Trusted solutions for Medicaid, Child Welfare, WIC, and more.
CMA is an IT partner who understands the unique challenges of the Human Services sector. As a top-tier systems integrator, we focus on quality data, encourage interoperability, maximize flexibility, and reduce costs for system development and maintenance.
CMA is an active member of the Human Services Information Technology Advisory Group (HSITAG).
CMA houses a mature and dedicated practice of Human Services program experts and technical staff in Child Welfare, WIC, Early Childhood Intervention, and Medicaid. We have decades of experience with many stakeholders in the public sector, including Attorney Generals, Inspector Generals, Child and Family Services, Human Resource Administrations, and many more.
CMA has extensive experience in the Medicaid realm. One of our flagship projects is the New York State Medicaid Data Warehouse. We helped New York State create a comprehensive and secure healthcare information system environment, positioning NYS to meet the emerging needs of the next decade.
CMA focuses on user needs; our clients remain focused on positive family outcomes. Our user-driven approach supports Child Welfare workers in both their office and the field. We want to help our clients provide the highest degree of service.
CMA is the largest privately-owned IT Systems Integrator serving the WIC community. We have more than 25 years successfully implementing WIC systems, and created HANDS, which is currently used by more than 70,000 people across the country.
CMA creates centralized, Web-based, state-of-the-art systems that electronically manage Early Intervention Program (EIP) administrative tasks and provide for information exchanges. Our systems are designed to support the EIP’s service delivery, financial, administration, and management activities at both the local and state levels.
CMA will attend the 2023 NWA WIC Technology, Innovation, and Vendor Management Conference in Portland, Oregon next week.
CMA has a deep understanding of the data foundation upon which state Child Welfare Agencies rely. Our award winning integrated solutions- with differing levels of interoperability, reduces modernization integration risks.
Whether implementing a new CCWIS or incrementally modernizing transitional CCWIS, CMA focuses on supporting the program’s process goals by leveraging contemporary tools and techniques that enable the program staff to remain focused on driving positive family outcomes. Our user-driven approach supports Child Welfare workers in both their office and field work processes.
CMA’s approach to Child Welfare projects delivers high value at low risk, via intuitive and seamless technologies that are agile and emphasize modularity.
Come see us at booth 305 to chat about modernizing your data system!
Meet the ISM 2023 Team!
CMA designs, develops, and operates secure, scalable data management and analytics platforms that serve as the strategic foundation of our clients’ objectives. Our cloud-enabled Mosaic Suite of software products rapidly accelerates the movement and sharing of data from an array of legacy sources, empowering self-service analytics, reporting, and predictive analysis.
Leveraging CMA's Medicaid applications, our clients excel their mission to improve the lives of the population their program serves- bringing health equity to Federal and State Medicaid agendas.
Let’s continue working together to improve population health, reduce costs and support value-based program and contract management.
Take a deeper dive into CMA’s SI solutions, services, and products:
HHS Consulting Services | Technology & Management Assessment | CMA & Lyfegen Value-Based Pharmacy Platform | Medicaid | Mosaic Insights | Mosaic Insights GCP | Strategic Medicaid | Strategic Systems | Workforce Retention
Visit the CMA Team at Booth 501 to learn more about Medicaid reforms.
You can find CMA at the upcoming ISM Conference, which focuses on IT Solutions Management for Health and Human Services, being held October 23-26, 2022 in National Harbor, MD.
Governor Kathy Hochul today announced the launch of the State’s new Healthcare and Mental Hygiene Worker Bonus Initiative. The program is a critical component of the Governor’s efforts to reward, retain and increase the State’s Healthcare workforce by 20 percent over the next five years.
This innovative new $1.3 million dollar program will be administered through an online portal developed by CMA in partnership with Google and State Leadership. The system leverages CMA intellectual property created to serve the State’s Medicaid population as well as CMA’s proprietary Mosaic Insights platform.
“CMA is honored to partner with the Department of Health and other NYS leaders to support Governor Hochul’s Healthcare and Mental Hygiene Worker bonus initiative, bringing much needed assistance to front line healthcare workers”, said Kay Stafford, CEO of CMA, a NYS-certified Women-Owned Business. “We are proud of our team who in many instances worked tirelessly around the clock over the past 12 weeks, along with DOH and other key stakeholders, to create and implement this innovative workforce retention solution in the Google cloud, including extensive data analytics and security measures to help ensure program integrity”, added Ken Romanski, CMA President. He added “it’s also exciting to see that the program has had a terrific kick-off thus far successfully processing over 12,000 worker applications in its very first day”
CMA recently attended the National Association of Medicaid Director’s (NAMD) Fall Conference in Washington, DC. This well attended conference attracts Medicaid Directors from around the country, providing all an opportunity to discuss new initiatives and technologies. While there, CMA proudly showcased its innovative Value-Based Pharmacy Agreements Platform, powered by Lyfegen. Lyfegen is a leader in value based, cost effective solutions that drive savings while improving health outcomes. The CMA-Lyfegen partnership is an exciting industry development, as it brings together two respected Medicaid technology leaders. This partnership has already produced a greatly needed highly secure and scalable solution the enables Medicaid Programs to reduce their existing spend and actively manage the budgetary impact of new, high-cost treatments.
When COVID-19 increased pressure on New Jersey’s low-income communities, the state wanted to ensure food assistance support accessibility.
CMA Executive Vice President Gary Davis was recently selected by the Executive Council of CompTIA’s Human Service IT Advisory Group (HSITAG) to represent the council’s interests on the planning committee for the 2019 ISM Annual Conference.
CMA will attend the National WIC Association’s Annual Education and Training Conference & Exhibits in Baltimore, Maryland next week.
As members of CompTIA’s Human Services IT Advisory Group (HSITAG), CMA will attend the upcoming monthly business meeting and networking reception in New York City.
This past spring, CMA and the Arizona WIC Consortium continued the roll-out of eWIC and electronic benefits transfer (EBT) system.
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.
Arizona Business Daily recently featured CMA’s work launching eWIC and rolling out EBT compliance into HANDS, two and a half years ahead of the federal mandate.
In a recent MIS Alternatives Analysis Study presented at the 2017 NWA WIC Technology Conference, local agency staff was asked to evaluate five WIC MIS Systems, including HANDS.