Special Master: UHIP backlog ‘substantially eliminated,’ more work remains

PROVIDENCE — Deming Sherman, special master managing Rhode Island’s resolution of continuing software and management problems with the Unified Health Infrastructure Project computer system, reports the state has whittled down the backlog of applicants and is planning a software update as a state cost estimate on the fix stands at $491.7 million. The estimate, which…

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