DAYTON, Ohio - Standard Register Healthcare, a leader in managing health-related information and communications, announced it has signed a three-year, multimillion dollar contract with CareSource for the management of communication workflows and production of external information.Dayton-based CareSource is a nonprofit health plan and one of the nation's largest Managed Medicaid plans in the country with more than 1.2 million members in Ohioand Kentucky.
Leveraging its software, Standard Register will manage CareSource's information production process through their on-site print centers and partnerships. The Company will partner with local, regional and national suppliers to create time-sensitive member communications and regulated material. Together, Standard Register's data-driven process and high-speed ink jet equipment will enable CareSource to create member-specific enrollment materials and communications quickly and accurately in a secure manner.
"CareSource has experienced unprecedented growth in recent years giving way to innovative opportunities for improved efficiency and effectiveness of our communication processes with members," said Pamela Morris, president and CEO of CareSource. "We look to Standard Register to provide technology-enabled solutions that will support member preferences and our growth initiatives."
"Improving outcomes by empowering people with information is the vision of Standard Register's Healthcare business," said president and CEO Joseph P. Morgan, Jr. "We are excited that two Dayton-based companies will join forces to improve the access of health care information."
Standard Register will work closely with CareSource teams to expedite the transition process, which will include information and data sharing, inventory assessments and production schedules.