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GetInsured Company Acquires Change and Innovation Agency

Vimo, which runs some of the largest state health insurance exchanges with its GetInsured software, has acquired the company for its health and safety net service delivery management technology.

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Vimo, a major software vendor for state health insurance exchanges under the name GetInsured, has acquired a company that offers service delivery technology for health and human services and safety net programs.

That would be the Change and Innovation Agency, whose acronym is C!A. The company’s software helps government agencies manage the work of providing a range of services such as food stamps, child welfare and housing programs.

Both companies have a well-established footprint in their respective markets. Vimo was founded in 2005, and after the passage of the Affordable Care Act in 2010 it began providing technology to help states set up their health exchanges under the law. Some of the largest states use GetInsured, including California, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

C!A, whose platform is called Current, has worked with agencies in roughly half of the states and some of the largest counties, including the Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services and the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services.

“Deploying the C!A Service Delivery and Optimization Platform into Exchanges will allow us to bring state clients’ service delivery to the next level” said GetInsured CTO Shankar Srinivasan in a press release. “The platform will help to enable better online conversion, improve consumer assistance center effectiveness, and bring forth a new era of data-driven continuous eligibility solutions.”
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