Metro Data, Inc. awarded contract by the Maryland Department of Aging
Metro Data, Inc. has been awarded contract (# D26P9200006) by the Maryland Department of Aging. Metro Data, Inc. will write custom sofatware updates to MedicAid Software, which is used in waiver billing. The changes are to address issues brought up by software auditors.
About the Maryland Department of Aging
The Department of Aging protects the rights and quality of life of older persons in Maryland. To meet the needs of senior citizens, the Department administers programs throughout the State, primarily through local "area agencies" on aging. Area agencies administer State and federal funds for local senior citizen programs. These programs include advocacy services, health education, housing, information and referral, in-home services, and nutrition (Maryland Annotated Code Human Services Article, secs. 10-201 through 10-214).
The Department monitors and provides technical assistance to a network of nineteen area agencies on aging that serve all counties and Baltimore City. Grants of federal and State funds for local programs to serve the elderly are provided by the federal Older Americans Act (Title III), the federal Food and Agriculture Act (sec. 700), and State general funds. Area agencies also receive local funds, private donations, and contributions from program participants.
The Department of Aging works through five divisions: Budget and Fiscal Services; Client and Community Services; Continuing Care; Housing Services; and Program Development. The Department is aided by the Commission on Aging and the Financial Review Committee.
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.
For more information, call 410-667-3600.