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spaceScott Martin, Chief Information Officer

The Bureau of Information Technology Services provides for the IT needs of central office and all its operational facilities and offices. Major systems in the process of being purchased or developed include the electronic health record system for all inpatient facilities, the document management system and the learning management system. Major systems currently supported for departmental use include the Financial Resources Management Systems (FRMS), the inpatient CARES system, the Alabama Substance Abuse Information System (ASAIS), the Mediware-WORX Pharmacy System and the Alabama Community Services Information System (ACSIS). An assortment of smaller systems are also maintained to support MI Community Program Residential Bed Management, ID Community Program Incident Tracking, patient/client payroll, property inventory and Medicaid payment processing and distribution. The bureau is also responsible for creating and generating reports and data views for business entities throughout the department. Within this bureau is also the Networks and Telecommunications Section which is responsible for policies, support, and services for the department’s data, voice and video systems to include facility networks and devices, connectivity to the State’s mainframe, the department’s Local Area Network (LAN), the state’s Wide Area Network (WAN) and the state and public carriers voice network services.

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