Our work makes your work more efficient and effective
EMR Technical Solutions, LLC (EMRTS) is a consulting agency to companies and investors in the MMIS space and to those thinking about joining the challenge to provide MMIS-as-a-Service to carry states through the first half of the 21st Century. Founded by Verbus Counts, EMRTS draws from a pool of IT professionals with deep and broad experiences in all areas of MMIS.
The Four Objectives
Guided by these 4 objectives, EMRTS will constantly strive to implement the initiatives required to achieve the vision for Medicaid IT.
All consultations for our client’s long-term strategies as well as short-term actions keep the human aspect in the forefront – from planning to implementation.
Working with States in the transition from legacy MMIS environments to future MITA SOA MMIS system implementations is coupled with a change management framework to complete on time and within budget.
Sharing of Information
The main objective of the institution of Medicaid is to maintain and improve the health and well-being of its members. Promoting the sharing of information, knowledge, and experience, in a way that is available to all will ensure Patient Care is the core motive for management, staff, and vendors.
Our analysts have decades of in-depth experience of understanding the key functions and business processes of Medicaid IT from past to present. This understanding has afforded the design and implementation of the modular MMIS system of the future.
Understanding that MMIS systems are always changing we believe that management must not only embrace change but must foster and promote it. Within IT the only constant IS change. We will ensure that the changes in technology are no longer an MMIS management issue.
From the Blog
The MMIS Systems Dilemma
White Paper by Dr Roger Oren, PhD PMP
As the Healthcare community grapples with the Medicaid program, changes and evolution of processes, which adds to the facets of the program, are becoming more common than ever before. If program management was not enough, the computer applications which support Medicaid programs are also increasing in complexity. Changing regulatory needs, such as the Affordable Care Act (ACA)…