Webinars

Webinar Replay: The Importance of Race and Ethnicity in Accounting for Social Risks in Medicare Value-Based Payments

This webinar was held on April 3, 2019.  Medicare value-based payments are increasingly considering social risk factors such as income and other elements of socioeconomic disadvantage. However, race and ethnicity are often left out of the mix, an approach that can create significant problems for providers attempting to adequately account for financial risks when entering … Read More

Webinar Replay: Military Competency Among Health Care Providers: Best Practices for Screening, Treating and Coordinating Care of Veterans

This webinar was held on February 28, 2019. The unique health care needs of veterans pose significant challenges for providers. What’s required can best be called “military competency,” which is a set of tools and strategies aimed at successfully identifying, screening, and treating veterans. Military competency also means the ability to coordinate care across provider … Read More

Webinar Replay: Evolving Integrated Managed Care Models for Medicare-Medicaid Dual Eligible Beneficiaries: Key Considerations for Health Plans

This webinar was held on January 8, 2019. Managed care plans face significant strategic and operational questions when it comes to serving individuals enrolled in both Medicare and Medicaid. That’s because existing managed care models and state and federal policies are evolving in ways that will dramatically impact the roles and responsibilities of participating plans. … Read More

Webinar Replay: Medicaid Health Homes

This webinar was held on October 30, 2018. Health Homes have been implemented in at least 22 states under the federal Medicaid Health Home state plan option, and initial results illustrate the potential for meaningful improvements in the quality and cost of care associated with serving individuals with chronic physical, mental, or behavioral conditions. During … Read More