MITA

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AcronymDefinition
MITAMedicaid Information Technology Architecture (US government)
MITAMinistry of Information, Communications and the Arts (Singapore)
MITAMaine Island Trail Association (Portland, Maine)
MITAMetroplex Interpreters and Translators Association (Texas)
MITAMusical Instrument Technicians Association (international)
MITAMare Island Technology Academy
MITAManufacturing Integration Test Assembly
MITAMaritime Integrated Training Architecture
MITAMedical Informatics & Technology Applications
MITAMiniature Inertial Two-Axis Gyro
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12 which includes the Medicaid Information Technology Architecture (MITA).
SOA is the foundation for the Medicaid Information Technology Architecture, which CMS developed to serve as a pathway for implementing interoperability and service orientation across the Medicaid enterprise.
In recent years CMS has established a Medicaid Information Technology Architecture initiative, one of whose purposes is to assure the availability of health information to those who need to know without compromising principles of privacy and patient/provider confidentiality (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, 2003).
Tenders are invited for Medicaid Information Technology Architecture (MITA) 3.
Aligning with Medicaid Information Technology Architecture requirements and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' Seven Conditions and Standards for Enhanced Funding can be done more efficiently and effectively.
The Department of Health and Social Services, Information Technology Planning, is soliciting proposals for commercial off the shelf (COTS) or software as a solution (SaaS) solution for complete Medicaid Information Technology Architecture State Self-Assessments (MITA SS-A) including Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) MITA SS-A.
The abundance of existing industry business models for human services, including the Medicaid Information Technology Architecture, suggest that the first iteration of the national model could be produced within six to eight months after the contracts are awarded.
It is the first software of its kind designed specifically to help support compliance with the Medicaid Information Technology Architecture (MITA) standards set by the U.
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