700 Troy-Schenectady Rd.,
Latham, NY 12110 United States
At CMA, we believe in building something bigger than ourselves, every day. We support the missions of our client partners and build tailored business solutions that are efficient and value-based.
CMA has provided information technology (IT) products and services since 1984. We serve commercial, industrial, and public sector industries around the country, particularly in the areas of Health and Human Services.
CMA creates solutions that help our clients manage their business more effectively. CMA provides its customers the best in proven technology and experienced professionals.
CMA has conducted thousands of technology-oriented consulting engagements and developed hundreds of application system solutions for our customers.
CMA is a New York State certified woman-owned business.
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CMA created the Secure Healthcare Analytics and Research Platform (SHARP) with Oracle technologies, to provide states with an enterprise-wide solution for healthcare analytics. In New York State, SHARP provides over 1,400 users with online access to the premier Medicaid Data Warehouse in
the United States. SHARP users have become recognized as national leaders regarding Medicaid program integrity, such as the NYS Office of Medicaid Inspector General and the NYS Office of Attorney General’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit.
SHARP was implemented on a robust, best-in-class server technology foundation with a carefully-designed blend of platforms. Based on Oracle software, SHARP’s architecture was developed to provide high-performance, scalable, fault-tolerant platforms to support various processing requirements including database, ETL, and BI application functions.
When the MDW went into production in 2012, there was an immediate and dramatic increase in the effectiveness of OMIG’s program integrity efforts. In calendar year 2013, OMIG recovered $879 million in improperly expended Medicaid funds, which was more than the previous two calendar years combined. In calendar year 2012, OAG-MFCU collected over $335 million attributable to fraud and abuse occurring within the program. NYS currently ranks #1 in the nation for fraud detection and recovery.