The health services tech company that formed from last year’s merger of McLean-based health care IT provider CNSI and Nashville, Tennessee-based health care management tech company Kepro is now branding
Thousands will qualify for Medicaid due to change eliminating 10-year work history requirement
RICHMOND, Va. — Ni Kin became a permanent resident in 2002 at 70 years old, but she was unable to work after moving from Myanmar to Virginia due to mobility
Reston gov services company to buy division of McLean firm
Reston-based government services company Maximus announced Monday it has acquired the federal division of McLean-based Attain LLC for $430 million. With more than 30,000 employees worldwide and $2.8 billion in
More than 116K enrolled since pandemic began
The Virginia Department of Medical Assistance Services (DMAS) has announced that more than 500,000 Virginians have enrolled in health coverage since expanded Medicaid eligibility rules took effect in January 2019.
Katrina Tuisamatatele joins Halfaker and Associates LLC
Arlington-based technology services provider Halfaker and Associates LLC announced Wednesday that it has named Katrina Tuisamatatele as deputy executive vice president of health operations. With more than 25 years of
Workers to receive one-time $1.5K payment
Home health care workers who served elderly people or those suffering from disabilities during the early months of the pandemic will receive a one-time $1,500 hazard payment from the state
Emergency funding to go to providers serving Medicaid members
Amid the COVID-19 public health crisis, Gov. Ralph Northam on Tuesday approved an estimated $30 million in emergency support for primary care doctors, pediatricians and other health care providers who
Virginia is the first state to conduct a baseline survey of new Medicaid expansion members.
At the one-year mark for Medicaid expansion in Virginia, the number of newly enrolled adults in Medicaid has nearly doubled from 200,100 to 370,000. And survey data from an online