CMS/CCIIO User Support and System Development for Exchange Collaboration Tools (USSDECT) zONE
CMS/CCIIO Data Services Hub (DSH)
CMS/OIT Enterprise SharePoint Support (ESS)
CMS/OIT Enterprise Content Management(ECM)
CMS/OFM HIGLAS Security Support Contractor (SSC)
CMS/CCSQ QPP Content Management and Architectural Support (CM/AS)
NIH/NIMH Enterprise Service Catalog
Maryland Department of Health (MDH) - Long Term Services and Supports (LTSS) Software Development & Business Process Support
Maryland Health Services Cost Review Commission (HSCRC) - Multi-Payer Claims Analytic Tool (MCAT) Development and Implementation
We are proud to be associated with technology transformation initiatives supporting healthcare reform for federal, state and local government organizations. For over a decade, the ServBeyond team has partnered with leading service providers and government leaders in implementing successful programs to collect, integrate and analyze data to improve public healthcare outcomes.
Program & Portfolio Management
Data Management & Analytics
Service Management & Automation
Highlighted Past Performance:
Enterprise SharePoint Support (ESS) for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)
ServBeyond team provides design, development, enterprise administration and management of Microsoft SharePoint/Project Server and its features to all Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) components to meet their business needs. The additional services we provide include help desk support, governance, and operations and maintenance (O&M) of all development projects.
SharePoint is the standard enterprise collaboration tool and information repository for CMS. ServBeyond team members support CMS’ objective to use the SharePoint platform to operate as a seamless organization through the adoption of best practices that maximize Agency-wide effectiveness and promote efficiencies.
Multi-Payer Claims Analytical Tool (MCAT) Development and Implementation for the Maryland Health Services Cost Review Commission (HSCRC)
ServBeyond team provides project management, design, development and implementation services for MCAT to automate the aggregation, visualization, and report generation of Medicare Fee-for-Services (FFS) claims data to perform Total Cost of Care (TCOC) analyses.
Under the revised TCOC model, the HSCRC is moving towards a system in which hospitals and other providers are responsible for a beneficiary’s total cost of care. As part of this new Model, the State is monitoring an expanded set of measures and focusing on new and additional analyses to shed light on how total cost of care can be contained.