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Category: Government Health IT

HHS Opioid Code-A-Thon: 36 Hours to #SaveLives

Starting today, CNSI is participating in the Department of Health and Human Services’ Opioid Code-a-Thon, where data enthusiasts from around the country will come together […]

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CNSI’s Latest Win: What It Means

CNSI recently announced our latest contract win, a 4.5 year, $35 million project to engineer the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ (CMS) Encounter Data Processing […]

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NHIT Week: The Consumer is Still King

National Health IT Week is coming to a close. We’ve covered topics such as cyber security, interoperability, and what’s next on the horizon for the Office […]

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We’re Taking Part in #NHITWeek. Are you?

This week is National Health IT Week, and we’re jumping in headfirst here at CNSI. If the event seems tailor-made for a company like CNSI, […]

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Millennials Seek Inter-connectivity, Even in Health Care

Millennials are now the country’s largest demographic cohort, having recently overtaken the Baby Boomers. Ranging from about 20 years old to 35 years old, this […]

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MESC 2017: got modularity?

Every year, CNSI posts a blog welcoming Medicaid industry leaders to the annual Medicaid Enterprise Systems Conference (MESC). With the 2017 conference being held in […]

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The Benefits of Cloud Continue

It’s August, which means MESC time! For you all not in the know, MESC stands for the Medicaid Enterprise Systems Conference, the largest meeting for […]

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Another State Leveraging Big Data for Big Opioid Problem

A week ago, Missouri Governor Eric Greitens signed an executive order for the state to create a prescription drug monitoring database. This measure comes after […]

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How to Begin Building a Modular MMIS? One Brick at a Time

In its fourth year, Healthcare IT Connect is hosting its State HIT Connect Summit to discuss the challenges, solutions and future of health IT. A […]

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ONC: Interoperability in Action

It should come as no surprise that the future of electronic health records rests on interoperability. Everyone can agree that in order to improve health […]

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