COHBE will utilize CGI Health Insurance Exchange360A, a technology platform that is aligned with Affordable Care Act requirements and is Medicaid Information Technology Architecture (MITA) compliant, as well as CGI s consulting and business services.
What does MITA stand for?
MITA stands for Medicaid Information Technology Architecture (US government)
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We have 44 other meanings of MITA in our Acronym Attic
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology Total Data Quality Management (program)
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology Electronic Journal for Middle East Studies
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Lincoln Laboratory (also seen as MIT/LL)
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology Laboratory for Computer Science
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Lincoln Laboratory
- Mamba Intestinal Toxin 1
- Maine Island Trail Association (Portland, Maine)
- Manufacturing Integration Test Assembly
- Mare Island Technology Academy
- Maritime Integrated Training Architecture
- Medical Informatics & Technology Applications
- Metroplex Interpreters and Translators Association (Texas)
- Miniature Inertial Two-Axis Gyro
- Ministry of Information, Communications and the Arts (Singapore)
- Musical Instrument Technicians Association (international)
- Madras Institute of Technology Alumni Association (Chennai, India)
- Medical Information Technology Advisory Board
- Major Industries Training Advisory Council (Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia)
- Map Interpretation and Terrain Analysis Course
- Marine Industries Technical Assistance Service Center
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Aligning with Medicaid Information Technology Architecture requirements and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' Seven Conditions and Standards for Enhanced Funding can be done more efficiently and effectively.
The abundance of existing industry business models for human services, including the Medicaid Information Technology Architecture, suggest that the first iteration of the national model could be produced within six to eight months after the contracts are awarded.