Webinars

Webinar Replay – Stimulant Use Disorder: Harm Reduction Strategies and Evidence-based Interventions

This webinar was held on June 3, 2021.  People who use stimulants may experience a range of negative health outcomes, including cardiovascular events, increased risk of acquiring or spreading HIV and Hepatitis C, dental problems, violent behavior, psychotic symptoms, and overdose. Fortunately, an impressive array of evidence-based treatments and harm reduction strategies are available to … Read More

Webinar Replay: Continuous Quality – How Medicaid and Medicare Plans Can Stay Ahead of Evolving HEDIS, CAHPS, and Accreditation Requirements

This webinar was held on April 6, 2021.  Medicaid and Medicare Advantage plans can avoid the disruptive triannual accreditation fire drill by instituting a process-driven approach to continuous quality improvement, driving member satisfaction, improving health outcomes, and ensuring a smooth accreditation process. During this webinar, HMA experts provided strategies and best practices for maintaining ongoing … Read More

Webinar Replay: Improving COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence in Underserved Populations

This webinar was held on March 16, 2021. COVID-19 vaccination has lagged among underserved populations and communities of color in part because of a deeply rooted historical skepticism concerning the safety and efficacy of certain medical treatments and procedures. During this webinar, experts from HMA, Tufts Health Plan, and ConsejoSano discussed how healthcare providers and … Read More

Webinar Replay: Medicare, Medicaid and the ACA’s Evolution After the 2020 Presidential Election

This webinar was held on September 30, 2020.  The upcoming federal elections portend tremendous change for federal health care programs, in particular Medicare, Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act. If there is a change in administration and Congressional control, stakeholders should expect rapid implementation of new policy agendas and regulatory frameworks. New presidents generally pursue … Read More