HCR121 (2017 Regular Session) Dashboard


HCR121 DASHBOARD >> LOUISIANA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH - TO BE DECOMMISSIONED
Agency Application Description PMO Moderization Status Loss Impact Economic Impact Social Impact Finding Type Replacement Cost Replaced By Key
Louisiana Department of Health Medicaid-MEDS Primary application used to capture, maintain and transmit Medicaid and CHIP data for LA constituents receiving Medicaid services. MEDS is currently being rebuilt as Eligibility & Enrollment (E&E) on the new Enterprise Architecture and is slated for R1 release in Q1 FY2018. Healthy Louisiana is Louisiana’s name for its new expanded Medicaid program, which provides health insurance coverage to more than 350,000 working Louisianans who could otherwise not afford health care. Complete 4 - Devastating Impact Medicaid expansion program is bringing both jobs and economic development to the State. The Medicaid Eligibility system currently enrolls more than 5000 citizens every month and processes over 1,500,000 renewals annually and a inoperable system would prevent medical care to Medicaid recipients. Key 100M-150M Integrated Eligibility System OEPT-522
Louisiana Department of Health OBH-FTP-PPMR Patient Population Report In-Progress Normal 0-49K OEPT-609
Louisiana Department of Health OPH-PHAME (Public Health Automated Management Enabler) PHAME is a mission-critical, statewide application used to determine eligibility for the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program. This system is in public health facilities and WIC contract agencies across the state, impacting an average of 117, 989 participants. WIC benefits are provided through a system of retail grocery stores across the state, there are approximately 559 authorized vendors. PHAME collects demographic data, vendor data, food instrument data and product data. The system provides direct interface with Solutran electronic payment processing technology for reconciliation of food instruments and the return of redemption data and amounts on a daily basis. PHAME captures all relevant participant information, food prescriptions and generates pre-defined reports based on data it has collected. Complete 4 - Devastating Impact The State would not be able to collect infant formula rebates of approximately $3,000,000 per month. Funding to 559 authorized vendors will be impacted by a system crash along with over $100,000,000 of annual federal funding from the USDA The program provides nutrition assistance to over 118,000 citizens over 80,000 of which are children and infants. Key 2M-5M LaWIN OEPT-813
Louisiana Department of Health OPH-PHAME Warehouse Public Health Automated Management Enabler (PHAME) warehouse. This is a component of PHAME. See OPH-PHAME above Complete 2 - Medium Impact Normal 100K-500K OEPT-815