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Save the Date for June 2023

 Medicare Advantage Member Accounting & Reconciliation Summit

Offering both high-level strategy and critical operational training, the RISE Medicare Advantage Member Accounting and Reconciliation Summit is the only specialist conference of its kind presenting a deep and evaluative look into membership and revenue reconciliation. Leave with key updates on the evolving regulatory landscape, the growing Medicare Advantage market share, and the future of member accounting and reconciliation.

Stay tuned for details on next year's event.



Who Should Attend

This event is designed for Medicare Advantage plan executives and professionals working in the following fields:

- Revenue and Reconciliation 
- Finance 
- Operations/Support 
- Part D 
- Enrollment/Eligibility/Billing
- Reporting & Compliance
- Risk Adjustment Management 
- Medicare & Government Programs 

In addition, Medicare Advantage professionals working with job functions in Accounting, Data Reporting & Analytics, IT and Business Systems Analysis would benefit from this program.


The Medicare Advantage Accounting and Reconciliation Summit provides the perfect opportunity for MA plan executives to dive into this multifaceted topic, learn best practices, and interact with peers tackling the same challenges. Check out a few reasons attendees have joined us in the past:

  • Optimize your revenue stream through effective reconciliation processes

  • Ensure accurate repayments for your members

  • Recapture revenue for complex segments of your membership populations

  • Leverage technological innovations and maximize growth

  • Get the latest regulatory updates impacting eligibility and premiums

  • Build successful end-to-end benefits coordination

  • Overhaul your technological solutions and streamline your reconciliation processes

  • Expand your membership in a rapidly growing Medicare Advantage market

  • Gain insights from industry leaders on safeguarding your bottom line

  • Identify how to successfully reclaim payments in secondary payer situations