What You'll Hear
With so many unknowns in the healthcare landscape, join us in April to get the latest information and a clearer picture of the future of Medicaid expansion, financial alignment, and proposed Medicaid regulations from policy insiders, managed care organization leaders, and state officials. The focal point of the 2nd Medicaid Managed Care Leadership Summit will be HOW do you improve care management, define improved quality of care, and engage members that reduce long-term costs and meet federal and state requirements.
Our speaking faculty will share their first-hand experience and lessons learned from their program innovations and implementations through in-depth case studies and sessions. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to leverage improved engagement, communication, case management, and financial incentives with your Medicaid managed care organization!
Topics at a Glance:
- Looking into the Crystal Ball: The Future of Medicaid & Managed Care During the Trump-Led Administration
- Bridging Health and Human Services into Managed Care
- Health Insurance Enrollment and Messaging: Best Practices Learned from Enroll America
- Analyzing Social Determinants to Create Effective Programs for Medicaid Beneficiaries
- Risk Adjustment Models in Medicaid for Payment Integrity
- Integrating MTLSS into Medicaid Products
- Medicaid Accountable Care Arrangements: Lessons from the Field
- Contracting Best Practices: Community Service Providers and Partners
- Engaging and Retaining Members with Community Connections & Partnership
- Transforming Provider Contracts into Risk Arrangements
- Genesee Health Plan: Reaching Members through School Partnerships
- Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Case Study: Cultural Competencies for Communications & Engagement
- Why Health Equity Matters
- Mobile Outreach Impacts Maternal Health
- Leveraging Technology to Reduce Costs and Improve Care Outcomes
- Reducing Care Coordination Gaps with Innovative Case Management
- 1115 Waiver: Moving Towards Person-Centered Health Communities
Top Reasons To Attend
- Learn how to successfully adapt to the presidential administration changes for Medicaid and managed care
- Hear directly from plans that have successfully built community partnerships to enhance the care of Medicaid members
- Determine how to leverage engagement techniques and technology resources that will encourage members to actively participate in their preventive care
- Hear how Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota addresses the health challenges and needs of immigrants, refugees, and second-wave refugees
- Two states will outline their waiver programs and how successful MCOs are creating programs to implement these initiatives
- Learn the key takeaways from two case studies that have reduced unnecessary admissions and ER visits from innovative case management and care integration
- Get steps and tools for social reinforcements that promote patient compliance for preventive care
- Learn how Florida Blue is transitioning their provider contracts into value-based arrangements
- Understand the full financial impact of bringing long-term care services for Medicaid members into your plan
- Properly identify social determinants within your population to build programs and incentives that remove barriers to care
- Get insight into the progress of Medicaid waiver demonstrations to understand trends that will affect state Medicaid managed care policies and regulations
Featuring case studies that highlight organizations that have successfully targeted a specific demographic to drive improved utilizations and reduce long-term costs!
Who Should Attend
This program is designed for senior-level personnel from Medicaid health plans, managed care organizations, and state programs with responsibilities in:
- Business Development
- Government Programs
- Care Management
- Community Relations
- Mental and Behavioral Health
- Long-term Support & Services
- Medical Directors
- Risk Adjustment
Get Answers To These Important Questions
- What has the industry seen regarding innovation and impact since the release of the Medicaid and CHIP Managed Care Final Rule in 2016?
- What type of programs and incentives are organizations implementing to address housing, economic stability, and food security challenges with members?
- How do you effectively leverage health risk assessments for analyzing social determinates?
- What are the advantages to value-based and risk arrangements with providers, and how do you develop these contracts?
- How can your company utilize remaining government incentives to develop a more robust behavioral health integration program?
- How does the managed care industry handle the overwhelming uptick in specialty drug usage and costs moving forward?
- Beyond member engagement, what other strategies, technologies, or programs can be applied to ensure that members are accessing care properly?
- How do you manage collaborations with local organizations and social services to connect eligible children and adults to Medicaid services?
- How do you get your often difficult-to-engage Medicaid members to have “skin in the game” and take responsibility for their health?
- What does the successful integration of long-term services look like for Medicaid plans?
New this year – two tracks: finance & operations AND communication & engagement breakout sessions!
When & Where
April 17-18, 2017
The Standard Club
320 S. Plymouth Court
Chicago, IL 60604
Phone: (312) 427-9100
We have a limited number of hotel rooms reserved for the conference. The negotiated room rate of $160 per night will expire on March 16, 2017 although we expect the block to sell out prior to this date. To ensure you receive a room at the negotiated rate, book well before the expiration date. Upon sell out of the block, room rate and availability will be at the hotel’s discretion.