Medicaid Management Information Systems (MMIS)
The technology and business environment for Medicaid health plans is continually changing as states respond to mandates and regulations like health care reform and ICD-10, to new programs and reimbursement methods like Accountable Care Organizations and Pay for Performance, and to the changing needs and expectations of Medicaid members. More than ever, states have options for upgrading or replacing their core systems and for helping citizens in new ways.
Deloitte has extensive experience helping Medicaid agencies implement new MMIS – from procurement and requirements definition to operational readiness testing and post-implementation stabilization – and can help bring innovative, business-focused MMIS to your state in a timely and cost effective manner. Wherever you need to go, Deloitte can see you there. Learn More.
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This Issue Brief from the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions provides an update on state Medicaid programs and considerations for stakeholders as states identify ways to improve care management and reduce costs.
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|Health Care Reform: Center Stage 2012 perspectives from consumers, physicians and employers
Deloitte has surveyed thousands of Americans – consumers, physicians, and employers – about their opinions of health care reform. The resulting report brings together unique, data-driven insights on these stakeholders’ perspectives, gathered through three research studies conducted by the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions
|Navigating the ICD-10 transition
As hospital and medical group leaders review ICD-10 implementation plans, they should remember that regardless of a potential new compliance date, the ICD-10 transition requires extensive planning.