A. Reddix & Associates wins health-care reform contract
A. Reddix & Associates has secured a contract to provide technical help to stakeholders involved in creating health insurance exchanges under the federal health-care reform law.
The online exchanges are aimed at creating a marketplace for consumers and small businesses to compare and buy health insurance.
The exchanges will be created by each state or by the federal government if the state fails to develop an exchange programme.
The contract with federal Centers for Medicaid & Medicare Services involves Norfolk-based company to work with many companies and individuals that will participate in implementing the health insurance exchanges, including insurance issuers, agents, brokers, pharmacy benefit managers, third-party administrators, and state reinsurance vendors.
Facing tight deadlines in implementing the exchanges, CMS wants to ensure that stakeholders have the training and information they need to plan, understand, and comply with the requirements of law.
The technical assistance program, will run through September 2014, includes in-person and virtual training, meetings, exercises, documentation, manuals and other materials.
ARDX is a Virginia-based company specializing in healthcare management consulting services, with expertise in Medicare and Mediciaid.
The focus is to help government and private companies to integrate regulations and operations to ensure effective performance and quality service.
The company has secured the Urban League’s A. Phillip Randolph award and Inside Business’ Best Places to Work in Hampton Roads Award.
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