The Future of Medicaid is Here: Implications for Payers, Providers and States
Sept. 11-12, 2017
Health Management Associates (HMA) is proud to announce its 2nd conference on Trends in Publicly Sponsored Healthcare, Sept. 11-12, 2017, in Chicago. The theme of this year’s event is The Future of Medicaid is Here: Implications for Payers, Providers and States and features as keynote speakers some of the nation’s most innovative healthcare leaders.
This is the second conference HMA has presented on trends in publicly sponsored healthcare. Our inaugural event last year in Chicago brought together 250 executives from health plans, providers, state and federal government, community-based organizations and others serving Medicaid and other vulnerable populations. It was a collaborative, high-level event featuring more than 30 speakers and representing the interests of a broad-based constituency of healthcare leaders.
This year’s meeting promises to be even better, with a sharp focus on the challenges and opportunities for organizations serving Medicaid and other vulnerable populations given the priorities of the incoming Trump Administration.
Confirmed Keynote Speakers to Date
(in alphabetical order; others to be announced)
The Growing Role of Medicaid Managed Care
Laurie Brubaker, Head of Aetna Medicaid
Mario Molina, MD, President, CEO, Molina Healthcare
Pamela Morris, President, CEO, CareSource
Fran Soistman, EVP, Government Services, Aetna, Inc.
Paul Tufano, Chairman, CEO, AmeriHealth Caritas
The Future of State Innovation in Medicaid
Gary Jesse, Deputy Executive Commissioner, Medical and Social Services, Texas Health and Human Services
The Pros and Cons of Shared Responsibility in Medicaid
Joe Moser, Director of Medicaid, Indiana Family and Social Services Administration
Additional planned sessions to focus on the future of Provider Innovation and Delivery System Reform, Investor Views on the Future of Publicly Sponsored Healthcare, Waivers (1115, 1332, Block Grants, etc.), Long-Term Services and Supports, Value-Based Payments, Behavioral Integration for Vulnerable Populations, Community-based Organizations
More details, including a complete agenda, will be available in the weeks ahead. Questions can be directed to Carl Mercurio, email@example.com, (212) 575-5929.
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