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GovWin’s December state and local research includes the 2020 SLED Government Contracting Forecast, plus a guide to selling to the state of South Carolina.
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Despite being a shorter month, solicitation activity in the State, Local and Education (SLED) Health and Human Services (HHS) market increased 23% in February compared to the previous month, continuing a strong start to 2017.
After a slow end to the fourth quarter, the State, Local and Education Health and Human Services (HHS) market saw an 11% increase of solicitations in January compared to December 2016.
Solicitation activity increased by 2 percent in October compared to September as states and localities continue to seek solutions and services in the Health and Human Services (HHS) market. More states are planning Medicaid modular procurements, as well as modular upgrades to Child Welfare Information Systems.
Solicitation activity in the Health and Human Services (HHS) market decreased slightly in September, but was comparable to July and August activity. The majority of solicitations were in the categories of Medical and Scientific Equipment and Professional Services.
The number of health and human services (HHS) solicitations held steady in September compared to most of the summer, but was considerably lower than June numbers. This makes sense since June marked the end of the fiscal year for the majority of states. Most September bids for HHS related to professional services, health services, and medical/scientific equipment, followed by social services and information technology.
The Heartland of Healthcare Innovation: Recapping the 2015 Medicaid Enterprise Systems Conference (MESC)
After a four-day, substantive MESC conference, it is clear that the outlook for Medicaid technology is incredibly bright. In the history of Medicaid Management Information Systems (MMIS), the greatest opportunity for states and vendors is now as more states are ready to replace or update their systems.
Health care and human services solicitations saw a slight decrease in August compared to the high number of bids that came out early summer. As usual, the majority of solicitations were in the categories of professional services, medical/laboratory equipment, and health care and medical services, followed by social services, information technology, and architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) bids.
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