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Brian Dougherty Talks Enterprise-level Data Storage and XtremIO

Brian Dougherty Talks Enterprise-level Data Storage and XtremIO

Chief Data Warehouse Architect Brian Dougherty visited EMC World 2015 recently, and took the time to sit down with tech analysts at theCube. He discussed enterprise-level data storage and the technology that makes it work. Video courtesy SiliconANGLE on YouTube.

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How SHARP Supports Enhanced Funding Requirements from CMS

How SHARP Supports Enhanced Funding Requirements from CMS

SHARP, CMA’s Secure Healthcare Analytics and Research Platform, meets MITA’s Enhanced Funding Requirements: Seven Conditions and Standards and the Business Objectives for CMS Certification. At the recent Medicaid Innovations Forum in Orlando, Florida, CMA’s Brian Dougherty (Chief Data Warehouse Architect) and Joe Chiarella (Medicaid Practice…

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Technology Accelerators to Support Medicaid Innovation

Technology Accelerators to Support Medicaid Innovation

Speed Up Delivery, Reduce Risk, and Deliver a Great User Experience At the recent Medicaid Innovations Forum in Orlando, Florida, CMA’s Brian Dougherty (Chief Data Warehouse Architect) and Joe Chiarella (Medicaid Practice Lead) gave a presentation on technology accelerators used for Medicaid innovation. Many of…

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CMA Achieves Roll-Out of HANDS System for Arizona WIC and Others

CMA Achieves Roll-Out of HANDS System for Arizona WIC and Others

After a three-month period of pilot operations, CMA (in collaboration with the Arizona Department of Health Services) began a state-wide rollout of the new HANDS system, which replaces the award-winning AIM system. More than 800 users were trained on the HANDS during the past three…

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A Word from CMA’s Interns

A Word from CMA’s Interns

Next month, a new round of interns will start their full-time, spring/summer co-op sessions at CMA. We are very excited to welcome them and eager for them to bring their unique strengths to CMA. To mark the occasion, we thought we would post a few…

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NY Office of Medicaid Inspector General Reports $879 million in Recoveries

NY Office of Medicaid Inspector General Reports $879 million in Recoveries

$879 million is the amount of recoveries made in 2013, according to the recent Annual Report from New York’s Office of Medicaid Inspector General. These represent record breaking figures. OMIG now has recovered more than $1.73 billion in improperly expended Medicaid funds over the past three years….

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Big Apple Selects CMA

Big Apple Selects CMA

CMA One of Only Eight Primary Vendors Selected by NYC The City of New York acting by and through its Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (DoITT or Department) selected CMA Consulting Services following a highly competitive process as an appropriately qualified vendors to provide…

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CMA Tops “The Lists”

CMA Tops “The Lists”

For the second year in a row, CMA topped the Computer Consultant category in the Albany Business Review’s Book of lists. CMA also garnered the top spot for Software Developers.

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HANDS: Arizona WIC Program Launched

HANDS: Arizona WIC Program Launched

In 2001, CMA developed the Arizona in Motion (AIM) program, a system to modernize and automate their WIC services. In 2002, AIM received the Arizona Governor’s Spirit of Excellence award, an award program charged with recognizing state agencies that employ innovative operational solutions resulting in improved customer…

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New York State Procures LATS-NY Time & Attendance System

New York State Procures LATS-NY Time & Attendance System

As part of New York Governor Cuomo’s enterprise initiatives, the state has procured CMA’s enterprise Time and Attendance system for use by all executive agencies. The product, LATS-NY, will improve the efficiency of the state’s operations through the use of a common, automated system, and will…

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