The Westmoreland Intermediate Unit provides web programming and custom application development. We have developed a suite of applications which utilize a unified login system. This approach allows all applications to be conveniently accessed using a Single Sign-on solution.
On August 15, 2011, the PA Department of Public Welfare issued a bulletin requiring all Medicaid providers to do monthly exclusion checks.
The Fraud Check application is designed to simplify and automate these mandated fraud exclusion checks. Data from three on-line sources is obtained nightly and is consolidated into one easy-to-search database.
The Online Forms application is used to electronically sign, submit, and manage electronic forms and can include other documents.
The Retire Tracker application was designed to facilitate management of retiree insurance costs and payments.
The Salary Survey site allows business administrators and other authorized personnel to view, modify, and compare detailed statistics about salaries from each of our districts.
The Secure Docs application was created to allow districts to securely access shared documents. Currently, this app is used to share Therapy Billing Details, Early Intervention documents, and a repository of Collective Bargaining Agreements, Contracts, and Compensation Plans.
If you have any interest in any of these services or want a web application created for you, please contact Mr. Eric Vaughan, Technology & Infrastructure Services Director at 724-219-2342 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can also set up a demo login account to allow you to test each application to help determine if it will meet the needs of your district. Any of these applications can be customized to your district's specific requirements.
If you would like to access a demo of any of the eServices applications, please complete this form.