HP Wins $281 Million Medicaid Extension with Oklahoma

HP Enterprise Services reached a seven-year, $281 million extension with Oklahoma Health Care Authority.

The deal carries an additional one-year renewal option and will see the firm add new IT services to prepare for healthcare reform and make services more accessible to SoonerCare – Oklahoma Medicaid – members.

“Medicaid is so vital for so many that it’s imperative for OHCA to strive for the most efficient system possible for members, providers and taxpayers, ” said Susan Arthur, vice president, U.S. Healthcare Industry, HP Enterprise Services. “We apply the knowledge and experience from managing Medicaid programs across almost half of the United States to the applications development and other services we provide to OHCA – all with the objective of providing better service and compliance.”

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