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Supporting Vulnerable Members with Meals Can Impact Utilization and Cost of Care

Dates:
Mar 23, 2022
Time:
2:00 pm EDT
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About this Webinar

Members with high utilization are more likely to report unmet social needs. A managed care plan developed an innovative pilot to support high-risk members with a behavioral health diagnosis with 12 weeks of home-delivered meals. Presenters will discuss how meeting this basic need contributed to positive outcomes for individuals and the health plan, impacting provider and case manager visits, in-patient stays, readmissions and total cost of care. Attendees will gain insights from lessons learned.

Attendees Will Be Able To

  1. Identify a population that may benefit from a nutrition intervention
  2. Describe the outcomes of a pilot program providing home-delivered meals to vulnerable members with a behavioral health diagnosis
  3. Understand the pathways for financial support of such a program in Managed Medicaid and Medicare Advantage programs

Presenters

Catherine Macpherson, MS, RDN

Senior Vice President, Healthcare Strategy & Chief Nutrition Officer

Mom’s Meals

Catherine Macpherson is a Registered Dietitian and serves as the Senior VP of Healthcare Strategy and Chief Nutrition Officer for Mom’s Meals, where she leads product, partnerships, pilots, and policy work for the organization. Catherine served as Vice President of Medication Adherence and Immunizations at Walgreens; led Healthcare Product Strategy at WebMD; managed health and wellness…

Learn more about Catherine Macpherson, MS, RDN

Stephanie Waite

Associate Director, Product Intelligence,

UnitedHealthcare Community Plan – WI

Stephanie Waite serves UnitedHealthcare of Wisconsin, as Product Intelligence Director. Stephanie has been with UnitedHealthcare of Wisconsin for 17 years. She has over 20 years of experience in government programs managed care area.

Learn more about Stephanie Waite