Social Interest Solutions and Microsoft Form Alliance

Social Interest Solutions and Microsoft have announced a strategic alliance to help government agencies save time and money in designing and deploying technology and processes underlying health insurance exchanges.

Microsoft will provide technology and state government expertise. Social Interest Solutions will provide knowledge and experience focusing on enrollment, standards and interoperability.

“We are pleased to be working with Microsoft at this historic time,” said Claudia Page, co-director at Social Interest Solutions. “Both organizations have a successful track record of working closely with state agencies to help them achieve greater integration across health and human services silos.”

“We are pleased to join forces with Social Interest Solutions and look forward to working collaboratively to help our clients meet the demands of implementing effective health insurance exchanges,” said Brian Russon, national practice leader for Health Insurance Exchange, Microsoft.

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