CollabraLink Secures $48M Deal to Revamp Systems Supporting Medicaid and CHIP Program

Rahul Pandhi, president of CollabraLink

Rahul Pandhi, CollabraLink

CollabraLink Technologies has secured a $48 million 4-year contract to design and develop a new system designed to streamline the operations of the Medicaid and Children’s Health Insurance Program.

CollabraLink says it will leverage human-centered design, agile software development and DevOps to modernize a suite of business applications that support the system.

“CollabraLink is thrilled to have been selected to lead this digital transformation initiative on behalf of CMCS,” said Rahul Pandhi, CollabraLink CEO. “MACPro represents another opportunity for our firm to demonstrate our capabilities in service design and Agile product delivery. More importantly, this project offers CollabraLink a chance to have a meaningful impact within the Federal health domain – millions of Americans rely upon Medicaid & CHIP for vital health care services, and we are honored to play even a small role in enabling business operations that support those in need.”

The contract for work on the MACPro system is CollabraLink’s third prime contract award under the SPARC contract vehicle the company secured last year. This deal “further solidifies CollabraLink’s footprint in the federal healthcare sector,” the company said.

Related: CollabraLink Wins Deal to Streamline HHS System Using AI

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