As of March 3, 2021
We have certified 17 states using the Medicaid Enterprise Certification Toolkit (MECT) or Outcomes-based Certification pilot back to day one of operations.
Gainwell also has established standard practices for security and scanning which meet the CMS MECT criteria to be used across states.
Our West Virginia MMIS system was the first system in the country to be certified under the pilot MECT 2.0 process. Our Puerto Rico MMIS system was the first system in the country to be certified under the pilot Outcomes Based Certification process.
The following table outlines the states where the MMIS has been certified since inception of the Medicaid Enterprise Certification Toolkit (MECT) checklists.
CMS-Certified MMIS by State:
|State||Certification date||MECT version|
|Puerto Rico (Phase 2)||January 2021||Outcomes Based (pilot)|
|Nevada||May 2020||MECT 2.3|
|Vermont||February 2020||MECT 2.3|
|Puerto Rico (Phase 1)||January 2020||Outcomes Based (pilot)|
|Colorado||September 2019||MECT 2.2|
|Kansas (Stage 1)||August 2019||MECT 2.3|
|Arkansas||March 2019||MECT 2.2|
|Indiana||June 2018||MECT 2.2|
|Delaware||March 2018||MECT 2.0|
|West Virginia||October 2016||MECT 2.0 (pilot)|
Gainwell has full accreditation pursuant to Health Utilization Management, Version 7.3 Program for Kansas and Nevada.