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Programs, Recommended Reading, Systems

Do You Really Need an MMIS System?

In an effort to manage the healthcare payments for those served by Medicaid, state Medicaid agencies are increasingly required to act as experts in technology.

People, Innovation, Staffing

Getting the Right Number of Staff In Your Organization

We were praised by one of our clients for our work helping the agency rethink both its staffing levels and business processes.

People, Programs, Training, Virtual

How to Transition to Virtual Training

Now, more than ever, government agencies must find new ways of communication and collaboration. We have seen an increased demand for virtual alternatives to a wide variety of trainings.

People, Programs, Systems, IT, Procurement

Innovation with IT Purchasing

Progressive procurement agencies look for ways to make their processes more effective and efficient. When you use IT effectively, you empower personnel to make better decisions, streamline processes, and maintain quality of service in all aspects of your agency.

People, Programs, Systems, Change Management, OCM, Procurement

Manage the Procurement Journey

E-procurement systems help you manage the process, from solicitation development to contract administration.

People, Systems, OCM

MMIS as a Service: Don’t Leave Your People Behind

We know states are currently exploring options for Medicaid Management Information Systems (MMIS).

Systems, IV&V

Playing Fast and Loose with Independence on IV&V Projects

More States are recognizing the value of having an unbiased, outside, opinion expressed about their systems development projects.

Systems, QA

Predictive Quality Assurance

One of the biggest complaints we have with the way Quality Assurance is typically performed for large systems projects is that the process is reactive rather than predictive.

Systems, CIO, IT

Chief Information Officer answers “Should Government be in the IT Business?”

We asked the Chief Information Officer (CIO) of a large state health and human services agency an interesting question recently: “Do you need a large information technology (IT) organization?”

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