Health Law Seen Boosting Xerox, HP

When Tennessee Medicaid Director Darin Gordon walks around his department in an office park north of downtown Nashville, he sees dozens of workers from technology giant Hewlett-Packard.

HP's employees help to operate the massive computer systems that run Tennessee Medicaid. When Gordon wants a report on how much the government health insurance program is spending, or the quality of the care for 1.3 million enrollees, he relies on HP-generated data -- "the backbone of everything we do," he says.

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Source: Kaiser Health News (in collaboration with USA Today)