Amanda Starr, a principal of the healthcare and human services practice at CSG Government Solutions, has joined the Medicaid Information Technology Architecture Governance Board of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
CSG said Monday the board works to ensure that the MITA Framework meets Medicaid regulations, policies and procedures and supports efforts to implement, update and certify Medicaid systems at the state level.
“Amanda’s Medicaid IT, policy, and regulation expertise will help the board continue to achieve its goals,” said Robin Dufresne, director of CSG’s healthcare and human services practice.
Starr previously served as a consultant at Alltech Consulting; a senior business analyst and project manager
at Intuition Systems; and a client relations manager at Xerox‘s EDI Solutions subsidiary.
She has nearly 20 years of experience in IT projects for government healthcare programs.
The MITA initiative seeks to facilitate integrated business and IT transformation across the Medicaid enterprise to optimize the administration of the Medicaid program.