Mass. Medicaid contract

The Massachusetts Office of Health and Human Services is looking to replace its Medicaid management information system and related systems, so the state can satisfy HIPAA requirements. The new system will have better interfaces and be capable of accepting eligibility inquiries and responses. The state also wants a data warehouse that is separate from the claims adjudication functions and can hold data from other parts of the department and potentially other state agencies.

The project is worth about $25.9 million. An RFP is expected in the second quarter of fiscal 2004.

These opportunities are compiled by Input Inc., an IT research and marketing firm in Chantilly, Va. (

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