General Dynamics Information Technology will use its cloud computing, data management and cybersecurity capabilities to enhance the information technology applications and infrastructure of Alabama Medicaid programs while ensuring better processes, data interoperability and overall service delivery for beneficiaries, the company said Thursday.
The system integration contract has a base period of two years and three two-year options. During the period, GDIT will help the Alabama Medicaid Agency transition to a new modular Medicaid Enterprise System from monolithic system approach.
“We are committed to implementing innovative technology solutions that enhance efficiency, accessibility and quality of healthcare services for all Alabama citizens,” commented Scott Mack, vice president and general manager for state and local government at GDIT.
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