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CGI Awarded $72M Contract to Modernize Medicare Access for CMS

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CGI Awarded $72M Contract to Modernize Medicare Access for CMS

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has chosen CGI Federal to modernize its Health Plan Management System. The project aims to improve Medicare access for over 65 million beneficiaries, CGI said.

With a potential value of $72 million, the contract will focus on optimizing plan enrollment and compliance processes for hundreds of private health and drug plans supported by Medicare Advantage and Part D programs.

With over 20 years of experience supporting HPMS, CGI will implement intelligent automation, cloud-based tools and data analytics while employing Agile methodologies. The company also plans to enhance cybersecurity to mitigate evolving digital threats.

“CGI understands the current challenges in operationalizing data for the Medicare, Medicaid, and health care marketplace communities,” said Steve Sousa, CGI’s senior vice president and health and social services business unit lead.

Meanwhile, Ksheeraja Velangulam, CGI’s vice president of consulting services, highlighted CGI’s extensive experience with HPMS and its commitment to transforming health care access for Medicare beneficiaries.

Additionally, CGI will ensure CMS meets the expectations of program beneficiaries by optimizing annual MAPD plan activities and delivering solutions for an enhanced user experience on the HPMS website.

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