The Medicaid Managed Care Leadership Summit provides essential tools to help Medicaid managed care organizations, providers, community-based organizations, and other Medicaid leaders strengthen member engagement, comply with ever-changing state and federal regulations, overcome financing challenges, and improve the quality of care and health equity for vulnerable populations.
This virtual summit will explore ways to provide quality care to a high-risk population, connect with hard-to-reach patients, and ensure financial viability for Medicaid managed care organizations and providers. Attendees will walk away with the tools they need to improve clinical outcomes, succeed with value-based contracting, stay on top of regulatory changes, address social determinants of health (SDoH), and make the most of lessons learned from the unwinding of continuous enrollment.
This virtual summit is curated for mid- to senior-level Medicaid stakeholders who want to improve clinical outcomes for vulnerable populations, ensure financial viability, and stay on top of regulatory changes.
Expect to network with Directors, Vice Presidents, and Managers of:
Virtually join Medicaid leaders to:
Explore lessons learned from the restart of redeterminations
Learn how state Medicaid agencies are addressing SDoH
Discover interventions that improve maternal and infant health
Analyze the advantages of a carve-in model for Medicaid coverage of behavioral health services
Learn how Medicaid MCOs are partnering with community-based organizations to meet SDoH needs
Hear success stories about value-based contracts that lowered costs and improved quality of care
Understand the value of using evidence-based treatment to improve outcomes for behavioral health patients
Take away creative ideas for increasing health care access in rural communities
Develop integrated care for the I/DD population
Get tips for achieving interoperability to ensure high-quality care
- VP of Medicaid
- Director of Care Coordination
- Value Based Care Manager
- Director of Medicaid