Additional awardees named to CMS awards $2B Provider Enrollment and Oversight IDIQ (Jan 2021)
Almost two years after the solicitation was released and months after initial awardees were named, it appears that a Arch has been named to this multiple-award 5-year IDIQ intended to obtain contractors to carry out provider enrollment and screening tasks to detect, prevent and proactively deter fraud, waste and abuse in the Medicare and Medicaid programs. Link provided here.
This IDIQ is used to develop, implement, and align measures that fill critical gaps for quality priorities. These include measures relating to clinical quality of care, care coordination, population/community health, safety, person- and caregiver-centered experience and outcomes, and efficiency and cost reduction.
The purpose of the Network of Quality Improvement and Innovation Contractor (NQIIC) is to procure expert healthcare quality improvement services to support quality improvement efforts across settings and programs for maximum impact to healthcare and value to taxpayers in a manner that aligns with CMS efforts towards achievement of the CMS goals and agency Priorities along with other strategies, goals, recommendations, and priorities.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Contract is a five-year indefinite quantity contract, which serves as SAMHSA’s main vehicle for contracting out services.