Tag Archives: NASPO

A look in the rearview mirror — and a slightly challenging proposal going forward

When a year draws to a close, I find it rewarding and helpful to take a look in the rearview mirror. I like to reflect on what was, what became, and more important, focus on what could be better. First, let me confess that I’m a newbie to the health and human services (HHS)/fee-for-service Medicaid […]
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The way from here: The collaborative future of MMIS procurement

As states move forward with plans to overhaul aging Medicaid Enterprise Systems (MES), collaboration is only going to increase in importance. That’s why organizations like the National Association of State Procurement Officers (NASPO) are working to streamline Medicaid Management Information System (MMIS) procurement. In NASPO’s case, they’re harnessing resources from multiple states to create cooperative […]
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