Health care remains at the top of the to-do list for the administration, lawmakers, and health care professionals. Yet as the intensity of debate surrounding health care intensifies, one thing remains the same: changes to health care impact people in very real and personal ways.
This fall, join health care experts, government officials, academics, health insurance providers, and industry thought leaders as we discuss strategies to make the Medicare and Medicaid programs better for the people they serve while making them affordable and fiscally sustainable. You’ll find the answers you need and more at these targeted conferences.
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Dive into deep discussions about priorities, opportunities, and future directions for the Medicare and Medicaid programs. Click here to see a list of this year’s topics.
Peer-to-peer sharing, learning, and discussion about your organization’s most pressing issues. AHIP’s State Issues Retreat immediately follows Medicare, Medicaid and Dual Eligibles conferences. Combine all conferences with one trip.
America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) and America’s Physician Groups (APG) are convening a workshop on how medical groups and health insurance providers can successfully work together to improve individual and population health. We invite you to join us!
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The workshop will be September 24, 2019 from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm ET at the JW Marriott in Washington, DC (1331 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC).
The workshop is being held in conjunction with the AHIP National Conferences on Medicare, Medicaid, and Dual Eligibles — September 23-26 at the JW Marriott.
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A leading health policy expert will discuss the practical implications for the health care system of allowing Americans to purchase insurance coverage through the Medicare program, including key considerations and trade-offs in evaluating the potential impact of such reform efforts.
Speakers will discuss the implications for the Part D program, consumers, and taxpayers of rising drug prices and expensive breakthrough therapies in the pipeline, as well as potential solutions to ensure a sustainable benefit for future enrollees.
This session will provide insight on the array of MA-VBID models being tested through the CMS Innovation Center to increase choice, lower healthcare costs, and improve care quality for Medicare beneficiaries. The presentation will also highlight program details for the Medicare hospice benefit model launching in 2021.
This session will discuss issues that arise in calibrating the Medicare Advantage risk adjustment model on encounter data.
In a string of recent announcements, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) have revealed sweeping changes to policies governing large swaths of health care delivery, with a focus on bringing care to the home, and the goal of improving cost and outcomes of care for complex populations. These policies include: encouraging in-home dialysis, a proposed home infusion benefit, coverage for a wider array of supplemental benefits, using Value-Based Insurance Design (VBID) models to test a hospice carve-in for Medicare Advantage plans, the expansion of telehealth services for practitioners in accountable care organizations (ACOs) with performance-based risk arrangements, and new CPT codes for reimbursement of remote patient monitoring.
Without a complete view of a patient’s medical, pharmacy, genomic, social and demographic history, everyone misses out – whether you are a clinician, pharmacist, care giver or consumer. And in today’s data-driven world, with the pressures of value-based care impacting stakeholders across the health care continuum, the need for speed and transparency to capture a holistic patient view has never been greater. In this session, gain a multi-stakeholder perspective on how payers, providers, pharmacies, and patients are finding value in new approaches to interoperability and data sharing, what is on the horizon, and the impact of federally-proposed rules like TEFCA. Join the discussion as data connectivity experts explore how health care electronic exchange standards are transforming the interoperability landscape to solve today’s challenges around provider connectivity and patient engagement, care gap closure, and the ability to leverage advanced, intelligent clinical decision support.
Nearly half of all specialty medications are billed through the medical benefit – contributing to potential waste each year due to inappropriate and unnecessary utilization. In this session, you will learn about comprehensive strategies designed to address prescriber and patient needs and the latest in technical innovations delivering significant plan sponsor savings and supporting improving patient outcomes.
The Medicare Advantage and Part D program audit protocols are changing for 2020. The speakers will discuss the changes and effective strategies to improve audit performance.
Speakers will present strategies for leveraging technology to enhance the value of medical management tools in promoting safe, effective, evidence-based care.
In this session, we will share insights and measures from a successful nutritionally-focused home-delivered meals program for members with one or more chronic health conditions. Real-world results from a pilot program, presented by (a)credentialed expert(s), will be shared to support the importance of nutrition in managing chronic health conditions and the use – and cost — of health care resources. Design and measurement of a chronic care pilot program will be discussed, and a review of preliminary outcomes will be shared. In addition, the real-world instances of improved member engagement, positive clinical outcomes, and lowered cost of care through reduced utilization will be reviewed. The session will conclude with a summary of lessons learned through evidence-based studies, program results, and customer satisfaction measures.
In 2019 alone, the Federal Government has issued a number of proposed and final rules including final rule Medicare Advantage and Part D Drug Pricing (CMS-4180-F), proposed rule 21st Century Cures Act: Interoperability, Information Blocking, and the ONC Health IT Certification Program and proposed rule Secure Electronic Prior Authorization for Medicare Part D. All of these efforts promise to disrupt health care and will have a direct impact on Medicare Part D plans. Navigating this ever changing landscape can be challenging. Join us to dive deeper into how these rules are changing the dynamics for Medicare Part D and health care in general.
This session will explore a real-life example of a health plan’s goal of launching a new Medicare Advantage plan while leveraging their well-known market brand. Learn how they enlisted the talents of an outsourcer to administer core operations while allowing the health plan to focus on growth and provider relationships.
In this presentation, we will focus on today’s modern senior and Medicare. Learn why we need to be smarter about when aging consumers enter Medicare, what the impact is when consumers work longer and what their shopping experiences and enrollment behaviors tell us. The Medicare landscape is evolving and great opportunities exist, but challenges still remain. Join us in unlocking old patterns and exploring new strategies to capture, convert and protect today’s modern senior.
Today’s senior is no longer tech-averse. In fact, the opposite is true. Today’s seniors are using technology at an increasing rate. Now is the time to consider modern approaches to promote wellness. Join us to learn how to awaken engagement, create community, and help to decrease loneliness for your Medicare Advantage members.
Most health plans know they need to give members a better, more personalized experience—but how can you quantify the results of these efforts? In this session, attendees will learn how a leading health plan deployed a convenient, easy-to-use digital platform to their Medicare population, driving measurable improvements to engagement and cost savings. The speakers will share practical strategies for building relationships with members, as well as member stories demonstrating the positive impact of a digital approach.
This session will dive in to ways of optimizing network options to deliver patient-focused programs that drive higher adherence and improved clinical results. Presenters will share real-world examples that demonstrate how simple changes can lead to significant shifts in clinical performance, resulting in improved Medicare Star ratings.
As millions of tech-savvy Baby Boomers enter the market, never has there been a greater need for Medicare Advantage plans to modernize their consumer experience strategy. Medicare beneficiaries are becoming more sophisticated shoppers and consumers have high expectations of their health plan. This represents a significant opportunity for Medicare Advantage plans to expand their offerings. To do so, plans must arm themselves with technologies that are rooted in all things consumer experience. In this session, we will discuss how health plans can leverage consumer experience technology to capture data and analyze it to optimize the entire member experience — from onboarding to closing gaps in care to renewals.
This session will afford payers a unique opportunity to hear the provider’s view of opportunities and challenges of evolving contract approaches, including value based contracting. The speaker will provide insight into how health plans can strengthen collaboration and engagement with their provider organizations. Join us to learn through real world experience and use cases what provider organizations think about, struggle with, and prioritize as they enter into value-based contracts.
Recent studies show 94% of commercial plans and 92% of Medicare Advantage plans have adopted virtual care. For many plans, it’s like checking a box: offer telehealth and stay current, keep up with competitors and remain regulatory compliant. But virtual care doesn’t end there. As with any other type of business segment roll-out, without a solid strategy, plans can easily fail in the virtual health realm. Proper roll-out planning and management, communication planning, marketing, patient engagement, provider training and metrics to measure success are all a part of virtual care’s overall success. Join us as we explore virtual care and how to go from implementation to ideal integration.
Earlier this year, the Supreme Court issued a decision in Azar v. Allina Health Services with far reaching implications for how the Medicare program will be regulated in the future. This session will discuss the implications for Medicare Advantage.
Medicare Advantage plans have more flexibility than ever before to offer innovative value-based designs and supplemental benefits. Speakers will discuss the promise of these new benefits in 2020 and beyond.
With social determinants playing a defining factor in one’s care, how can health plans leverage the advancements of technology and human touch services to improve member engagement and care management? Hear examples of how high tech, in combination with community platforms, can enable healthy and happy aging, including how to overcome the most prevalent challenges faced by older adults: transportation, nutrition, housing and social support. Explore how Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries can benefit from today’s technology while aging in place.
This session will provide a lens into how medication adherence analytics can drive improvement in key quality measures and Star Ratings scores. Attendees will learn about the results of several case studies and key learning objectives as to programmatic oversight that have led to innovative strategies. Applicable to any population where improved health outcomes are desired, the speaker will provide several unique consumer cohort views and engagement techniques to drive improved population health.
In this session, we will review research results from implementing a pharmacist-led, patient-centered adherence program incorporating motivational interviewing (MI) to influence behavior change in Medicare Advantage-Prescription Drug plan utilizers. The study evaluates the impact the MI program has on patient adherence and Star Ratings, and examines the performance before and after implementing motivational interviewing, and the iterative work to continually improve.
This session will address the critical role of Medicare Advantage and Part D in ensuring the future success of the Medicare program.
Plan executives will discuss strategies to achieve the broad range of clinical and social needs of seniors.
As prescription drugs continue to drive consumer and government spending on health care, market reform has become a key issue for policymakers. A distinguished panel of thought leaders will discuss various strategies the Administration and Congress should consider to ensure long term affordability while balancing incentives for innovation.
The United States spends nearly $3 trillion annually on health care, 86 percent of which is attributed to people with chronic conditions like diabetes and hypertension. This is complicated by the fact that the U.S. population is getting older and sicker and health care remains confusing, complex, and costly. Approximately, 80 percent of people over the age of 65 have more than two chronic conditions, and payers are increasingly challenged to successfully manage the total health of this growing population. This session will explore an entirely new approach to health care that silences the noise and successfully addresses the nation’s chronic-condition epidemic for the Medicare population. Join your peers to learn how to use technology to transform the experience of living with a chronic condition.
CMS leadership will describe the Innovation Center’s priorities moving forward and goals for driving value-based transformation.
Experts will describe Americans’ views on what Medicare-for-All is and how they feel about it, and what this all could mean for Medicare’s future.
This session will highlight how plans are using emerging technologies to improve and expand access to care for their Medicare enrollees.
Speakers will discuss recent and ongoing CMS initiatives that aim to both measure and increase the quality of care received by diverse populations, including Medicare beneficiaries, and strategies that plans can implement to reduce health disparities.
Plans and providers can deliver better care to their patients at a lower cost by moving away from fee for service and towards a value-based model. This session will highlight how plans and provider groups are working together to improve care quality and reduce health care costs for their members.
During this presentation you’ll hear how integrated virtual care is transforming the way Medicare Advantage members access care, inclusive of behavioral health. Learn how health plans are now using a virtual care strategy to address consumer experience, clinical outcomes and cost—by simplifying delivery, engaging members, reducing the cost of care and improving outcomes for their diverse populations.
In this session, expert socio-demographics researchers will share research from a study conducted with Medicare population data to demonstrate how health plans can use socio-demographic data and cutting-edge segmentation methodologies to understand the attitudes, lifestyles, and behaviors of their populations to prioritize their resources and inform care management planning, eliminate gaps in care, improve member engagement, and positively influence their Medicare Advantage Star Ratings.
This session will provide a compelling case for transformation as a priority for health plans. Attendees will learn why a combination of people, process and technology modernization is critical to meeting the challenges of today’s dynamic and competitive environment. Medicare and Medicare Advantage programs are growing due to the aging in of the Baby Boomers and health plans must successfully attract and retain those members while enabling a pleasing customer experience with the information and level of service expected of them. Internal staff must also have access to consistent information with the latest technology for both more efficient operations and increased customer satisfaction. Although sometimes de-prioritized, industry studies show that health plan executives recognize transformation as a critical strategy for growth and success. Join us to hear real-world insights from a health plan in the midst of making change a key organizational imperative.
The CMS Administrator will discuss the growing role of technology, patient engagement, and other issues on her agenda as the Medicare program enters its 55th year.
The Director of the CMS Medicare-Medicaid Coordination Office will highlight current MMCO initiatives, including the new D-SNP regulations and integration requirements, as well as prospects for the Medicare-Medicaid plan financial alignment demonstrations.
Leaders of health plans serving Medicare-Medicaid enrollees will provide commentary on the outlook for Medicare-Medicaid integration from the perspectives of Medicare-Medicaid plans (MMPs), HIDE/FIDE SNPs, coordination D-SNPs, and PACE organizations.
This session will feature a “big-picture,” forward-looking discussion of state perspectives on Medicare-Medicaid integration and the potential value of different plan integration models.
A long-time champion of integration across the Medicare and Medicaid programs will offer insights on the state of integration, promising trends, and persistent challenges.
The Acting Deputy Administrator and Director, Center for Medicaid & CHIP Services (CMCS), will explore current CMCS initiatives and challenges in the Medicaid program, and the outlook for Medicaid over the coming year.
States have used Section 1115 Medicaid waivers to test out big policy ideas and radical program redesigns. Today states are pursuing major financial changes and new requirements for beneficiaries. In this session, hear national health policy experts discuss recent waiver trends, including per capita caps, work requirements, and block grant financing.
States are increasingly focused on the fact that a person’s “health” is influenced by many more factors than health care alone. These other social determinants are defined by the conditions and environment in which people are born, grow, live, work, and age. State Medicaid officials and Medicaid plans will discuss their states’ approaches to reducing impacts of negative social influencers of health through demonstrations and investments.
Actuarial soundness of rates continues to be a key issue in Medicaid managed care. This panel discussion will focus on essential financial issues like actuarial soundness, rate setting, and minimum medical loss ratio (MLR). Speakers also will review key principles discussed in their new Medicaid actuarial paper and rate model, “Underwriting Gain Development for Managed Medicaid Capitation Rates”.
Addressing America’s opioid epidemic requires a multi-faceted approach with clinicians, policy makers, and health plans all playing a role. The goal is to prevent opioid misuse and treat signs of dependence early, but health plans often struggle to quickly find and support high-risk members. Another challenge is deploying multi-modal, integrated engagement programs to meet these members’ needs. This session will focus on predictive data analytics and how it can help health plans combat the opioid crisis by identifying risk in the population early and intervening effectively. Industry experts will also discuss how to leverage the power of member-level analytics and engagement programs in “rising-risk” populations to comprehensively address opioid abuse early, before misuse and addiction occur.
Medicaid health plans across the country are tasked with reducing potentially preventable health care services and improving performance. Health plans can use data to take an analytic deep dive to identify quick and targeted quality improvement interventions. Credible data, benchmarking tools and constant performance feedback are necessary. This session will explore how health plans can leverage a data-driven approach to quickly uncover opportunities to reduce avoidable admissions and readmissions for their members. Join us to learn through real-world case study examples how to apply best practices to meet your organization’s performance goals.
In this session, legal experts will provide an update on current legal and regulatory issues impacting Medicaid. Examples include the Texas v. U.S. cases, the public charge rule, and emerging trends in waivers, such as block grants and partial Medicaid expansion.
In this session, panelists will review the status and dimensions of the opioid crisis, and developments in areas like medication assisted therapy, substance use disorder waivers, and non-drug approaches to pain control. And the mayor of Huntington, WV will describe impacts of the epidemic on his city, and their decision to shift from law enforcement to engagement and treatment-based policing.
Integrated member enrollment is a game-changer for health plans with government lines of business that traditionally use multiple enrollment systems. Leveraging a single enrollment orchestration platform enhances lifecycle visibility into the quote-to-card process, improves financial reconciliation accuracy and provides a scalable foundation for new business growth. In this session, attendees will learn how to define and implement technology, build consistent workflows and retrain critical enrollment resources across multiple lines of business. Only then can health plans transform their enrollment operations into a mechanism for top-line growth.
Success in tackling large health and social welfare challenges depends on the approach, planning, and execution. Adopting a data and analytics approach and cross-functional working group provide the best chance of moving the needle. Join us to explore the success one large state achieved in improving its infant mortality rate by leveraging data to identify at-risk moms and babies and craft targeted interventions. How could your organization impact social determinants of health by learning from its wealth of data?
Moving to value-based arrangements for oncology services is frequently complicated by the complexity of care, an unpredictable pipeline of innovation, and surging drug costs. And while traditional UM and medical management tend to create more provider friction than value, health plans can employ new evidence-based strategies that align with providers clinically and financially to improve member experience and journey of care while reducing costs. In this session, speakers will share case studies and lessons learned from Medicare and Medicaid plans across the nation that have succeeded in moving from a fee-for-service past to improve clinical outcomes, drive substantial cost savings, and move confidently to a more sustainable, value-based approach to oncology cost and clinical management.
This session will explore how analytics and algorithms can help predict member preference as it relates to how, where and when they receive their care. Attendees will learn how unique venues like mobile health clinics can offer members greater choice and convenience in accessing important care and preventive services.
Health organizations are connecting their vulnerable patients to accountable networks of social service providers and achieving outcomes such as: increased patient satisfaction and engagement, reduced hospital readmissions and improved quality measures. This presentation will provide actionable steps for launching your own community-based care team, establishing the privacy framework for safe and compliant sharing, and building longitudinal social records that stay with patients over time and across care settings.
Modern core administrative systems provide Medicare/Medicaid organizations the much-needed competitive edge to streamline operations and improve quality. But core systems replacement projects can be daunting for both large and small plans alike. In this session, attendees will learn how modernizing a company’s core systems can help transform its operations. The session will also provide an implementation blueprint for a core systems replacement project with cost considerations and a practical timeline. Speakers will also share case studies that highlight common pitfalls to avoid and best practices for a successful transformation project.
According to the National Alliance to End Homelessness, nearly half of the U.S. homeless population is disabled. But for many homeless people, their needs extend beyond just getting a roof over their heads. Join experts in supportive housing to learn about a successful approach to housing with supportive services in Washington, DC.
According to the NCQA, the Electronic Clinical Data Systems (ECDS) reporting standard represents a step forward in adapting HEDIS to accommodate the expansive information available in clinical data sets for quality improvement. As with most things, change is inevitable and history indicates that digital quality measurement and ECDS are likely the way of the future. To stay ahead of the curve, plans need to lay out a foundation for digital quality measurement and reporting today. This session will walk attendees through the critical steps that need to be taken to begin building the infrastructure and technical capabilities to enable their success in the digital measurement movement.
There are thousands of interpretable health indicators for patients. Which indicators are most important and how do we make them useful? Health plans today are challenged to incorporate socio-behavioral determinants of health (SBDoH) to more effectively predict and manage risk, match members to the right type of care, and improve provider networks. The speakers will discuss an approach for leveraging new data sources to understand SBDoH and assess member risk in a scalable manner, and share results from research and real-world applications of SBDoH data on large member populations. Participants will learn about the benefits of implementing a data quality index designed to assess the utility of SBDoH data and identify high-value indicators.
This session will provide a unique glimpse into Medicaid plan strategies and executions of telehealth for Medicaid members. Telehealth can support services to Medicaid members who otherwise face significant barriers to care and would seek care in the ER or do nothing at all, leading to exacerbation of their health conditions. This session will examine how different organizations are leveraging telehealth to address the unique access issues of Medicaid members. Join us to learn how health plans are utilizing telehealth to more holistically care for members and expand local network availability while reducing costs.
The cost of prescription drugs continues to be a top priority for state Medicaid programs. Panelists in this session will explore economic and operational implications of recent state initiatives affecting Medicaid prescription drug programs, such as prescription drug carve-outs, uniform preferred drug lists (PDLs), restricted formularies, and re-importation.
More and more, research shows the connection between trauma and health outcomes. This session will focus on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), building trauma informed care models and the work MCOs are doing to recognize and address the risk for significant physical and behavioral health concerns.
Join us to hear Medicaid directors discuss the latest issues they are tackling in their Medicaid programs. As they face new and shifting priorities, rising health costs, and increased pressure to deliver efficiencies, learn how these state leaders are rising to the occasion.
In 2016, 43% of live births in the United States were covered by Medicaid. Maternal mortality and preterm births in the United States are on the rise, and Medicaid programs play a major part in addressing disparities and outcomes. Hear from experts who are working to improve prenatal health and maternal outcomes for Medicaid beneficiaries.
Health plans are partnering with a range of organizations to increase access to health food for their members and communities. Speakers in this session will provide details of the approaches they’ve used and challenges they’ve overcome.
As the Baby Boomer generation ages, America faces a caregiving crisis. Between 2015 and 2050 the number of adults over the age of 85 will triple and the need for non-institutional care will increase by 30%. In this session, join experts for a deep dive into the caregiver crisis and explore some of the solutions Medicaid plans are using to address the shortage.
Traditional drug-based therapies are the mainstay of treatment for many illnesses, but the range of options is expanding to include very expensive short-term curative therapies. Drug policy and pharmacy management experts will look over the horizon to explore emerging treatment therapies, technologies, and “value-based” financing mechanisms, and their potential impacts on state Medicaid programs.
Medicaid waivers permit states to experiment with new approaches and bring innovations to serving Medicaid enrollees. But there can be a long road between a bright new policy idea and a well-functioning program. Explore practical design and implementation issues, and how stakeholder input can impact success. Also learn how CMS monitors and evaluates state demonstrations.
Chronic pain affects approximately 20% of the U.S. population according to some estimates, yet most individuals with chronic pain do not address the fundamental behavioral drivers of chronic pain—resulting in unnecessary morbidity, suffering and utilization of services. And in addressing chronic pain, health plans face challenges in balancing opioid prescribing, member engagement in behavioral strategies, and provider network capabilities. This session will explore the scope and epidemiology of the problem and survey current health plan approaches to managing chronic pain. The speaker will also describe key approaches to addressing the fundamental behavioral drivers of chronic pain to reduce avoidable utilization, optimize care and drive sustainable outcomes.
Effective collaboration can be challenging even when everyone is on the same team. It’s even more challenging when it involves crossing traditional boundaries. But the move to value-based payment models has created the need for more data transparency between payers and their provider networks, and it has to be built on a strong foundation of shared information. Join us for an interactive session talking about the challenges, and those who have succeeded.
A seasoned health policy expert will offer perspectives on the interactions of policy and politics leading up to the presidential election and assess the implications for state Medicaid programs and federal Medicaid priorities.
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