Curtis Royster, Jr.

Curtis Royster, Jr.

Department of Health Care Finance, Program Manager for MDW

• Earned over 35 years’ experience in the Information Technology Area for the various Federal Government Agencies including Department of Defense.
• New to the IT Health Care sector as Program Manager for the DHCF DC Medicaid Data Warehouse Program – Restful API and CMS Certification.
• Oversee the Department of HealthCare Finance Medicaid Data Warehouse (MDW) from programmatic to operationalize the use of the MDW across DHCF Administrations. Under my leadership, the DHCF Data Warehouse has new enhanced reports and dashboards across several Admins and functional areas:1) Medicaid Budget for the City Council Report, 2) Opioid Dashboard Report, 3) Monthly Provider Panel Reports for the My Health GPS Dashboard, 4) CMS9701:B Report Mthly Analysis - for results comparison, 5) CMS 64 Enrollment Report FY19 Q2 along w/ the Medicaid Enrollment Report, 6) Producing Reimbursement Reports by HDR codes a, 7) 9710:B Expenditures for every month in 2018, 8) Paginated reports for ORRFA, 9) Suspension Claims Report, 10) IDD and Blind/Disabled Reports, 11) Aged, Blind and Disabled (ABD) Benefit. Report, 12) Enrollment Projections by Custom Prog. Code Category, 13) CMS 64 Enrollment Report - FY18 Q3 and 14) the Health Services for Children w/ Special Needs (HSCSN) report.
• Restful API supports both internal data request from the MDW and external data request using the DC CRISP Health Information Exchange. The goal is to have the Restful API robust enough to support various endpoints related to the following Request and Response when performing exchange of health data. They are Medication Details, Diagnosis Details, Procedure Details, Encounter Claim Details, Member Demographic details, and MyHealthGPS Details.
• Involved in developing MDW (Medicaid Data Warehouse) Certification Checklist(s) evidence sheets documentation for CMS (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services) certification.
• Program Manager for the Department for IT Requisition and Personal Systems