Implementation of new Integrated Eligibility and Business Intelligence initiative. Combined with new eligibility policies and improved business processes, the new system will allow Ohio’s residents to apply for services in a simplified manner. Diversified Systems has and continues to provide functional and technical resources as a major sub-prime in support of this ongoing project, including Business Analyst services and Health and Human Services Subject Matter Expertise.
The IE/BI solution combines the latest Web 2.0 elements with a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) backbone to provide a low-risk, high usability solution with the flexibility to meet the state’s Office of Health Transformation’s current and anticipated needs. The new IE/BI solution will break down traditional program and agency barriers; focus on service improvements for customers; and deliver the right tools to state and county workers to achieve better outcomes and more efficient service delivery
At the onset of the project our focus was primarily on business analysts and Health & Human Services Subject Matter Experts. On the Conversion Team Diversified is providing Informatica Master Data Management (MDM) architecture and development support. During Phase 1.0 conversion the objective of the team was to populate the Master Client Index (MCI) with existing Medicaid recipients to enable MAGI applications to be processed through the ABMS/ACSSP. The existing Medicaid system (MITS) was used as source to convert all Medicaid Cases to a new system – ABMS. The ABMS will be responsible for running eligibility and applying MAGI rules for the converted Medicaid Cases from CRIS-E. Other services provided on the technical side include Java development support, ESB/OSB development, Oracle Policy Automation Development, Adobe AEM Development, Oracle Database Administration, ETL and Reports Development, Quality Assurance and Testing, and Oracle Identity and Access Management performance tuning. As portions of the project went live, we also offered both stand-up classroom training and one-on-one support at the county level.