CompuClaim announced that they are changing their name to Relay after in-depth work with their customer base, scanning where the school-based Medicaid market is headed, and completing an external brand assessment. This is a major move for the company on its mission to create solutions that service providers love and that minimize the administrative burden associated with Medicaid, so school districts can focus on what really matters: student progress.
“While the name CompuClaim has served us and our districts well for more than 28 years, documenting student services and ensuring compliant Medicaid claims has continued to evolve and become more complex,” says Paul Miller, CEO at Relay. “We sought out a name that captured the holistic approach from when a child is first identified for service through service documentation and claiming. From providers to district Medicaid teams, to various data systems used to ensure compliant claiming—each step in the workflow requires precision and trust – like a relay race.”
This news comes in the wake of many recent initiatives and accomplishments of the company, including:
- Implementing software in five new states for a total of 22 states.
- New product updates with streamlined and simplified service logging.
- New team growth with a combined 100+ years of Medicaid expertise.
To learn more about the name change, visit the new School Medicaid Resource Hub.
About Relay: Relay is a School Medicaid Workflow Solution that allows K-12 school districts to simplify their special services documentation and Medicaid claiming to increase reimbursements while decreasing districts’ time and effort.