CSG Government Solutions Participates in 2015 Medicaid Enterprise Systems Conference

CSG-Government-SolutionsSeveral state healthcare and human services professionals from CSG Government Solutions attended last week’s Medicaid Enterprise Systems Conference in Iowa to discuss issues concerning Medicaid systems and initiatives.

The company said Tuesday the participants delivered presentations or spoke in panels about topics such as Medicaid enrollment systems, standards compliance, privacy and security measures, and the Medicaid Information Technology Architecture.

Andrea Danes, director of CSG’s healthcare and human services modernization practice, noted the company’s continued support for the advancement of state healthcare initiatives.

The conference brought together government and industry leaders in healthcare to share ideas and information on Medicaid programs, health policy and various trends, and best practices in the sector, CSG said.

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