Nevada expects to cut costs with new health insurance exchange site for 2019
The state is aiming to eliminate more than million in fees paid to the federal government for access to HealthCare.gov.
Maryland recoups $81 million from botched Medicaid system upgrade
A court battle with its technology vendor has ended in a settlement payout to the state's health department.
Colorado's plagued medical benefits system may finally get the upgrades it needs
New upgrades could put an end to a legacy computer system that has cost the state more than 30 million in improper payments.
‘Snapshot’ tool simplifies search inside California's child welfare unit
An early preview of the technology shows how the state hopes to cut across institutional silos.
How a Boston-based startup is changing non-emergency medical transportation
Commentary: A new platform that is improving service quality and reducing fraud in the health care sector serves as a valuable example that government can follow.
After California food stamp tool, Code for America explores new state partnerships
Expansion of the nonprofit's food assistance tool is proof that the civic tech market is maturing, says the group's leader.
Failed benefits portal prompts IT freeze in Rhode Island
Still grappling with the troubled launch of its health benefits portal, Rhode Island halted all state IT development until a new project management framework is in place.
Feds share experimental one-stop benefits portal
A new site from the U.S. Digital Service tests the possibility for a single enrollment site for federal benefits.
New law allows Missouri schools to bill Medicaid for telehealth services
A law that just took effect could open the door for school districts in the state to start embracing telehealth techniques to treat special needs students.