Industry’s Most Widely Used Web-Based Long-Term Care Platform Will Manage the Older Americans Act Requirements Statewide
RESTON, VA – April 30, 2014 – Mediware Information Systems, Inc., the industry’s leading provider of cloud-based long-term care software, announced today that the
Mississippi Department of Human Services (MDHS) has selected Mediware to deliver a National Aging Program Information System (NAPIS) tracking system for the Division of Aging and Adult Services (DAAS). MDHS and the state’s Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) will join more than half the country’s aging service agencies in using Mediware to manage Older Americans Act (OAA)-funded programs.
“Harmony is pleased to welcome the state of Mississippi into the growing list of organizations that rely on our solutions to better serve the country’s population of seniors and people with disabilities,” said Joseph Sander, President and CEO of Harmony Information Systems. “By implementing Harmony, Mississippi will not only be able to focus on more efficiently serving seniors by streamlining the delivery of OAA-funded services and automating NAPIS reporting, but will be well positioned to take advantage of new programs and funding opportunities in this rapidly changing long-term care environment.”
The selection and deployment of Mediware directly supports Mississippi’s mission to protect the rights of older citizens while expanding their opportunities and access to quality services. With Mediware, Mississippi will be able to automate their annual NAPIS reporting process to a simple push-button operation and will guarantee Mississippi’s NAPIS report will be automated, accurate, and accepted by the Administration for Community Living.
Mediware delivers industry-leading, purpose-built long-term care solutions that enable human services agencies to seamlessly collaborate with their delivery partners to provide high quality health services with extreme efficiencies. Mediware’s suite of products is tailored to individual organizational needs so that they can serve more consumers with existing resources via home- and community-based approaches to long term supports and services. Mediware’s solution is highly configurable and easy to change, making Mediware the proven, safe choice for organizations of all sizes. Mediware’s on-demand delivery model allows government agencies, private companies, nonprofits, and volunteer caregivers to securely collaborate and exchange information so that they can improve service delivery, comply with funding source requirements, and submit claims to federal programs such as Medicaid and the OAA.
Learn more about Harmony’s solution for Older Americans Act programs at: http://www.mediware.com/ltss/solutions/older-americans-act/.
Mediware Information Systems, Inc. (Harmony), the industry’s leading provider of cloud-based long-term care software, helps state and local agencies collaborate with caregivers and service delivery organizations to empower consumers to thrive in their homes and communities. Harmony’s smart applications for managing Medicaid, Medicare, and Older Americans Act-funded programs are continually updated to comply with policy changes and industry best practices to provide high-quality long-term services and supports to the disabled and the aging. The result is a breakthrough in care coordination that reduces operational costs, ensures rapid reimbursements, and optimizes outcomes. Mediware is recognized as the most scalable, robust, and dependable platform provider in the industry and is in use at 40 state-level agencies by more than 25,000 users. For more information, visit www.mediware.com.