On Feb 26, 2018, Delmarva Foundation, Health Integrity, Quality Health Foundation, and Quality Health Strategies came together under a new name: Qlarant. Some of the content below was created prior to this change and may contain our old name(s). Learn More
EASTON MD — Qlarant announced today the acquisition of Studio Codeworks, an information technology company located in Silver Spring, Maryland. The acquisition is an integral part of Qlarant’s strategic plan to grow product lines, expand their commercial market, and build its skilled and passionate workforce. Led by Will Mapp III, Studio Codeworks has been actively working with Qlarant over the past 3 years on program design and development.
On November 8, 2019, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) awarded a five-year contract to IPRO to serve as a regional Quality Innovation Network – Quality Improvement Organization (QIN-QIO) under the recently launched 12th Statement of Work. Qlarant has been chosen as a subcontractor to IPRO to support this important effort.
Qlarant Foundation announces a call for proposals for the 2020-21 grant period. Qlarant Foundation will award grants up to $50,000 to eligible organizations that work to improve health care to underserved communities.
107 Associates at Qlarant took time out on Thursday, September 12th to focus the event on the company’s involvement in a variety of community activities designed to benefit others. “This year we decided to link our picnic with our increasing involvement in the Talbot Goes Purple (TGP) awareness program,” said Qlarant CEO Ron Forsythe, Jr., PhD. “We tied this into our work battling the opioid crisis on a national level and decided to have a Qlarant Purple Day.”
Disperses over $384k in grants
Easton, MD – The Qlarant Foundation, the mission arm of Qlarant Inc., held a reception and information-sharing event at their Easton headquarters designed to celebrate the 2019-2020 grant awards. Each of the eighteen different charities from locations throughout Maryland and Washington D.C. were given their designated monetary award, and Maryland Senator Addie Eckhart gave citations to her Eastern Shore grant recipients