Management Information Systems. A. The CONTRACTOR shall maintain a process that collects, analyzes, integrates, and reports data. (42 C.F.R. § 438.242(a); Cal. Code Regs., tit. 9, § 1810.376.) This process shall provide information on areas including, but not limited to, utilization, claims, grievances, and appeals. (42 C.F.R. § 438.242(a).)
Management Information Systems. The CMHSP shall ensure a Management Information System and related practices that reflect sufficient capacity to fulfill the obligations of this contract. Management information systems capabilities are necessary for at least the following areas: • Recipient registration and demographic information • Provider enrollment • Third party liability activity • Claims payment system and tracking • Grievance and complaint tracking • Tracking and analyzing services and costs by population group, and special needs categories as specified by MDHHS • Encounter and demographic data reporting • Quality indicator reporting • HIPAA compliance • UBP compliance • Recipient access and satisfaction
Management Information Systems. The CHC-MCO must have a comprehensive, automated and integrated health MIS that is capable of meeting the requirements listed below and throughout this agreement. See the information provided on the DHS Internet at the following link: xxxx://xxx.xxx.xx.xxx/provider/busandtechstandards/index.htm.
Management Information Systems. 17.1. CONTRACTOR shall maintain a health information system that collects, analyzes, integrates, and reports data. (42 C.F.R. § 438.242(a); Cal. Code Regs., tit. 9, § 1810.376.) The system shall provide information on areas including, but not limited to, utilization, claims, grievances, and appeals. (42 C.F.R. § 438.242(a).) The Contractor shall comply with Section 6504(a) of the Affordable Care Act which requires that State claims processing and retrieval systems are able to collect data elements necessary to enable the mechanized claims processing and information retrieval systems in operation by the State to meet the requirements of section 1903(r)(1)(F) of the Social Security Act. (42 C.F.R. § 438.242(b)(1).)
Management Information Systems. (1) Within sixty (60) days, the Board shall develop, implement, and thereafter ensure Bank adherence to a written program establishing an effective management information system (MIS) which facilitates risk identification, establishes controls, and delivers accurate information for timely review. In so doing, the Board shall identify the Bank’s specific information requirements and establish effective reporting mechanisms to guide decisions. The program shall include procedures for:
Management Information Systems. The Holdings Group shall provide the Central Group with information processing, data retrieval and other management information systems services. If the Central Group elects to discontinue receiving such services from the Holdings Group, the Holdings Group shall return all information pertaining to the business and operations of the Central Group and shall use its best efforts in the transition of all data processing functions in a manner that does not unduly disrupt the business or operation of the Central Group.
Management Information Systems. The PH-MCO must have a comprehensive, automated and integrated health management information system (MIS) that is capable of meeting the requirements listed below and throughout this Agreement. See Management Information System and System Performance Review Standards for MIS and Systems Performance Review (SPR) Standards provided by the Department on the HealthChoices and ACCESS Plus Intranet.
Management Information Systems. (1) Within ninety (90) days, the Board shall establish a management information system (MIS) program designed to provide the Board with adequate, accurate, and timely information about the Bank's operations and activities. The Board's MIS program shall be consistent with the guidance set forth in the OCC booklet Red Flags in
Management Information Systems. (a) The Servicer will, so long as and to the extent it maintains the following, provide to AerCo, the Administrative Agent and the Cash Manager access to Servicer's management information storage and systems, provided that such reasonable access shall only be granted with respect to information related to the Aircraft Assets.