MCLEAN, Va. — NTT DATA, a digital business and IT services leader, announced today that the Maryland Department of Health (MDH) has selected NTT DATA to provide consulting services to advance MDH’s Medicaid Enterprise Systems Modular Transformation (MMT) program.
The MDH is committed to promoting lifelong health and wellness for all Marylanders. NTT DATA shares in this commitment and, together with MDH, will enhance the services delivered to Maryland’s Medicaid population by helping implement technology-enabled MMT solutions to increase efficiencies throughout MDH’s Medicaid Enterprise .
“Medicaid programs are a critical component to the well-being of the citizens of Maryland,” said Tim Conway, Group President, Public Sector, NTT DATA Services. “NTT DATA is dedicated to partnering with Maryland to provide services that will enable modernization and equity of care, leading to better access to and support of Maryland’s Medicaid population.”
NTT DATA will work with MDH to establish the MMT enterprise project management office, support implementation of the Medicaid IT Roadmap, manage organizational change, and provide training and testing for the MMT program.
For more information on NTT DATA’s work with federal and public sector organizations, please visit: NTT DATA Public Sector Services .
About NTT DATA
NTT DATA is a leading IT services provider and global innovation partner with business operations in over 50 countries. Our emphasis is on long-term commitment, combining global reach with local intimacy to provide premier professional services varying from consulting and systems development to outsourcing. For more information, visit www.nttdata.com .
About NTT DATA Services
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Amy Baj, NTT DATA Services