New England States Consortium Systems Organization Releases Request for Information – Automated Review of Bank and Financial Information

On behalf of NESCSO and its member states, the University of Massachusetts is soliciting responses from entities that offer software tools to facilitate the review of bank and other financial documents for the purpose of helping states assess a person’s eligibility for Medicaid-Funded Long-Term Services and Supports.  Through this RFI, the University is seeking information from entities with experience automating the review of bank and financial documents.

Please follow the link to the online posting: https://www.commbuys.com/bso/external/bidDetail.sdo?docId=BD-17-1109-UMMS-UMMS-10487&external=true&parentUrl=bid

About NESCSO

The New England States Consortium Systems Organization (NESCSO) is a non-profit corporation organized by the New England state health and human service (HHS) agencies and the University of Massachusetts Medical School. NESCSO’s Board is composed of the member states’ HHS secretaries or their designees. NESCSO’s mission is to foster communication and collaboration among its members through information sharing and joint projects. NESCSO seeks to support the needs of the state HHS Secretaries by providing a framework for knowledge exchange in order to maximize policy, program and cost effectiveness.

Annually NESCSO convenes the Medicaid Enterprise Systems Conference and markets “MAGI in the cloud” for states to use in determining income eligibility under the Affordable Care Act.

 About the University of Massachusetts Medical School

The University of Massachusetts Medical School, one of five campuses of the University system, is comprised of the School of Medicine, the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, the Graduate School of Nursing, a thriving research enterprise and an innovative public service initiative, Commonwealth Medicine. Its mission is to advance the health of the people of the Commonwealth through pioneering education, research, public service and health care delivery with its clinical partner, UMass Memorial Health Care. In doing so, it has built a reputation as a world-class research institution and as a leader in primary care education. The Medical School attracts more than $249 million annually in research funding, placing it among the top 50 medical schools in the nation. Commonwealth Medicine provides a wide range of care management and consulting services to government agencies and health care organizations.

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