HP Enterprise Services announced that it has signed a $220 million contract with the Indiana Department of Administration on behalf of the state’s Family and Social Services Administration.
Under the terms of the contract, HP will construct and implement the new Indiana InterChange Medicaid Management Information system also called (Core MMIS) to include moving users into the new system and four years of service delivery and maintenance.
The Core MMIS for Indiana is designed to enable quick implementation of changes as state and federal healthcare policies evolve. Healthcare providers will be able to enroll online and receive real-time claims adjudication permitting on-the-spot resolution. The solution also includes a member portal providing immediate access to information to aid in health related decisions.
The new system will also interface with the award-winning web-based Medical Assistance Provider Incentive Repository (MAPIR) application to confirm provider eligibility and track incentive payments to help eligible Medicaid providers adopt EHR technology. HP collaborated with 13 states to develop MAPIR.
“Like all states, Indiana is facing the need to contain costs and focus on quality of care at a time of significant regulatory change,” said Patricia Casanova, Director for Medicaid Indiana Family and Social Services. “The new Indiana InterChange system will help us efficiently deliver improved healthcare to our members and provide the flexibility needed to implement our programs for another two decades.”
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