Timely, accurate, conflict-free screenings and evaluations
As assessment and administrative specialists, we help individuals with complex needs to receive government-sponsored care and supports necessary to improve their quality of life.
Implications of a rapidly aging population
in individuals 65 and older by 2030
people concurrently enrolled in Medicare and Medicaid in 2016
of people who turn 65 today will develop a severe disability that will require Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS) as they age
Helping government respond to growing demand for assessments
We offer proven solutions that enable your program to stand up to the needs and expectations of vulnerable populations while ensuring compliance with applicable regulations.
We treat people with respect and empathy through our delivery of prompt, accurate and unbiased results. We focus on the individuals’ needs and best options for improving their quality of life. After all, assessments shouldn't be a source of frustration to vulnerable individuals and their families.Concerned about getting an assessment? Learn more
Expertise that makes us a trusted partner to government
We combine assessment subject matter expertise with years of success implementing large-scale, independent, quality assessment services. Maximus partners with states to perform these assessments with conflict-free accuracy to satisfy Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) regulations.
Technology that streamlines
We design intuitive, responsive systems for states that streamlines complex workflows using cutting-edge technology and web-based solutions.Learn More
Independent, specialized assessments and data management tools
We serve individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, behavioral health diagnoses, and complex physical or medical conditions by helping them receive essential services and supports through prompt, accurate, reliable assessment services.
Pre-Admission Screening and Resident Review (PASRR)
Maximus is the foremost PASRR authority to help state officers successfully manage every detail of their state's PASRR program and all affiliated long-term care services.
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) Assessments
We conduct a variety of specialized screenings, assessments, evaluations, and reviews to accurately determine care and service needs for individuals. Populations served include children, adults, elderly, and persons with disabilities.
We deliver gold standard, evidence-based Utilization Review services for a variety of state programs, populations, age groups and diagnoses. Our methodologies are tailored for each state to accommodate unique participation criteria, provider standards, and other measures important to oversight agencies.
Experience that spans populations and programs
We perform more than 1.5 million assessments per year in the United States and the United Kingdom.
More than simply informing eligibility decisions about benefits, assessments are powerful tools for understanding and successfully addressing the needs and expectations of individual participants. In fact, assessments are integral to the workforce programs we operate because they inform and enable us to create person- and family-centered career plans that offer hard-to-place job seekers greater opportunities for success.
We have the expertise and experience to deliver large-scale assessment programs that also ensure quality, timely and respectful service is delivered and that the needs of vulnerable individuals are met.
Identifying disability-eligible participants within large program caseloads, including TANF and foster care
Improving the assessment experience for 1 million individuals applying for DWP benefits
Friday Five: Millions may be newly eligible for ACA health insurance during open enrollment
Friday Five: Simple solutions could make filing for unemployment benefits easier
Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Trusted Doctors, and Maximus partner to provide free childhood vaccinations, flu shots, and well-child visits
Friday Five: States are planning COVID-19 vaccine distribution, but questions remain