New Hampshire Extends Decade-long Relationship with CNSI
July 17, 2015
Categories: Press Releases
Rockville, Md. – CNSI today announced the New Hampshire Department of State, Division of Vital Records Administration (NHDVRA) has awarded CNSI a one-year contract (with optional 2-year extension) to maintain and enhance its Vital Records Information Network – the very system CNSI designed and built for the state beginning in 2004.
“The state of New Hampshire is a long-time valued partner for us here at CNSI,” said Vijay Mishra, Senior Vice President of Federal Programs at CNSI. “We’ve had a strong relationship with the state and its officials for more than a decade. There’s an enormous amount of mutual trust between us that allowed for the design and implementation of a truly groundbreaking system. We’re excited to get to work and make sure that system, NHVRIN, stays cutting edge.”
The New Hampshire Vital Records Information Network (NHVRIN), the country’s first web-based vital records system, allows the state’s physicians, funeral homes, hospitals, authorized care facilities and local officials to register vital event data directly into a centralized database. NHVRIN also allows users to efficiently perform all vital records office tasks, from the capture or registration of vital events to the creation of statistical reports. CNSI’s updated scope of work will consist of software upgrades and functionality changes to accommodate new data sets.
As a fully web-based platform, NHVRIN has created financial and operational advantages for the state in many ways. The platform allows entities all over the health care spectrum to access and utilize data without software – saving time and money without the burdens of maintenance or licensing. Further, the collaboration NHVRIN permits increases productivity and efficiency in one of the State’s most interconnected industries.
“We’re excited to continue our work with CNSI to make New Hampshire’s vital records system remain the most capable in the nation.” said Stephen Wurtz, State Registrar and Director at NHDVRA. “We have been extremely pleased with the system CNSI implemented a decade ago, so when new federal and state mandates affecting our database were enacted, we turned to CNSI to bring the system up to date.”
For more information about CNSI and its work in information technology and business process outsourcing solutions, visit www.cns-inc.com.