Health & Human Services: Eligibility and Service Integration
Bringing innovation to service delivery
Deloitte’s Eligibility and Service Integration market offering specializes in helping agencies improve how they determine eligibility and deliver health and human services programs such as Medicaid/State Children’s Health Insurance Program (S-CHIP), Food Stamps (SNAP), Child Care, and Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF). We combine our experience with demonstrated technical and business solutions to help Health and Human Services agencies achieve their integrated eligibility, case management, and service delivery objectives.
Integrated Eligibility Services
Business Process Renewal and Roadmap Development
We can develop efficient business processes based on eligibility and self-service leading practices which drive value and productivity by re-engineering core processes and developing more efficient service delivery models.
Application Development and Maintenance
We provide business-focused software resources to develop, enhance and/or maintain applications to support your state’s HHS programs that include the capability to transfer public domain applications from other states.
Case Management and Model Office Assessments
We can help you identify process and technology improvements to local and central office operations to increase efficiency, reduce costs, and improve customer service.
Technology and Software Integration Services
We can assist you in integrating business applications, including customizable-off-the-shelf (COTS) packages, to facilitate data sharing and provide enhanced automation support to central and local office staffs.
Training and Change Management Services
We can help you identify, plan, and execute strategies for implementing business and technology changes in your organization that improve adoption, drive productivity, and reduce the risks of change.
Legacy System Modernization Services
We can develop roadmaps for incrementally renewing your legacy business systems, with a focus on re-leveraging existing information technology (IT) assets, but also adopting technology that improves productivity and reduces costs.