Metro Data, Inc. awarded Maryland Health Resources Planning Commission (MHRPC) "SubAcute" contract
Metro Data, Inc. awarded Contract Number IS-96-320 by the Maryland Health Resources Planning Commission (MHRPC) for technical support and custom programming services for 42 Subacute Care Facilities.
The Maryland Health Resources Planning Commission not only establishes the State's health plan, but it also reviews requests by health facilities to provide specific health services. Md. Health General Code Ann. § 19-101, et seq. According to the statutory scheme, the State health plan must include (1) a description of the components that should comprise the health care system; (2) the goals and policies for Maryland's health care system; (3) identification of unmet needs, excess services, minimum access criteria, and services to be regionalized; (4) an assessment of the financial resources required and available for the health care system; and (5) the methodologies, standards, and criteria for certificate of need review.
NOTE - During its 1999 session, the Maryland General Assembly enacted House Bill (HB) 995, (Chapter 702, Acts of 1999, now Health-General Article §19-101, et.seq., Annotated Code of Maryland), which consolidated the duties and responsibilities of two existing health regulatory and policy-making bodies, the Health Care Access and Cost Commission and the Maryland Health Resources Planning Commission, into the Maryland Health Care Commission.
About Metro Data, Inc.
Founded in 1994, Metro Data, Inc. is a leading information systems & services firm that works exclusively with business clients to develop and apply customized technology solutions that accomplish a client's strategic goals.
Businesses have chosen Metro Data, Inc. to help keep pace with the ever-changing technology landscape. Metro Data, Inc.’s "end-to-end" experience helps their customers to secure their systems, reduce costs, and improve their business information systems performance.
What is CVE?
Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE®) is a list of common identifiers for publicly known cybersecurity vulnerabilities, and is the industry standard for vulnerability and exposure identifiers.
The process of creating a CVE Entry begins with the discovery of a potential security vulnerability. The MITRE Corporation currently maintains CVE and this public website, oversees the CNAs and CVE Board, and provides impartial technical guidance throughout the process to ensure CVE serves the public interest.
About Metro Data, Inc.
About the CVE Author, Michael J. Orlitzky
Mike has been with Metro Data, Inc. for over 20 years. He holds a PhD in Mathematics. He has been globally recognized for his work in discovering (and fixing) vulnerabilities in operating systems and application software. His research has been published in professional journals and he's been acknowledged by industry and academic peers for his work.
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