Minn. To Pay $7M To End HealthMatch Contract Row

Law360, New York (March 17, 2011, 4:00 PM EDT) -- The state of Minnesota agreed to pay a software developer $7.25 million to settle a state court case stemming from a terminated contract for an automated health care eligibility system, Minnesota's Department of Human Services said Wednesday.

DHS Deputy Commissioner Anne M. Barry sent a letter Wednesday to three Minnesota lawmakers that said ACS State and Local Solutions Inc. would get $7.25 million to settle a contract case in Ramsey County District Court over Minnesota's now-defunct HealthMatch project.

The settlement represents a portion of the contract...
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