May 21-23, 2018
Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor,
Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Drive innovation while navigating political and regulatory uncertainty, value-based care transitions and financial resourcing shortages
Social Determinants of Health | Alternative Payment Models | Strategic Partnerships for Care Coordination | And More
Top Medicaid State Officials, CMS, and Health Plans Answer Your Biggest Questions
Gain Regulatory Clarity, Adopt Alternative Payment Strategies, And Innovate Care To Improve Quality For Your Populations
Talk Freely With State Officials, CMS and Health Plans and Get Candid Answers To Your Questions
- 5+ Medicaid Directors from Kansas, Maryland, Washington D.C., and more examine current federal and state policies to understand their impact on the managed care industry, as well as share strategies to improve quality, manage cost, and drive Medicaid innovation
- Exclusive insights directly from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
- Learn from and network with State and Federal policymakers as well as executive leadership from ACAP, MHPA, ACHP, and AHIP.
Newly Added to the 2018 Program
Hear outcomes from case studies and implications on the latest policies and programming for Medicaid Managed Care in 2018 and beyond:
- Two break out tracks on Specialty Populations and Programs & Addressing the Opioid Epidemic
- The NHCAA will host a panel discussion moderated by Louis Saccoccio, CEO of NHCAA, as they address the topic of health care fraud, waste, and abuse.
Deep Dive on MLTSS, Behavioral Health Integration, Social Determinants of Health, and Patient Engagement
The Medicaid program is constantly evolving. Over four dedicated tracks, more than 20 health plan representatives present their case studies on what worked, what didn't and what your peers would do differently with the benefit of hindsight. You can leverage their lessons learned to streamline your own process and avoid costly mistakes.
Listen in on a candid panel discussion with Medicaid Directors
"Great content, caliber of speakers, topic diversity and applicability. Continue the great balance between policy-making and challenges the states and health plans are facing when the managing models of care delivery and achieving outcomes. Great themes in best practices novel implementation models."
Sally Szumlas RN MS, CPHQ, NEA-BC
Family Health Network
"Anyone involved in Medicaid policy or a stakeholder they should be there."
"[The Medicaid Managed Care Congress] is a very good event with lots of up-to-date information."
Excellus Blue Cross Blue Shield
"Be prepared to learn a lot."