CEO.
NewWave’s story is just beginning. NewWave recently announced a strategic expansion of operations, appointing Nate Crochunis to serve as President of Government Services work. The company also launched Onyx Technology, a subsidiary focused on health data interoperability and dedicated to helping organizations achieve better health outcomes through new products and actionable data-driven insights.
The journey though the last decade and a half has presented an opportunity for NewWave to be at the forefront of fundamental change in healthcare. The company’s portfolio of work is a testimony to the precise, engineering mindset of its team, serving as a foundation and as a guide for NewWave’s next 16 years and beyond.