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The Future of Medicaid is Here:
Implications for Payers, Providers and States
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+ Date

Sept. 11-12, 2017

+ Location

Chicago, IL

+ Sessions

12

+ Speakers

30+

HMA’s 2017 conference The Future of Medicaid is Here: Implications for Payers, Providers and States will address the challenges and opportunities for organizations serving Medicaid and other vulnerable populations given the priorities of the new Administration and Congress.

+ Learning Objectives

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Assess the potential for broad-based changes to the structure of the Medicaid program, including the possibilities and limitations of waivers, block grants, per capita caps, shared responsibility, health savings accounts, expansion, and other benefit design and funding innovations.
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Learn why states will have unprecedented license to structure Medicaid programs to meet the unique needs of vulnerable populations in their states.
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Understand the growing role of managed care organizations in serving Medicaid populations, including children, adults, and a growing number of individuals with complex conditions, developmental disabilities, and long-term care needs.
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Explore the role of managed care in serving Long-Term Services and Supports populations, including a frank discussion of how proposed changes to the Medicaid program may impact the future of Managed LTSS initiatives.

+ Keynote Speakers

In alphabetical order

Mari Cantwell

California State Medicaid Director & Chief Deputy Director, Health Care Programs
California Department of Health Care Services

L. Allen Dobson Jr., MD

President and CEO
Community Care of North Carolina

Barbara Ferrer, PhD, MPH, Med

Director of Public Health
Los Angeles County Health Agency

Janet Grant

Head, Aetna Medicaid, Great Plains Region
Aetna

Jesse Hunter

EVP, Products
Centene Corp.

Gary Jessee

Former Deputy Executive Commissioner, Medical and Social Services
Texas Health and Human Services

MaryAnne Lindeblad

Medicaid Director
Washington Health Care Authority

Allison McGuire, MPH

Executive Director
Montefiore Hudson Valley Collaborative

Kristen Metzger

President
Indiana Medicaid

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield

J. Mario Molina, MD

Director, Former CEO
Molina Healthcare

Pamela Morris

President, CEO
CareSource

Joe Moser

Former Director of Medicaid
Indiana Family and Social Services Administration

Christopher Perrone

Director, Improving Access
California Health Care Foundation

 

Michael Randol

Director
Division of Health Care Finance, Kansas Department of Health and Environment

Matt Salo

Executive Director
National Association of Medicaid Directors

 

Justin Senior

Secretary
Florida Agency for Health Care Administration

 

June Simmons

President/CEO
Partners in Care Foundation

Paco Trilla, M.D.

Medical Director
Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island

Paul Tufano

Chairman, CEO
AmeriHealth Caritas

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Transfers, Cancellations and Refunds Policy
Registrants may transfer their registration to another person at any time by notifying Alona Nenko (anenko@healthmanagement.com) in writing. Cancellations must be made in writing to Lindsey Beck (lbeck@healthmanagement.com). Refunds minus a 20% service charge are available for cancellations received in writing 45 days or more prior to the start of the conference. No refunds are available thereafter; however, you may apply your fee minus a 20% service charge toward registration at a future HMA event.

Sponsored By:

Renaissance Chicago Downtown Hotel

1 West Wacker Drive
Chicago, IL 60601

Renaissance Chicago Downtown Hotel

1 West Wacker Drive. Chicago, IL 60601

For any questions please contact Carl Mercurio at 212-575-5929 or cmercurio@healthmanagement.com