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Medicaid Congress

SIXTH NATIONAL MEDICAID CONGRESS
Special Health Reform
Implementation Edition

June 13 - 15, 2011

ONSITE
Ritz-Carlton Hotel
Washington, DC
ONLINE
In your own office or home live via the Internet
with 24/7 access for six months
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MACPAC ISSUES ITS FIRST REPORT
The Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission (MACPAC) issued its first report to Congress on March 15, 2011.
Click here for the report.

MEDICAID CONGRESS ISSUES EXPECTED TO BE ADDRESSED
  • Managing the Medicaid of Today and Tomorrow
  • The New Federal Coordinated Health Care Office
  • Key Federal-State Implementation Issues in an Expanded Medicaid
  • Key Medicaid Policy Issues in the New Congress
  • Challenges and Opportunities for Medicaid Managed Care Plans
  • State Use of the Basic Health Program (BHP) Option
  • Implementing the $10B California Waiver
  • Medicaid Expansion in an Era of Limits
  • Pay for Performance in Medicaid
  • MEDPAC and MACPAC Look at Dual Eligibles
  • Achieving Savings in Medicaid Drug Costs
  • Medicaid and Dental Health
  • Medicaid and the Disabled
  • The Role of Comparative Effectiveness in Medicaid
  • Medicaid and HIEs
  • Managing Expanded Eligibility and Enrollment Systems
  • The Current State of Racial Disparities
  • Safety Net Clinics and Medical Homes
  • Medicare and Medicaid in Advanced Primary Care Demonstrations
  • Medicaid Health Homes to Manage Chronic Conditions
  • Medicaid Health IT Incentives
  • Getting Serious about Medicaid Fraud
  • Reducing Readmissions in Medicaid
  • Performance of Special Needs Plans
  • Medicaid Battles in the State Legislatures
FREE SUBSCRIPTION TO BIWEEKLY MEDICAID eNEWSLETTER
Click here to subscribe to a biweekly Medicaid Update eNewsletter, one of a family of free eNewsletters providing a complimentary video presentation and regularly updated news and key resources on major health care issues. To view and subscribe to other e-Newsletters on ACOs, comparative effectiveness, readmissions, and patient safety, go to www.HealthCareeNewsletters.com.

FREE TRIAL OFFER FOR INSIDE HEALTH POLICY AND INSIDE HEALTH REFORM
Inside Washington Publishers is offering friends of the Sixth National Medicaid Congress a free four-week trial subscription to two of their newsletters -- Inside Health Policy and Inside Health Reform. The free trials include all regular subscriber services, including an e-mail alert every business day as a reminder of what's been added to the site.

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THIRD NATIONAL MEDICARE READMISSIONS SUMMIT
A Hybrid Conference, Internet Event and Training Tool
The Leading Forum on the New Medicare 30 Day Readmissions Rules and Technology-Enabled Strategies for Transitions of Care
Media Partners: Harvard Health Policy Review and Health Affairs
June 13 - 15, 2011
Ritz-Carlton Hotel
Washington, DC
www.ReadmissionsSummit.com

SIXTH NATIONAL MEDICAID CONGRESS
June 13 - 15, 2011

ONSITE
Ritz-Carlton Hotel
Washington, DC


OR
ONLINE
In your own office or home live via the Internet
with 24/7 access for six months


CONGRESS CO CHAIRS

John Iglehart
Founding Editor, Health Affairs, National Correspondent, New England Journal of Medicine Washington, DC

Thomas L. Johnson
President and CEO, Medicaid Health Plans of America, Washington, DC

Emily Spitzer
Executive Director, National Health Law Program, Washington, DC
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Melanie Bella
Director of the Federal Coordinated Health Care Office, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, US Department of Health & Human Services, Washington, DC

Cindy Mann
Deputy Administrator and Director, Center for Medicaid, CHIP and Survey & Certification, CMS, Washington, DC

Dan Mendelson
Chief Executive Officer, Avalere Health, Former Associate Director for Health, Office of Management and Budget, Washington, DC

Diane Rowland
Executive Vice-President and Executive Director, Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured, Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, Washington, DC

James G. Sheehan, Esq.
Medicaid Inspector General, NYS Office of the Medicaid Inspector General, Former Associate United States Attorney, US Attorney's Office, Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Albany, NY

Grace-Marie Turner
President, Galen Institute, Washington, DC
PRECONFERENCE CHAIRS

Jason R. Kessler, MD, FAAP, CHBE
Medical Director, Iowa Medicaid Enterprise, Des Moines, IA

Al Lewis
President, Disease Management Purchasing Consortium International, Inc., Founder and Past President, Disease Management Association of America, Waltham, MA
FEATURED FACULTY

Scott Afzal
Principal, Audacious Inquiry, LLC, HIE Program Director, Chesapeake Regional Information System for our Patients (CRISP), Catonsville, MD

Uma S. Ahluwalia, MSW
Director, Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services, Rockville, MD

Nancy V. Atkins
Commissioner, Bureau for Medicaid Services, State of West Virginia, Charleston, WV

Michael Birnbaum
Vice President and Director, Medicaid Institute, United Hospital Fund, New York, NY

Stephanie Carlton
Health Policy Advisor, Minority Staff, Senate Finance Committee, Washington, DC

Richard Chambers
Chief Executive Officer, Cal-Optima, Orange, CA

Henry Claypool
Director, Office on Disability, US Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, DC

Anne Cohen, MPH
Director, Disability Health Access, Mountain View CA

Mark Doherty, DMD, MPH, CCHP
Executive Director, DentaQuest Institute, Westborough, MA



Mary Pat Farkas
Health Insurance Specialist, Disabled and Elderly Health Programs, Group, CMS, Baltimore, MD

Robert Harmon, MD, MPH
Director, Duval County Health Department; Chair, NACCHO Public Health Informatics Workgroup; Chair, NE FL Health Informatics Consortium (RHIO), and former Administrator of HRSA, Jacksonville, FL

Michael Herndon, MD
Medical Director, Oklahoma Health Care Authority, Oklahoma City, OK

Catherine Hess, MSW
Managing Director for Coverage and Access, National Academy for State Health Policy, Washington, DC

Keith T. Kanel, MD, MHCM, FACP
Chief Medical Officer, Pittsburgh Regional Health Initiative, Pittsburgh, PA

Nancy Kirchner
Health Insurance Specialist, Disabled and Elderly Health Programs Group, CMS, Baltimore, MD

Anita Monoian
Chief Executive Officer/President, Yakima Neighborhood Health Services, Yakima, WA

Indira Paharia, PsyD, MBA, MS
Director of Health Integration, Molina Healthcare, Bothell, WA

Kelly Peiper, JD, PMP
EHR Incentive Payment Coordinator, Iowa Medicaid Enterprise, Des Moines, IA

Jane Perkins
Legal Director, National Health Law Program, Carrboro, NC

Phred Pilkington, DPA
Chief Executive Officer and Director of Public Health, Cabarrus Health Alliance, Kannapolis, NC

Matt Salo
Executive Director, National Association of Medicaid Directors, Washington, DC

Douglas B. Sherlock, CFA
President, The Sherlock Company, North Wales, PA

Bruce Siegel, MD, MPH
Chief Executive Officer, National Association of Public Hospitals and Health Systems, Washington, DC

Mike Speight
Senior Director, Health Management Group, Iowa Foundation for Medical Care, West Des Moines, IA

David Stapleton, PhD
Senior Fellow and Director, Center for Studying Disability Policy, Mathematica Policy Research, Inc., Princeton, NJ

James M. Verdier
Senior Fellow, Mathematica Policy Research, Inc., Washington, DC
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