David Moskovitz: Accenture to Continue HealthCare.gov Support Under New CMS Contract

David Moskovitz
David Moskovitz

Accenture (NYSE: ACN) will continue providing IT support for the Federally Facilitated Marketplace and the HealthCare.gov website under a new five-year contract from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services worth $563 million.

The company said Monday it will extend support for the website’s enrollment, eligibility check, form generation, transition, plan update, inquiry resolution and other customer-experience functions.

David Moskovitz, CEO of Accenture’s federal services business, said that the new contract will help the company facilitate citizen access to healthcare insurance.

Accenture said its ongoing work for CMS covers FFM, the Small Business Health Options Program and HealthCare.gov, as well as outreach to health plan issuers and support for the 2014 and 2015 enrollment periods.

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