Webinar replay: How behavioral health organizations can strategically leverage public, private grants

This webinar was held on September 29, 2022.  Behavioral health organizations are benefitting from unprecedented access to public and private grant funding. But there are significant risks to simply “chasing funds,” such as mission drift and increased staff burnout within an already overburdened workforce. During this webinar, speakers from HMA and LAPA Fundraising outlined concrete … Read More

Webinar replay: summary and implications of the 2023 Medicare Advantage advance notice

This webinar was held on February 22, 2022.  The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) recently released the 2023 Advance Notice of Methodological Changes for Medicare Advantage Capitation Rates and Part C/D Payment Policies, which proposes important changes in plan payments, risk adjustment, Star Ratings, and other key financial and regulatory requirements for 2023. … Read More

Webinar Replay: Comparing Medicaid program delivery models on quality outcomes

This webinar was held on February 15, 2022. In 2020, state and federal government spending on Medicaid was $646 billion, with just over half going to Medicaid managed care programs and the rest to fee-for-service (FFS), primary care case management (PCCM), and other models. Despite the large investments, little evidence exists on differences in quality … Read More

Webinar Replay: The future of healthcare quality improvement

This webinar was held on November 2, 2021.  The future of quality improvement is continuously changing, especially within the clinical and member experience space. New and emerging technologies like Data Aggregator Validation (DAV) certification, Natural Language Processing (NLP), digital measurement, member engagement platforms, and new health disparities stratifications are entering the Medicare and Medicaid quality … Read More

Webinar Replay: Continuing the Path to Medicare-Medicaid Integration

This webinar was held on October 4, 2021. Federal and state policy makers have long been working to expand enrollment in Medicare-Medicaid integrated care programs (ICPs). ICPs can advance independent living and health equity for individuals who are dually eligible for both programs. However, approximately only one in 10 dually eligible individuals was enrolled in … Read More