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Nevada Awards HP $176M Medicaid Contract

March 22, 2011
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HP Enterprise Services (Palo Alto, Calif.) announced a five-year, $176 million services agreement with the Nevada Division of Health Care Financing and Policy to strengthen Medicaid operations and help position the state for healthcare reform.

The new agreement calls for HP to become Nevada’s Medicaid fiscal agent and to upgrade and manage the state’s Medicaid Management Information System. HP also will help the agency enhance service delivery to Medicaid clients and improve staff productivity.

The agency is responsible for Medicaid benefits for almost 300,000 Nevada residents and processes about 12 million Medicaid claims per year.


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