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Deloitte to pay R.I. $27 million for Medicaid Computer failures

By April 27, 2017December 21st, 2017Uncategorized

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Deloitte Consulting, the contractor for the state’s troubled public-benefits computer system, has agreed to credit the state $27 million to cover problems associated with the system’s launch.   The credit will cover a “temporary hiring surge” at the state Department of Human Services and other personnel expenses. It will also pay for contracted service expenses for the remainder of the current fiscal year and the first quarter of fiscal 2018, according to a statement

Source: Deloitte to pay R.I. $27 million for UHIP failures


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