Indiana’s Medicaid signs new deal with EDS
Indianapolis Star, January 7, 2008
Texas-based technology giant EDS announced it has been awarded a 6 1/2-year, $209 million contract to upgrade the information and claims-processing system used to run Indiana's Medicaid system. The new agreement includes several enhancements, such as digital storing of files and a Web-based tool for doctors and other providers to enroll in the program. Indiana's Medicaid program has 27,000 healthcare providers and 800,000 recipients.
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