Ellicott City technology firm Data Computer Corp. America has landed a contract with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services worth up to $24 million. The contract is for one year, with the possibility of four one-year extensions. DCCA declined to disclose the base value of the contract.
Under the contract, DCCA will support a key system that CMS uses to process and store doctor information and payment information to physicians and hospitals.
The National Level Repository is the central system for the agencys Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act Incentive Payment Program. The law required doctors and hospitals …
G2X TAKE: This contract will be in support of the National Level Repository, a key system that CMS uses to process and store doctor information and payment information to physicians and hospitals. This is the most recent in a string of wins for DCCA and couldn’t come at a better time for this ESD prime as they try and prove to the CMS that they are the type of company CMS needs as a prime vendor on their new $25B IDIQ, SPARC.