Chicago, IL (PRWEB) June 19, 2013
Two of CSG Government Solutions’ leading state healthcare program experts recently participated in the 2013 State Healthcare IT Connect Summit held May 21 – 22 in Baltimore, Maryland.
Bob Guenther, a Principal in CSG’s Healthcare and Human Services practice, moderated a session that examined strategic IT considerations of state versus federally-facilitated insurance exchanges. Sheila Cooper, also a Principal in CSG’s Healthcare and Human Services practice, served on the panel sharing her experience with the Iowa State Partnership Exchange. Sheila addressed the challenges that confront states as they prepare for the October 1 open enrollment deadline.
“The complexity of health insurance exchange in our country is unprecedented in state government,” says Andrea Danes, Director of CSG’s Healthcare and Human Services practice. “Never before have state governments been called upon to implement an initiative of this magnitude on this timeline. Our CSG teams are working closely with many states to help them meet this challenge.”
CSG Government Solutions continues to increase its presence across the United States. The company deploys highly experienced teams and innovative methods, knowledge, and tools to help governments modernize complex program enterprises. CSG clients include 37 state governments, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the U.S. Department of Labor, and large municipal governments.
Director, Healthcare and Human Services Practice
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CSG Government Solutions is a leading government operations consulting firm focused on helping states modernize critical program enterprises. Our highly experienced teams and industry-leading Centers of Excellence help governments leverage innovative technology and processes to meet the challenges of administering complex programs. Founded in 1997, CSG has established itself as a trusted adviser to government agencies across the U.S.