From payment rates and value-based payment models to expansion and major new regulations — stay on top of the latest trends and operational need-to-knows at AHIP’s National Conferences on Medicare, Medicaid & Duals in Washington, D.C.
The Medicare and Medicaid programs now insure more than one-third of Americans and it’s more vital than ever before to focus on moving forward and adapting to meet new demands. Get in-depth perspectives and analysis from policymakers, health plan leaders, scholars, thought leaders, and industry stakeholders on:
Join us this October as we showcase the initiatives that demonstrate tremendous promise on improving access, streamlining long-term services and containing costs so you can strategically plan for next year and beyond.
Whether you choose one, two or three of these programs, you’ll learn firsthand what’s working now and what’s next. The agendas are filled with leading speakers you’ve come to expect from AHIP, including top health plan execs, industry thought leaders, and policy makers.
National Conference on Medicare
National Conference on Duals
National Conference on Medicaid
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As Baby Boomers increasingly join the ranks of Medicare eligibles, Medicare Advantage (MA) plans will need to know how to attract and retain this population, as well as what might be some of the cost and affordability implications of this next wave of enrollees. With an older population already on Medicare for several years and the younger half of the generation still more than ten years out, the differences in characteristics could potentially be significant; including use of online services, shopping habits, and other key characteristics. Understanding their decision making processes is critical to the business of MA plans and enrollee buy-in. Attendees will learn how future beneficiaries differ from current ones and whether their preferences, habits, and decision making processes differ. Speakers will share findings from their primary research on consumer attitudes, preferences and priorities that shed light on these strategic questions.
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Value-based insurance design (V-BID) and reimbursement are often cited as potential solutions to questions of cost. Value-based proposals continue to garner interest and bipartisan support from multi-stakeholder groups. During this session, information will be newly released and highlight technologies providers and payers are employing on their journey to value-based reimbursement. Learn how connecting payer systems can help accelerate the value realized from these new, innovative models.
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Transformative market forces, coupled with rapid advances in digital technologies, are placing consumers at the center of an increasingly virtualized, personalized and delocalized healthcare system. Government health plans are looking for new ways to drive down costs and maintain compliance while shifting from volume to value and creating a personalized experience for their members. Addressing these challenges will require broad new capabilities, from improving administrative efficiencies, through building business models based on quality of outcomes, and implementing digitized processes that address consumer demands for product customization and more control over their care decisions. How will your organization embrace change and succeed in our rapidly evolving healthcare landscape when faced with so many competing priorities? Join us for a discussion of strategies that can help impact your organization’s success today and tomorrow.
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Health plans are creating new and more complex provider networks in an effort to increase quality and reduce costs. These new networks are receiving increased scrutiny by regulators at both the federal and state level. In addition to the adequacy of the network itself, regulators and consumers are increasingly focused on provider directory accuracy given the complexity of new provider networks and the out-of-pocket costs associated with out-of-network services. Recent regulatory developments underscore the importance of this issue as well as the operational challenges health plans face in meeting these requirements. This session will provide an overview of the efforts to define adequacy and accessibility, including a discussion of recent developments in federal Medicare and Medicaid requirements.
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This session will provide a snapshot of key changes taking place with new ACO alternative reimbursement models and how they will impact payer-to-provider relationships for reimbursement. These new dynamics will affect payers as providers struggle with performance base reimbursement and new governance requirements. The traditional relationship between payers and providers will change significantly in the coming years. Are you ready to handle these challenges while at the same time providing superior service to your members and meeting consumer expectations? Join this session to take a look ahead and discuss how you can apply solutions now.
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This session will provide perspectives on current and forward-thinking solutions that help (and will help) payers transform their business so it can effectively compete and thrive in era of accelerated changes. Attendees will learn about real-world challenges related to driving engagement, regulatory compliance, and reducing administrative costs. Attendees will also learn why innovative flexible technology solutions are a must to address these payer challenges.
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Have you ever wondered what your health plan could do to improve CAHPS and/or HOS measures that are part of the Medicare Advantage Star Ratings? How can a health plan influence responses to the questions on these surveys? This session will explore how to use operational metrics as lead indicators to provide insight to Stars Ratings measures that are based on survey data, as well as using supplemental data sources (e.g. social media) to assist in identifying opportunities for improvement.
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This session will highlight the results of a recent qualitative in-home study with 30 current Medicare enrollees, as well as quantitative research with 2,000 current and future Medicare enrollees. You will learn how consumers navigate health insurance options, enrollment, and make health care decisions. The speakers will also discuss how health plans can help Medicare beneficiaries make more informed choices when shopping online.
The speaker will describe CMS’s vision for the continuing growth and evolution of the Medicare Advantage and Part D programs.
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This session will highlight CMS’ monitoring efforts related to Medicare Advantage provider directories. In addition, best practices for health plans working to improve provider directory accuracy will be shared.
Speakers will share insights into the current challenges of and potential futures uses for Medicare Advantage encounter data.
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The secret to fully understanding and engaging your senior members – both within and outside of the healthcare system – lies in taking a systematic approach to engagement centered around personalized member experiences. By using a combination of consumer data, applied analytics, incentive design, and multi-channel communications, you can improve the beneficiary experience and improve Stars performance – whether it’s member satisfaction and retention or diabetes care and gaps closure. This session will reveal new insights on seniors, including their increasing use of technology to improve their health and what it means for your engagement initiatives. Speakers will also explore how to leverage data, CMS-compliant incentives and enterprise-level technologies to create a truly personalized and rewarding experience for your Medicare members, that’s also scalable. Your seniors are ready, are you?
Speakers will discuss recent CMS audit findings related to denials, appeals and grievances and provide insight on practical tools and best practices that MA organizations and Part D plan sponsors can implement to improve performance.
Speakers will discuss the Medicare Advantage Value-Based Insurance Design (MA-VBID) model test that starts on January 1, 2017 and model improvements to promote quality of care and reduce health care costs for Medicare Advantage beneficiaries.
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Opioid abuse continues to be a chronic health care issue, impacting every community across the country. Health plans managing Medicare and Medicaid populations face ongoing challenges in successfully addressing members with opioid abuse problems, and will benefit from proactive identification and intervention before potential risk turns into full-blown addiction, or worse. This session will explore the use of data analytics to identify potential opioid abuse patterns, including the use of predictive modeling and benchmarking. The session will also provide practical tactics to use data to develop and deploy clinical support to patients at-risk to curb potential long-term abuse.
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In this interactive session, the speakers will discuss the role that collaboration among providers, health plans and other stakeholders plays in supporting members who are coping with advanced illnesses and approaching end of life. Hear about the strategies one health plan employed to support and meet the special needs of their SNP members. By attending this session, participants will develop an understanding of the needs of a SNP population as they cope with advanced illness and approach EOL. They will also consider through the experiences of the speakers, the role that collaboration and communications take on in their organization. Lastly, participants will understand the benefits to the member when the plan or vendor work together to support members.
Speakers will discuss recent developments in CMS’s RADV program including the ongoing MAC contracting efforts, the fee-for-service adjuster, and best practices to ensure more effective data submission processes.
Speakers will discuss recent CMS data detailing the health care experiences and quality of care received by diverse Medicare Advantage populations. Strategies that plans can implement to reduce health disparities will also be shared.
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If you are seeking to understand the inner workings of how analytics matched with omni-channel technology can improve your plans’ ability to meet beneficiary needs and increase your Star rating, then this session is designed for you. Join us to learn about the process, tools and technologies required to build a successful reward and incentive program for your health plan.
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This session will provide lessons learned from a Medicare Advantage plan recently subject to a CMS audit. Attendees will hear about one plan’s experience with the audit process and best practices for demonstrating compliance with CMS rules. The speaker will offer insight on steps plans can take prior to the start of the process and advice on how to best use technology solutions and other resources to address issues likely to arise during these audits.
Leaders will discuss innovative programs that take best advantage of health plan and provider capabilities to address the needs of Medicare beneficiaries.
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This session will highlight new research demonstrating the effects Medicare Advantage plans have on improving care and reducing costs throughout the Medicare program.
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What care models are delivering the best quality of care and most value for Medicare and Medicaid populations? Our industry continues to focus on the challenge of escalating medical spend while resources are limited to engage and deliver the spectrum of care required to manage populations at risk. This forces a new collaboration across payers, providers and consumers—with significant financial incentives to reduce costs and improve clinical and quality outcomes. In this session, we will explore care models that derive value by integrating care programs and delivering a person-centric approach.
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Patients with multiple chronic conditions require significantly more care and have higher costs than patients with a single chronic condition. This session will explore an innovative approach that delivers personalized pharmacy care for these patients. You will learn how a dedicated pharmacy care team can help support coordination with health plan resources and provide patients with unique pharmacy service.
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Though HHS has drawn considerable attention to the release of CMS data over the past several years, the promise of big data has yet to be realized across the Medicare and Medicaid programs. Access to data alone does not guarantee improvement in the areas of greatest need. It’s where big data, small data and analytics intersect that true intelligence can be achieved and leveraged to make decisions that lead to cost reductions, improved health outcomes and compliance. Join this session to explore the promise of data intelligence when socioeconomic information, public records data and analytics collide with your health programs traditional data sources.
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This session will present the regulatory and operational challenges faced by Medicaid and Medicare plans entering the MMP and DSNP markets. We will address audit requirements, operational and service impacts, analytics and reporting, impacts on community based care, claim filing, reporting and clinical staff.
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Through the real-world experience of a provider-sponsored health plan, this session will demonstrate how a comprehensive risk adjustment program that fits multiple lines of business while achieving operational economies is a necessity in today’s value-based care landscape. Attendees will discover how to best leverage retrospective risk adjustment approaches in partnership with point of care efforts, explore best practices for implementing new technology, and review analytics for measuring risk adjustment transformation.
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There is growing awareness in the healthcare industry that the socio-economic status (SES) of a Medicare Advantage health plan’s members can have a big impact on its quality ratings. With quality ratings increasingly linked to reimbursement and member retention, understanding the impact of SES factors on CMS Star Ratings is key. This session will provide an update on current research related to which SES factors most affect quality ratings for specific measures and provide perspective on the current CMS proposals to address SES in Star Ratings. Speakers will explore how research findings can help shape your strategies to effectively engage disadvantaged populations and target those members at greatest risk to improve overall quality and performance scores.
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The ever-changing Medicare landscape is requiring plans to adapt their Medication Therapy Management (MTM) programs by employing new strategies, innovative initiatives, and different uses of technology to be able to provide the best in class, holistic care your members need. Session attendees will learn how to strategically up their MTM game through care coordination amongst providers, members, nurse care coordinators and pharmacies to maximize health outcomes. We will also demonstrate how plan sponsors could be using MTM programs to tackle challenging performance measures and major healthcare issues like the opioid epidemic.
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This session will explore one health plan’s unique approach to managing post-acute care (PAC). Attendees will learn how this approach has resulted in improved patient care, and significant cost savings.
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This session will highlight new demonstrations and ongoing efforts to further transition the Medicare program from volume to value-based payments, including MACRA, MA-VBID, and the Part D enhanced MTM models.
In this session, MA organizations and Part D plan sponsors will learn about strategies to utilize to ensure effective oversight of first tier, downstream and related entities (FDRs).
This session will highlight ongoing MA and Part D plan efforts to ensure access to breakthrough medications while promoting affordability for beneficiaries and taxpayers.
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In this new risk adjustment world where EDS (Encounter Data System) is quickly replacing RAPS (Risk Adjustment Processing System), it is integral that health plans, providers and other stakeholders work together to address the vast array of new challenges. Under EDS, CMS has significantly increased the complexity of the data necessary for submission for risk adjustment and payment purposes. This session will help health plans, providers and groups navigate this complexity by providing strategies on how to collaborate more effectively with each other. Specifically, the discussion will focus on how to understand and resolve rejected submissions, how to drive value from the MAO-004 reports (i.e. EDS version of accepted diagnosis codes for risk adjustment), and identify additional compliance and related RADV audit risks of potential concern for the industry. Attendees will learn how to prepare for this new EDS world, and what they need to be doing today in order to be successful tomorrow.
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This session will provide an overview of key imperatives facing health plans with regards to the impending Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) rule. Attendees will learn about important preparations necessary for health plans with Medicare Lines of Business. This session will explore how technology will play a critical role enabling the agility essential for health plans to quickly and easily adapt to the value-based reimbursements and new provider contracts that MACRA requires. The speakers will share the implications that technology has for effectively dealing with the new dynamics that MACRA is bringing first to Medicare, and also to Medicare Advantage and Medicaid plans.
The speaker will discuss CMS’s policy priorities for positioning the Medicare Advantage and Part D programs to best serve the nation’s seniors and individuals with disabilities as the Medicare population rapidly expands over the coming decades.
The speaker will discuss the state of dual eligible integration and CMS’ vision for the future of integration initiatives for Medicare-Medicaid beneficiaries.
The panel will discuss key experiences and lessons learned from planning and implementing Medicare-Medicaid Plan demonstrations in ten states.
Dual eligibles present health plans and policy makers with a wide range of care and service needs. Representatives from four health plans with long histories of serving dual eligibles will discuss how they have tailored their care models to serve this diverse population.
A panel will review the prevalent and alternative program models for serving dual eligibles, explore the advantages and disadvantages of those models, and speculate on their long term viability.
The speaker will comment on the future of integrated models for serving dual eligibles and the administrative, regulatory and legislative changes needed to support and promote those models.
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Engaging and retaining hard-to-reach members with complex or chronic health conditions is challenging work. In this session we’ll discuss and share the results of several innovative chronic care programs. You will learn how these programs help improve access to quality care, boost member participation in healthy behavior and improve health outcomes.
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This session will highlight opportunities for health plans to improve both cost and quality outcomes for individuals with serious mental illness. Patients with serious mental illness face unique challenges, including a high frequency of co-morbid medical conditions and complex social needs. Remaining largely disconnected from the system of care, this population frequently relies on emergency departments or acute inpatient facilities for treatment. Attendees will learn about a recently launched pilot program that utilizes peer support to target the unique needs of individuals with serious and persistent mental illness. The speakers will also examine how addressing non-medical extensions of care can improve individual health outcomes while reducing health care costs.
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In this session you will learn how your plan can assess its current service and infrastructure investments to maximize its effectiveness and/or alter your strategy in the growing Medicaid Managed Care environment. You’ll learn how to compare and select programs to improve care delivery outcomes, create a business roadmap to get more out of your initiatives, benchmark industry best practices and reduce existing costs. These skills will enable your plan to successfully address complex challenges such as provider reimbursement and value-based payment, care coordination and delivery, clinical analytics and predictive modeling, social determinants of health, contractual and regulatory compliance, population health and financial stability. After this session, you will be better equipped to assess options critical for success under the Medicaid Managed Care Final Rule.
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With provider groups assuming progressively more risk and with the proliferation of risk adjustment and quality metrics across all three lines of government business, market forces necessitate increased data sharing among payers and providers. To avoid sinking under all these data demands, risk-bearing entities need to leverage advanced analytics that will coordinate their gap closure efforts to simultaneously address both risk adjustment and quality initiatives. To reduce provider abrasion and alert fatigue, payers also need to collaborate with their network providers on efficient data collection methods. This session will explore how plans can leverage alternative data gathering and intervention modalities (such as EMR Integration and telehealth), and better integrate gap closure initiatives to more effectively nurture payer-provider collaboration. The speakers will also share the provider engagement and collaboration strategies that are essential to improve quality and fulfill mutually beneficial goals.
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This session will provide the results of two Medicaid incentive programs powered by a health intelligence platform. Attendees will learn how to use health intelligence technology to improve participant outcomes and achieve lower costs. The speakers will also share program results to date, incentive and engagement plan design strategies, and closed-loop tracking plan design methodologies.
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As health plans work to improve care coordination, outcomes and satisfaction among the vulnerable dual eligible population, many have engaged in large-scale, transformative changes and taken on increased financial risk. With growing enrollment, health plans continue to confront challenges in serving their dual eligible members and identifying the most appropriate interventions for those with the greatest needs. For members at end of life, hospice may be an appropriate option but members and even providers may not understand the benefits hospice care can provide. Session participants will learn how effective use of hospice can improve care coordination, manage symptoms, and mitigate risk, all while helping members to remain at home or in community settings at the end of life.
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This session will outline an integrated and effective approach to risk adjustment and care management that incorporates in-home assessment, engagement and in-home monitoring— first by more accurately stratifying members to identify those most impactable by clinical and nonclinical services, then by managing care according to various intensities of engagement. Attendees will learn how this coordinated, face-to-face approach of risk adjustment and care management can result in improved health, outcomes and quality of life for members and reduced medical costs for health plans.
The speaker will discuss the agency’s priorities for the program and its growing role within the reformed health care system.
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The speaker will discuss the first update to the Medicaid Managed Care Rule in over a decade and the effect it will have on health plan operations, care delivery, and partnerships with states and the federal government.
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Patients with heart failure face a progressively deteriorating course of disease, with exacerbations and the accompanying debilitating symptoms that require urgent medical attention and often lead to frequent hospitalizations and emergency department visits. Patient self-monitoring of signs and symptoms offers a means to detect early signals of deteriorating conditions and the opportunity to intervene before urgent/emergent care and hospitalization is necessary. Learn how the addition of telemonitoring can further extend a case manager’s ability to monitor individuals with heart failure, improving patient’s clinical outcomes and cost of care. You will hear a living case study of one health plan’s journey.
The speakers will provide insights into state planning for moving new populations and waivers into Medicaid managed care, how states structure their procurement processes, engage with stakeholders to shape the Medicaid environment, and key values states look for in working with health plans.
This session will explore how three area agencies on aging organized to contract with health plans for the Virginia MMP demonstration, and key takeaways for health plans interested in contracting with community based organizations.
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In this session, we’ll explore multiple examples of how payer-provider collaboration can be fostered through the exchange of clinical, financial, and administrative data. This exchange can be leveraged to automate the communication of gaps in care, as well as HCC Risk Adjustment data and other clinical data needed for quality metrics.
The speakers will examine how integrated physical and behavioral health work from the standpoint of plan members. What do members like and dislike about integrated arrangements, and what factors should Medicaid providers and health plans consider to improve integrated programs?
This session will highlight noteworthy LTSS and HCBS innovations
developed and implemented by AHIP Medicaid plans, in areas ranging from care
management to home and community-based services.
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The Affordable Care Act has flooded the insurance market with new consumers in both Medicaid and Marketplace plans. While it’s wonderful that so many people finally have access to affordable healthcare, many health plans are struggling with a population that has little-to-no experience with insurance. Effective welcome and onboarding strategies are needed to educate new members on their benefits and how to use and keep their coverage. Learn how to reduce churn and improve retention through innovative, timely, multichannel outreaches starting upon enrollment and throughout the year.
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A key challenge for health plans is increasing utilization of health care services among members with chronic disease. Care teams must identify appropriate interventions that help prevent unnecessary emergency department and hospital utilization, a common occurrence among chronically ill patients. Remote patient monitoring has shown efficacy in the literature to improve health outcomes and reduce utilization and cost among chronically ill patients. An optimal program design would incorporate a robust case management program and in-home clinical support, along with remote patient monitoring technology. This session will focus on the results of a non-randomized pilot program that was effective in reducing utilization and improving outcomes among heart failure patients. The study resulted in slowed disease progression in the pilot group, as measured by retrospective risk scores; reduced hospital admissions; improved patient experience; and substantial per-participant, per-year cost savings. Attendees will learn about best practices for integrating remote monitoring into a case management program and how to distinguish attributes that contribute to patient engagement. They will hear perspectives from the remote monitoring technology provider and the sponsor of the pilot program on how developing and implementing a remote patient monitoring program can reduce cost, improve outcomes and lead to a better member experience.
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Recent Medicaid managed care regulations have established new requirements for state Medicaid programs and Medicaid Health Plans. For example, CMS will develop a quality ratings strategy for implementation to create more consistent nationwide measures across states. This session will provide attendees with an overview of CMS’ plans for quality ratings and how these regulations will help align these quality measures at a national level.
This session will focus on innovative methods Medicaid health plans are using to address the emerging challenges posed by rising drugs costs. Speakers will discuss value-based pharmacy management, the need for health plan pharmacy leadership, and best practices for working with PBMs.
What new features are states building into their Medicaid program designs, especially for expansion populations? This session will examine emerging program designs in Medicaid, such as premiums and copayments linked to savings accounts and wellness incentives, as well as the operational obstacles and opportunities they present for health plans.
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Disruptive forces are accelerating innovation in the Medicaid space. Forward-looking public and private sector stakeholders are leading the way, leveraging government funding to develop novel care delivery methods and models that accelerate financial, clinical, and operational outcomes in the digital age. This session will explore the unique challenges and inherent opportunities of data and analytics-driven reform, highlighting relevant case studies. Join us to gain insight into pragmatic actions that enable tangible outcomes in a dynamic Medicaid environment.
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The speaker will discuss how managed care plans partner with states in serving Medicaid enrollees, the different kinds of people served by Medicaid and Medicaid health plans through specialized waiver programs, and the role of Medicaid in promoting and supporting social and economic development of people with low incomes.
This session will focus on the implications, opportunities and challenges arising from the dramatic increase in regulations for Medicaid managed care programs. Speakers will share strategies that harmonize these new standards with efficient business operations and assist governmental payers with broader health system transformation goals.
This session will highlight state perspectives on the new Medicaid managed care regulations, including implications on beneficiaries, Medicaid health plans, and state budgets.
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Opioid utilization is a topic that is center stage in the national spotlight, but has long been a focus of Medicaid plans. In this session, attendees will hear some of the latest observations about opioid utilization in the Medicaid population and learn best practices to help manage this increasingly concerning class of drugs. We will also share tools health plans can use to analyze their trend and make changes before problems start.
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Post-acute care (PAC) can account for approximately forty percent of a
Medicare Advantage plan’s cost for a ninety-day episode of care. However, an
integrated PAC solution has the potential to reduce total per episode costs by
as much as twenty-five percent. Today, a number of systemic issues impede
health plan efforts to reduce post-acute care costs, improve quality and
simplify the administration of these services. But that is about to change with
the introduction of new health plan and PAC partnership models built on value
based payments approaches. This session will address the challenges Medicare
Advantage health plans face in managing PAC delivery and costs, the value
improvement opportunity presented by an integrated PAC partnership model,
and the critical features of a health plan/PAC partnership solution.
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This session will feature successful health management strategies for individuals with complex care needs, high costs, and care access challenges.
Attendees will learn how to mix traditional disease management programs with innovative patient-centered care models to successfully and cost
effectively support the unique needs of these patients. Additionally, the session will highlight the latest innovations driving more connected care for Medicaid
members, including in-person community resources and digital technologies that have the potential to slow disease progression and better engage patients
in their care.
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Population Health Management provides a systemic approach for identifying, understanding and managing the high leverage drivers of the health of a population, subgroups of the population and individuals in communities. This session will explore the role of behavioral health in the overall health of population health management. Learn how a new multifunctional enterprise system for the transformation of population health management can advance innovative patient care management and provider network management.
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No one value- or member-focused strategy, alone, can achieve the levels of improved outcomes, cost control, and care efficiencies payers are striving for today. This session will look at how one plan has implemented a go-forward strategy to realize their goals through the synergy of three initiatives — automating and streamlining the enrollment experience, collaborating with providers through bundled payments and managing cost of care through prioritized outreach. By breaking out each initiative, the speakers will demonstrate how, together, these tactics can help plans drive down the cost of care while improving outcomes and engaging their most impactful members.
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The journey to value-based care requires new shared capabilities between providers and payers. Most importantly, they need a platform for collaboration and coordination. After years of evolution, the technology and regulatory enablers are in place. This session will discuss how collaboration can form the foundation for our journey to value-based care.
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Medicaid enrollees are often both more medically complex and harder to engage than other insured populations. This session will explore a structured approach to advancing the health of the Medicaid population in turbulent times. The speaker will discuss how to harness the power of information to provide priorities for action for this challenging population. Tools and resources necessary to drive operational efficiency, care quality and patient engagement will be discussed, as well as Medicaid specific strategies for their application.
The speaker will discuss the opportunities and challenges for health plans in the context of increasing state acceptance of Medicaid managed care, new managed care regulations, and a dynamic political landscape.
Sponsored by Relias Learning
Explore how social determinants of health factors such as housing, employment, geography, food access/security, social interaction, and quality of life impact ability of Medicaid members to access and realize benefits of health care. How can plans and other stakeholders evaluate impacts on performance using aging and disability measures, such as those in the national core indicator set?
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