NEWS & VIEWS
“InspiriTec looks at you for the person you are and the work you do, not the medical condition that you have.”
InspiriTec was featured in the PA Department of Human Services’ MMIS Q1 Newsletter. The Medicaid Management Information System (MMIS) will enhance claims payment accuracy and efficiency and standardize federal reporting. InspiriTec has been identified as a provider for Tier 1 Support Center (TSC) services for MMIS 2020 Platform users. The TSC will be the public-facing voice of the platform- answering questions, providing assistance, and working with DHS to build a user-friendly system that produces the right outcomes.
Congratulations to LaRay Hay from our NJ DCA office. On October 10th, LaRay was awarded the “Advocacy” award at the 2019 AccessNJ Star Conference held in New Brunswick, New Jersey. LaRay is a Customer Service Representative (CSR) for InspiriTec’s New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs (DCA) Call Center.
InspiriTec has been awarded an IT 70 Federal Supply Schedule contract by the General Services Administration (GSA). IT Schedule 70 is the largest and most widely used acquisition vehicle in the federal government and is considered a preferred procurement source for technical products and services. Under this new certification, federal, state, and local government agencies can access InspiriTec’ services on GSA Advantage!®, the government’s electronic online ordering system. InspiriTec can now provide a full range of automated and attended management solutions to inquiries for technical or informational assistance from the public on what is recognized as the best government contract vehicle.
For the second year in a row, InspiriTec has been named a “Best Places to Work” by Philadelphia Business Journal. Hundreds of companies from the Greater Philadelphia area competed for this honor which recognizes excellence in work environment, personal growth, professional development, people, and embracing change. On the morning of July 30th, members of the InspiriTec team gathered with other award-winning companies at the 2300 Arena to celebrate this great accomplishment. We thank all of our colleagues from the Philadelphia and Wyomissing offices for demonstrating that it’s possible to deliver world-class contact center and IT support services while also delivering compassionate human services.
On June 17th, UniqueSource recognized InspiriTec’s Jordan Lazaroff during its annual “Embrace the Abilities” dinner in Hershey, PA. He was granted the Achievement Award which is given to individuals who do not let their disabilities take away from their day to day efforts. The UniqueSource Achievement Award was originally established in 1976 as the Nettie Mann Achievement Award to recognize outstanding workers from around the state who demonstrate exceptional character in living and coping with disabilities, particularly in the workplace. Jordan is an IT Help Desk Analyst with InspiriTec’s PA Department of Human Services (DHS) Help Desk in Philadelphia.
Congratulations to InspiriTec’s Paul Rangel for receiving SourceAmerica’s 2018 Honor Roll for Veterans Award. This award pays tribute to a veteran with a service-related disability who has exhibited outstanding achievement in her/his work. Paul is currently a Customer Care Representative on InspiriTec’s Human Resources Services Center (HRSC) located at Ft. Knox, Kentucky.
InspiriTec wins “Top Workplace in Philadelphia” Award For Third Consecutive Year. Congratulations once again!
The Philadelphia Business Journal has named InspiriTec a “Best Places To Work” for 2018 in the Large company category (Philadelphia presence: 100 to 500 employees). This year’s competition saw a record number of applications for the recognition program, which is solely based on the results of an employee survey process conducted by Quantum Research company.
On June 18th, UniqueSource recognized InspiriTec’s Katie Schatz during its “Embrace the Abilities” dinner – an event which showcase the skills and talents that individuals with disabilities bring to the workplace each and every day. Katie received the UniqueSource Achievement Award, by distinguishing herself through the quality of her work and her commitment to professionalism in the workplace. The UniqueSource Achievement Award was originally established in 1976 as the Nettie Mann Achievement Award to recognize outstanding workers from around the state who demonstrate exceptional character in living and coping with disabilities, particularly in the workplace. Katie manages the Community Health Choices project for InspiriTec (Philadelphia) and assists in teaching new employees about the project, monitoring quality assurance, answering representatives’ questions, and assigning calls to the representatives. Congratulations to Katie!
InspiriTec’s Jeff Carver is featured in this article showcasing Jeff’s advocacy efforts in support of growing employment opportunities for our Veterans. Jeff was part of SourceAmerica’s 2018 Grassroots team who attended meetings with our elected officials in Washington, DC.