The company will replace the original 30-year old system just as the state is looking to see an influx of between 400,000 to 500,000 Medicaid enrollees in 2014.
GovWin reports the new system has a proposed cost of $54,891,806, with federal funding covering 90 percent of the cost.
The new MEDS system will work with the state’s children“™s health insurance program to interface with Alabama“™s future health insurance exchange.
GovWin reports the system will be built within a service-oriented architecture to meet future exchange interoperability standards.
Recently Deloitte was recognized with a national award from the Center for Digital Government.
North Carolina awarded HP Enterprise Services a $122 million contract extension in February to support that state’s Medicaid program with fiscal agent and business process outsourcing services.