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HP Strikes Deal to Bring Healthcare Solutions to Texas

HP has a deal in place with the Texas Health and Human Services Commission to oversee development of a statewide Medicaid health information exchange.

The deal carries a 52-month performance period and a value of $30 million.

According to the firm, “the contract includes an electronic health history system for all Medicaid clients and will replace the current paper-based Medicaid identification cards with plastic magnetic stripe cards for automated eligibility verification.”

“States need to improve health outcomes and enable better access to healthcare records, ” said Susan Arthur, vice president, U.S. Healthcare, HP Enterprise Services. “With more than four decades of industry-leading experience, HP will provide the cost-effective healthcare solutions Texans need.”

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