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Executive Profile: Arnold Morse, CNSI SVP, Chief Compliance Officer & General Counsel

Arnold Morse serves as senior vice president, general counsel and chief compliance officer at information technology services contractor Client Network Services Inc. Morse oversees CNSI’s legal department and contracting operations, as well as the sale of IT and healthcare services to federal government customers. Prior to CNSI, Morse worked for more …

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B. Chatterjee: CNSI Helps Washington Agency Integrate Social Service, Medicaid Payment Systems

The Washington State Health Care Authority has worked with CNSI to implement an integrated technology platform for managing social service and medical claim payments across the state. CNSI said Wednesday the agency used the company’s ProviderOne provider payment technology to transition more than 4,300 local social service organizations to the …

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CNSI Unveils New Medicaid Mobile App, Online Portal; Sharif Hussein Comments

CNSI has introduced a new mobile application and online portal intended to help healthcare providers connect with patients. The company worked with the Michigan Department of Community Health’s Bureau of Medicaid Operations to develop the myHealthButton app and myHealthPortal technology, CNSI said Thursday. Sharif Hussein, CNSI’s Midwest Region senior vice …

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Adnan Ahmed on CNSI’s Contract Vehicle Strategy and Advice for New GovCon Firms

Adnan Ahmed, president of contractor CNSI, and his three other partners founded the Gaithersburg, Maryland-based company in 1994. The information technology and outsourcing services company has since grown to be a holder of prime contracts and positions on major contract vehicles. Ahmed recently sat down with ExecutiveBiz to discuss the …

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CNSI’s Health and Human Services Earns CMMI Maturity Level 3; B. Chatterjee Comments

CNSI‘s health and human services organization unit has been rated at Level 3 under the CMMI Institute’s Capability Maturity Model Integration based on the results of an appraisal conducted by CUNIX Infotech. The maturity level 3 rating considered the costs, schedule and quality of CNSI’s HHS processes and indicates a “defined” level of performance, …

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Adnan Ahmed: CNSI to Continue IT Support Work for Maryland Highway, Port Agencies

CNSI has been awarded a five-year task order to create and maintain cloud computing applications for the Maryland State Highway Authority. The agency selected CNSI to build Salesforce-based cloud apps and support enterprise systems such as Microsoft Access, Net Technology and Power Builder, CNSI said Tuesday. Under a separate five-year contract …

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CNSI Taps Trusted Integration’s TrustedAgent Offering for HIPAA Compliance

Trusted Integration Inc. has unveiled its TrustedAgent OFFERING for CNSI’s enterprise-wide system implementations to support the company’s HIPAA/HITECH security compliance. The TrustedAgent Governance, Risk and Compliance solution will help CNSI centralize its security authentication, management reporting and risk and compliance management across its Medicaid management information and claims payment applications, according …

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CNSI CMO Stephen Walker Receives Trade Assn Designation

CNSI Chief Medical Officer Stephen Walker has received the Certified Healthcare Insurance Executive designation from America’s Health Insurance Plans Foundation, the company announced Thursday. The foundation is a national trade association that represents the health insurance industry with Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management listed as academic partner. Walker joined …

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CNSI Wins $185M Louisiana Medicaid Info System Contract

CNSI won a $185 million contract develop and implement Louisiana’s new Medicaid management information system by the end of 2014, CNSI announced Thursday. The state selected the Gaithersburg, Md.-based information technology firm in June 2011 to replace the state’s current system and fiscal agent operations. The Centers for Medicare and …

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