The acclaimed annual program for Medicaid professionals will feature frontline experience from top health plans, key states, and provide crucial post-election insight.
The Eighth Annual Medicaid Innovations Forum, February 1-3, 2017, in Orlando will feature top health plan CEO’s and senior-level Medicaid professionals, case studies from many key states, and the most updated post-election analysis. This unique program is jam-packed with the most current information, offering a variety of forward-thinking perspectives.
Top health plan leaders will discuss insights into Medicaid managed care, how to best leverage risk assessments to identify and influence social determinants of health, and recent lessons learned from coverage of those affected by Flint Water. Senior Medicaid executives from Aetna Better Health, United Healthcare Community and State, and Genesee Health Plans will identify innovations in coverage, managed care, and specific models and strategies to improve the quality of care and control costs.
States with programs on the frontlines such as Indiana, Idaho, Colorado, Arkansas, Wyoming, Georgia and Delaware will review their most current programs such as patient-centered care coordination, episode-based payment, premium assistance programs, and mobile technologies to succeed in Medicaid.
A panel of experts will share the impact of the recent Presidential election and its projected effect on Medicaid programs. In addition to these highlights, attendees will hear from a diverse group of experts in the Medicaid industry. Speakers also include Directors from Mostly Medicaid, HealthNet, Matrix Medical Network, CareSource, Healthy Communities Institute, a Xerox Company, BlueCare Tennessee, Priority Health and many others. These experts reveal the best practices in improving the quality of care, and controlling costs.
Who Should Attend.
Health Plans and State Government Agencies:
Vice Presidents, Directors, and Managers from: