National Conferences on Medicare, Medicaid & Dual Eligibles

  • September 23 – 26, 2019
  • Washington, D.C.
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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.

  • National Conference on Medicare | September 23-24
  • National Conference on Dual Eligibles | September 24
  • National Conference on Medicaid | September 25-26

Register for one, two, or all three. Save when you register for more than one conference.

Topics that Matter

Dive into deep discussions about priorities, opportunities, and future directions for the Medicare and Medicaid programs. Here are some of the topics we’ll discuss during the three conferences.

  • Leveraging Technology to Enhance the Medicare Beneficiary Experience
  • Current Legal Issues in Medicare Advantage
  • Medicare-for-All and Public Plan Proposals
  • Rx Drug Rebate Rules and Medicare Part D
  • Addressing Disparities in Quality Measurement
  • MA VBID-2.0
  • Evolving Benefits in Medicare Advantage
  • Risk Adjustment with Encounter Data
  • MA and Part D Program Audits for 2020
  • New Era of Payer-Provider Collaborations Delivering Value-Based Care
  • Long Term Outlook for Integrating Medicare and Medicaid
  • How States and Medicare-Medicaid Dual Eligibles Plans Can Work Together to Enhance Care Delivery
  • FIDE SNPs, HIDE SNPs and Other Evolving Managed Care Models: Key Considerations
  • Improving Care for Dually Eligible Individuals Through Innovative Partnerships
  • Legislative Approaches to Integrated Models
  • Current Medicaid Regulatory and Legal Issues:
    • Texas v. United States Cases
    • DHS Public Charge Proposed Rule
  • Trends in Medicaid Waivers:
    • Work Requirements
    • Partial Expansion
  • Medicaid Managed Care Rule
  • Medicaid Buy-in
  • SDOH Demonstrations and Investments
  • Trends in Medicaid Prescription Drug Programs
  • How Medicaid Plans Support Special Populations
  • Medicaid Actuarial Issues – Rate Setting and MLR

Maximize your time in Washington, D.C.
AHIP’s State Issues Retreat
September 26-27

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.

Save when you register by July 29, 2019.

Get the most out of your attendance and receive a discount when you add more than one conference to your registration.

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Hotel and Travel Information

Will we see you in D.C?

Washington, D.C.

Conference Location: JW Marriott
1331 Pennsylvania Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20004
Hotel Website:

Fall is a fabulous time to be in D.C.

Not too hot, not too cold. And always a comfortable setting to plan for your organization’s coming year in public programs. Conveniently located, AHIP’s National Conferences on Medicare, Medicaid & Dual Eligibles is a great place to get down to business. Sign up for the conference and receive special hotel rates!

As an added bonus, nearby you’ll find plenty of walkable green spaces, D.C.-only attractions like the White House, Smithsonian Museums and the National Mall, and great restaurants for when you need to take a short break from it all.


Reservation Deadline is Friday, August 23, 2019 or when the room block has sold out. (whichever comes first).

How to book a room – To receive the AHIP-negotiated rates you must register for the 2019 National Conferences on Medicare, Medicaid and Dual Eligibles, before making your hotel reservation.  Once your registration has been confirmed you will receive hotel details within the registration confirmation to book your room reservation using the online Passkey system.  Reservation Deadline is Friday, August 23, 2019 or when the room block has sold out. (whichever comes first).


Please be aware that third party housing companies also known as room pirates or poachers, may contact AHIP registrants and exhibitors to solicit sleeping rooms for the 2019 National Conferences on Medicare, Medicaid and Dual Eligibles. Room pirates/poachers may act as travel agencies, wholesalers, or destination management companies.  The practice on room poaching makes it difficult for AHIP to meet our room block commitments and exposes us to penalties and increased room rates for future meetings.

AHIP does not endorsed any private companies to act on our behalf. AHIP is not responsible for any hotel reservations made through any company source. Room pirates/poachers may represent themselves as being affiliated with AHIP by illegally using our name or logo. Don’t be misled! If you are contacted by someone, please let us know immediately, click here to send an email.

Travel Information

This hotel does not provide shuttle service.

Area Airports

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA)
Distance from Hotel: 5 miles
Drive Time: 20 minutes

Washington, DC/Dulles (IAD)
Distance from Hotel: 26 miles
Drive Time: 45 minutes

Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI)
Distance from Hotel: 31 miles
Drive Time: Approximately 1 hour

To receive the AHIP-negotiated rates you must register for the 2019 National Conferences on Medicare, Medicaid & Dual Eligibles, before making your hotel reservation.

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