VIENNA, VIRGINIA – MicroHealth LLC, a leading Health Information Technology company, announced today that it was named the winner of a Bronze Stevie® Award in the Technology Team of the Year category, and a Bronze Stevie® Award in the Human Resources Department of the Year category in the 20th Annual International Business Awards® today.
The International Business Awards are the world’s premier business awards program. All individuals and organizations worldwide – public and private, for-profit and non-profit, large and small – are eligible to submit nominations. The 2023 IBAs received entries from organizations in 61 nations and territories. More than 3,700 nominations from organizations of all sizes and in virtually every industry were submitted this year for consideration.
Winners will be celebrated during a gala banquet at the Cavalieri Waldorf Astoria Hotel, in Rome, Italy on Friday, 13 October.
MicroHealth won bronze in the Technology Team of the Year category for its Grants.gov project.
MicroHealth took on the task of modernizing Grants.gov, a crucial web application managed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The application, supporting 400+ Federal partners, 5,000+ programs, 900 million users, and over half a trillion dollars in Federal grants, faced challenges with outdated hardware, unsupported software, and security vulnerabilities.
MicroHealth’s solution involved improving user experience and infrastructure. They successfully migrated Grants.gov to the AWS Cloud, addressing security issues, reducing critical findings, and streamlining operations. This transformation exceeded expectations and garnered praise from stakeholders for the significant progress achieved.
Microhealth won bronze in the HR Department of the Year category for its Human Resources team.
MicroHealth’s HR department is a driving force in our success, shaping growth through strategic vision and unwavering dedication. With a people-first approach, they’ve created an inclusive workplace where over 65% of employees identify as people of color, fostering diversity through initiatives like bias training and revamped recruitment. Our Corporate Wellness Program “Be Well” promotes work-life balance, while the new innovative Preventive Leave Care Initiative saw employees spend more than 200 hours of Paid Time Off tending to annual screenings and wellness checkups.
Together, these efforts, any others, such as an employee development program and Emerging Leaders Program, have elevated MicroHealth from 150 to 275 employees, recognized in rankings like Washington Business Journal’s Fastest Growing Companies and Inc. Magazine’s 5000 Regionals list. The HR department’s commitment to inclusivity, development, and leadership has steered our impressive growth journey.
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MicroHealth LLC is a service-disabled, veteran-owned, SBA 8(a) small business that specializes in IT-related solutions in the federal health space. Our team of clinical executives, health professionals, technologists, researchers, and informaticists bring decades of experience treating patients, managing services, and developing strategies across federal departments, agencies, and the Uniformed Services.
Our core capabilities include electronic health records, telehealth, health informatics, clinical training and implementation, software development and integration, medical simulations, interoperability, data analytics, IV&V, cloud, agile project management, DevSecOps, and IT support.
Simply put, we put the health back in health IT.
Frequently recognized by institutions for having an engaged and diverse workforce, MicroHealth is a three-time Top Workplace USA winner, a 2023 American Business Award Silver Minority-Owned Business of the Year, and ranks #18 on the 2023 Washington Business Journal’s Companies Owned by People of Color List.
For more information about MicroHealth including career opportunities, visit www.microhealthllc.com.