Founded in 2008, Visionary designs, implements and manages comprehensive, sustainable chronic disease behavior interventions and health education/promotion programs. Visionary does this by engaging communities and leveraging communications and health information technologies. We also provide project management services and information technology solutions for health care delivery and business process challenges.
At Visionary, we understand that the solution for the complex health care problems faced by our nation today requires exceptional knowledge and experience, coupled with compassion and empathy for the beneficiaries of health care services.
We envision a nation free of disparities in health and health care. We understand the unique needs of underserved populations and the environments in which they live, work, play and pray. That is why Visionary strives to improve the health status of communities and reduce health disparities.
Our master certified health education specialist and certified project and health information management professionals have an impressive track record, which includes work for the federal government, military, foundations, and the private sector. Inspired by their years of military service, and informed by their personal experience with reintegration, our Veteran Navigators are uniquely qualified and furiously determined to help other veterans successfully transition back to civilian life.
We are small enough to provide the personal touch when meeting a client's needs, and also flexible enough to meet the complex and dynamic challenges of both government and private sector healthcare. Our network of strategic and trusted business partners enhances our capabilities and enables us to take on your greatest challenges.
Visionary is a verified service-disabled veteran- and woman-owned small business, and is SBA certified as an 8(a) and Small Disadvantaged Business.For additional information about Visionary and the services we offer, please contact us.
News & Events
07.10.13 Accepted to USAID's Mentor-Protégé Program (MPP) Read More >
09.2013 NICHD/CFHC Pilot Study Read More >
08.2013 Morehouse School of Medicine Transdisciplinary Collaborative Center Read More >
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