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HealthCare.gov by CGI

Here is how CGI, the company that has created part of the new Healthcare.gov site sees it’s work-

  • Provider based services  Helping both the Medicare provider community and large-scale, private-sector payers design, code, implement and support national enrollment, enumeration, financial and case management, and identity and access management systems.
  • Public health surveillance  Linking office, clinic and hospital-based medical data sources to provide continuous, centralized analysis and reporting.
  • Portal integration  Providing timely, accurate, secure and personalized information through a consistent, easy-to-navigate interface.
  • Security  CGI’s Security Management Life Cycle (SMLC) complements agencies’ system development life cycle to adhere to their security Certification and Accreditation (C&A) methodologies and to provide a framework that embeds appropriate security activities into every phase of a system’s development.
  • Enterprise architecture/service oriented architecture  Our EA and SOA approach maps closely to Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA) reference models and integrates processes across strategic planning, SOA, project and program management, Capital Planning and Investment Control (CPIC), performance management and business operation.
  • Business intelligence  Through data warehousing, business analytic tools and content/knowledge management services, CGI’s BI practice helps federal agencies develop the processes, technologies and end-user tools needed to turn data into information and information into knowledge.
  • Applications development  Using our CMMI Level 3-certified methodologies, reference architectures and reusable 3-tier development frameworks, CGI offers a portfolio of custom development, legacy improvement, migration, application conversion and platform consolidation services.
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