CNSI, a leading Medicaid Management Information Systems (MMIS) provider, announced on Thursday that the company’s ProviderOne MMIS contract has been extended through June 2026 by the Washington State Health Care Authority.
“Earning this five-year extension from the Washington State Health Care Authority is great recognition of the caliber of our work and our successful partnership over the past 10 years, said Todd Stottlemyer, CEO of CNSI and 2019 Wash100 Award recipient.
CNSI developed the Washington State Health Care Authority’s modular ProviderOne Medicaid system to be a strategic and scalable asset. The system’s capability has expanded to encompass care in multiple settings, including medical, long-term care, behavioral health, foster care, state corrections as well as social services.
Over the years and especially during the challenging 2020, the ProviderOne system’s configurability and flexibility allowed the state to respond swiftly to meet new requirements and rule changes brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
CNSI has developed innovative solutions that advance interoperability, data sharing, and public cloud hosted services as part of its partnership with the Washington State Health Care Authority.
Most notably, CNSI successfully migrated the ProviderOne system to the secure Amazon Web Services (AWS) public cloud in 2018, the first MMIS in the country to migrate to a secure public cloud.
“We look forward to continuing to support the Washington State Health Care Authority and all Washingtonians as we work together to leverage emerging solutions to better align human services and help address the broad range of health equity issues,” Stottlemyer added.
CNSI is an industry leader in developing, implementing and operating cutting-edge technological solutions that modernize state Medicaid Management Information Systems (MMIS). We were the first in the nation to implement a web-centric MMIS and an integrated social services provider enrollment system.
CNSI continues to address the many challenges that exist in the state Medicaid landscape, including the highly-impactful opioid epidemic and the ever-evolving question of modularity.