HP Enterprise Services has won a $220 million contract to help build and implement a new information system for Indiana’s Medicaid program as the state seeks to comply with state and federal healthcare regulations.
HP will build and manage the state’s interChange Medicaid Management Information System for up to six-and-a-half years, the company said Wednesday.
The contract contains two one-year options and includes service delivery and maintenance support for the new system.
“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, Medicaid director for the state’s Family and Social Services Administration.
HP will deploy Core MMIS for healthcare providers to enroll online, receive claims adjudications in real-time and gain access to medical information.
The new system will use a web-based medical assistance provider incentive repository, intended to help users confirm Medicaid eligibility and monitor incentive payments.