Agenda

Speaker Presentation
Day One
February 3, 2022
THE PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS AND THE IMPACT ON THE MEDICAID MARKET
7:50

Chairperson’s Welcome

Clay Farris,Founder and Practice Lead, Client Solutions,Mostly Medicaid

8:00

Chairperson’s Opening Address: Where Do We Go From Here? A Look at What's Ahead for the Broader Medicaid Industry in the Next 3, 10 and 20 years

Clay Farris,Founder and Practice Lead, Client Solutions,Mostly Medicaid

8:30

Keynote Session: Exploring Pandemic Changes to Medicaid That Are Permanent: Care Delivery, Member Engagement, and the Pursuit of Health Equity

Errol Pierre,Senior Vice President, State Programs, Healthfirst

9:00

Panel Discussion: The Future of Medicaid Under the Biden Administration

Moderator:

Leonard J. Kirschner,Immediate Past President,AARP Arizona

Panelist:

Henry W. Osowski,Managing Partner,Strategic Health Group

9:30

Increasing Vaccination Rates in the Medicaid Population: Improving Access, Overcoming Vaccine Hesitancy, and Getting the Message Out to Medicaid Recipients

Ieisha Gray,Chief Operating Officer,CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield Community Health Plan District of Columbia

10:00

Equipping Child Welfare Workers with Health Information for Better Outcomes

Andrew Bledsoe,Deputy Executive Director, Office of Health Data and Analytics, KY Health Information Exchange

10:30

Morning Refreshment Break

CARE DELIVERY INNOVATIONS IN THE ERA OF COVID-19
11:00

Panel Discussion: Innovative Virtual Care Initiatives: Leveraging Telehealth, Remote Care Delivery, and Hybrid In-Person Care Models to Improve Access, Outcomes, and Affordability

Moderator:

Henry W. Osowski,Managing Director,Strategic Health Group

Panelists:

Chris Esguerra,MD, Chief Medical Officer,Health Plan of San Mateo

Jan Smith Reed, Director, US Healthcare,T-Base Communications

11:40

Providing LTSS Through Leveraging Home and Community Based Services: Improving Access, Reducing Hospitalizations, and Ensuring Positive Outcomes

Michelle Martin, Senior Policy Director for LTSS,UnitedHealthcare Community and State

12:10

Leveraging Risk Stratification to Select and Target Populations for Intensive Care Management and Reduce Avoidable ER Visits

Karissa Smith, LPC, CADC I, Director of Care Coordination,CareOregon

Summer Sweet, Triage and Data Integration Manager of Population Health, CareOregon

12:40

Leveraging Data Science for Insight-Driven Decisions to Focus on the Most Impactable Needy Members for the Optimal Outcome

Frank Song, PhD, PMP, CPHQ, PAHM, CHC, Data & Analytics Services Director, Central California Alliance for Health

1:10

Luncheon

2:10

Panel Discussion: Implementing Coordinated Care for Beneficiaries with Complex Needs: Integrated Care Management and Transition Strategies that Address the Medical and Social Needs of the Most Vulnerable Populations

Moderator:

Jim Milanowski,CEO,Genesee Health Plan

Panelists:

Karleen M. Haines, MPS, Chief of Community Relations, Partners Health Plan

Jamie Zajac,DC, Manager of Care Manager,Colorado Access

Dorthy K. Young, PhD, MHSA, Chief Health Data, Operations and Research Officer,Mississippi State Department of Health

Maureen Lillis, Chief Clinical Transformation Officer,Independent Living Systems

2:50

Advancing Alternative Payment Models Throughout the Pandemic: Educating and Transitioning Providers from Fee-for-Service to Value-Based Care Agreements

Melanie Cavaliere, Chief, Innovative Care Delivery, Center for Health Information Technology & Innovative Care Delivery,Maryland Health Care Commission

3:20

Medicaid and SDOH Innovation in the Advancement of Food Security and Health Equity

Tim Conroy, National Vice President, Government and Healthcare Partnerships, Mom’s Meals

3:50

Afternoon Refreshment Break

ADDRESSING SDoH/COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS
4:20

Panel Discussion: Accelerating Investments in SDoH to Close Gaps: Implementing Community-Based Programs and Resources that Address Inequalities and Disparities

Moderator:

Laura Crawn,Vice President of Regulated Markets Client and Market Strategies Express Scripts

Panelists:

Sharon Colaizzi, RN BSN/BS, MPPM CPHM, Corporate Director, Program Management,AmeriHealth Caritas

Chris Esguerra, MD, Chief Medical Officer,Health Plan of San Mateo

Dr. Travis Gayles,Chief Health Officer,Hazel Health

Doug Golub, President, MediSked,LLC

Amy Lung, Chief Operations Officer, HealthMine, Inc.

5:00

Leveraging Community Health Workers During the Pandemic: Utilizing Virtual and In-Person Workers as Agents of Change in the Community and to Maintain Healthcare Service Delivery

Dr. Gabriel Uribe, DSW, Director of Community Health, Inland Empire Health Plan

5:30

Community Collaboration in Reducing Racial Inequities in Covid-19 Care

Jim Milanowski, CEO, Genesee Health Plan

6:00

Improving Maternal Outcomes Through Medicaid: Extending Comprehensive Health Coverage Postpartum, Especially Among Women of Color and Those in Rural Areas

Ana Brown-Cohen, MPH, Senior Manager of Health Programs, Colorado Access

Jamie Zajac, DC, Manager of Care Manager, Colorado Access

6:30

Cocktail Reception

Day Two
February 4, 2022
ADDRESSING SDoH/COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS (CONTINUED)
7:50

Developing Partnerships with Community Based Organizations to Engage Vulnerable Populations, Reduce Social Barriers and Improve Health Literacy

Amy Riegel, Senior Director, Housing,CareSource

8:20

Session Sponsored by mPulse

8:50

Implementing CalAIM’s Community Supports Program to Address SDoH, Health Equity, and Long-Term Well-Being

Nancy Wongvipat Kalev, MPH, Senior Director, Systems of Care,Health Net

Dr. Pooja Mittel, Medical Director, Population Health Equity and Health Equity Lead, Health Net

9:20

Yes, We're Serious: The Path Forward To Reversing Food Insecurity

Jaren Scharen, Vice President of Marketing,Foodsmart

Shreeta Quantano, Head of Telenutrition Operations,Foodsmart

9:50

Leveraging Diverse Community Partnerships, Job Creation, and Anti-Violence Strategies to Reduce Social Barriers and Improve Health Among the Most Vulnerable

Tiffany N. Davis, Esq., DVP, Medicaid Performance and Delivery,Blue Cross and Blue Shield Plans in Illinois, Montana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas

MEMBER-FACING TECHNOLOGY
10:20

Effective Member Engagement for Prenatal and Postpartum Care

James Haskins, Director of Government Programs,HealthMine, Inc.

10:50

Morning Refreshment Break

11:20

Panel Discussion: Using a Wide Variety of Digital Tools and Apps to Engage Members, Improve Member Satisfaction and Support Better Health

Moderator:

Adimika Arthur, Executive Director,Health Tech for Medicaid (HT4M)

Panelist:

David Duhaime,Regional Manager, Pondera,a Thomson Reuters Company

Juan Pablo Segura,Co-founder & President, Babyscripts

12:00

Leveraging a Connected Care Platform - Driving Value-Based Outcomes with Technology

Rosemary Kennedy, PhD, RN, MBA, FAAN, Chief Health Informatics Officer Connect America

12:30

Harnessing Data to Drive Member Engagement through Better Targeted Digital Outreach, Telehealth, and Text Messaging Technology

Karleen M. Haines, MPS, Chief of Community Relations, Partners Health Plan

1:00

Luncheon

BEHAVIORAL HEALTH AND SUD/OUD MANAGEMENT
2:00

Panel Discussion: Developing Integrated Behavioral Health and Substance Use Disorder Treatment: Optimizing Care, Access, and Recovery Support Services to Improve Outcomes

Moderator:

Tiffany Stone,Deputy Director, Medicaid Policy, Michigan Association of Health Plans

Panelist:

Lisa Truitt,Director of the Health Care Delivery Management Administration, DC Department of Healthcare Finance

Carolyn Brooks,Director, Strategic Initiatives, UnitedHealthcare Community and State

2:40

Session sponsored by Enhanced Medication Services

Anna Hall, Director of Quality Services, Enhanced Medication Services

Mary Kay Owens, President and CEO, Intelligent HealthExecutive Director, PAVE Florida Partnership

3:10

Stakeholder Engagement: Maintaining and Increasing Engagement During a Pandemic

Michelle Laws, PhD, MA,Assistant Director for Consumer Policy and Community Stakeholder Engagement, Division of Mental Health/Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services, NC Department of Health and Human Services

Suzanne B. Thompson, MBA/MHA, Community Engagement and Empowerment Team, Division of MH/DD/SAS, NC Department of Health and Human Services

3:40

Taking a Multidisciplinary Approach to Prevention and Treatment of Opioid Overdose and Opioid Use Disorder

Cynthia Knorr-Mulder MSN, BCNP, NP-C, Administrative Director – Pain and Palliative Medicine, Pain Management Nurse Practitioner, Englewood Hospital & Medical Center

4:10

Implementing an Improved Opioid Use Disorder Model of Care

Dr. Elizabeth McKune, AVP, Population and Behavioral Health Strategy, Passport Health Plan by Molina Healthcare

4:40

Conclusion of Conference