ACS to establish HIE and EHR interoperability for Wyoming Division of Health Affiliated Computer Services, Inc. , today announced a $4 million, three-year contract to supply the Condition of Wyoming with effective tools to improve care for Medicaid clients and reduce program costs. ACS will also link systems across several divisions and programs within WDH, develop Web applications and collect data that can interoperate with the next systems: Medicaid management details, immunization, vital records, laboratories, and health administration. As a long-term partner to Wyoming, ACS has provided the continuing state with Medicaid fiscal agent services since 1993..Children receiving DTaP vaccine would need at least six extra pictures of IPV and HepB vaccine to get the same protection. Vaccinations were even more timely for children receiving the 5-in-1 combination. On a list of eleven different suggested vaccines, the entire on-time vaccination price was 66.3 % for children receiving the DTaP/HepB/IPV vaccine, in comparison to 60.8 % for all those receiving DTaP vaccine. By age two, children receiving the 5-in-1 vaccine had fewer times without all suggested vaccinations: about thirty days on average, compared to 70 days in the DTaP group.