evoBrix® is a comprehensive set of fully integrated functional modules built on a highly scalable technical architecture that is rules-driven, service-oriented, web-based and COTS-integrated.
The evoBrix® solution is the market-leading, modular, enterprise platform offering a comprehensive suite of modules such as auto-adjudication of claims, consumer engagement, program integrity, compliance tracking and provider management. This Federally compliant, CMS-certified system provides an assurance of security and privacy and is fully configurable and scalable. Ripe for establishing public-private partnerships that save taxpayer dollars, evoBrix® encapsulates top CIO priorities for modernization and IT governance in a single healthcare platform.
Cost reduction in CMS federal match-funding contribution
Cost reduction in system implementation
Cost reduction in operational costs over a 5-year period
Building from its foundation, the CNSI evoBrix® Solution offers eight modules of functionality, which allow for unique customization, reusable business functions, and continuous improvement. These modules can be implemented separately or in combination to support a State’s need for integrated functionality. These modules and the CNSI solutions that support them are described below.
A fully services-oriented module that is the heart of any MMIS.
An integrated and comprehensive solution for enrolling and managing provider information
A member-centric portal that acts as a bridge between payers and healthcare beneficiaries
A cloud-based eligibility solution that helps states address requirements for expanded coverage acquisition and gives access to a range of healthcare programs.
A flexible and robust platform that ensures value-based care through transparency, accountability and smart analytics.
A comprehensive and configurable solution that measures and demonstrates EHR outcomes as outlined by CMS guidelines.
A robust framework to extract, analyze and report data from diverse Medicaid business processes.
Additional options that provide an integrated solution to increase the value of the application and systems including document management, reports, call center, IVR and correspondence management
State health care systems across the country employ outdated state mechanized claims processing and information retrieval systems, known as Medicaid Management Information Systems (MMIS). Michigan’s Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) was no different.