Deltek Pulse: Health and human services month in review, February 2015
Published: March 04, 2015
In February 2015, Deltek saw the release of nearly 1,400 solicitations from the health and human services vertical, on par with the 1,340 solicitations released in January.
Notable RFP releases:
- The Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing & Regulation (DLLR) released an RFP for the Vermont, Maryland and West Virginia (VMW) consortium's unemployment insurance (UI) information technology modernization project. The new system will consist of core UI benefit, tax, and appeals software common to all VMW states, while allowing each state to continue to address their own specific goals. Proposals are due by March 26.
- The Louisiana Division of Administration Office of Technology Services issued an RFP for the Medicaid enrollment and eligibility system. The Department of Health and Hospitals (DHH) is seeking to implement an automated solution that will support Medicaid eligibility and enrollment processes using modern and lasting technologies. Proposals are due by April 3.
- The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) released an RFP for HIE/HIT technology consultancy services to support OHA’s efforts to plan, define, develop, implement, and operate a state-level health information technology/health information exchange (HIT/HIE) infrastructure. Proposals are due by March 16.
- The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services released an RFP for Medicaid redesign and expansion technical assistance services. DHSS is interested in developing a larger strategy for meaningful Medicaid reform that will improve care and health outcomes for eligible Alaskans, streamline requirements of providers, and create a financially sustainable service delivery system.
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