||Drive innovation while navigating political and regulatory uncertainty, value-based care transitions, and financial resourcing shortages
MMCC gives you the knowledge and strategies you need to• Gain regulatory clarity• Adopt alternative payment strategies• Innovate care to improve quality for your populationsHow?Talk freely with state officials, Association CEOs, CMS, and health plans to get candid answers to your questions• 5+Medicaid Directors from Kansas, North Carolina, Washington D.C., Maryland, and more• Network with policy makers and executive leadership from ACAP, MHPA, and more
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.• New Health Plans in 2018 include Aetna, CareOregon, BlueCareTennessee, Anthem, and more!
Deep Dive on MLTSS, Behavioral Health Integration, Social Determinants of Health, and Patient Engagement• More than 20 health plan representatives present their case studies on what worked and what didn’t• Leverage their lessons learned to streamline your own process and avoid costly mistakes.
MMCC 2018 is an especially exciting year because this is your unique opportunity to give feedback on CMS 2390-F Managed Care Final Rule!
After an overview and introduction to Managed Care Quality Rating Systems, participants will be asked to react, share ideas, give feedback and suggestions to QRS scenarios put forth by CMS via a Kaizen-style interactive session with Karen Matsuoka, Ph.D., Chief Quality Officer, CMS
NEW for 2018! Earn Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Credits! Attendees will be able to earn up to 18 credits for 3-days and 11 credits for 2-days of attendance following the conclusion of the conference.*State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit.
URLs:Brochure https://go.evvnt.com/210073-1?pid=5569Inquiries https://go.evvnt.com/210073-2?pid=5569Booking https://go.evvnt.com/210073-3?pid=5569
PriceHealth Plan 3-Day Platinum Pass (Early Bird Rate: Expires 4/20/18): USD 2195Health Plan 2-Day Gold Pass (Early Bird Rate: Expires 4/20/18): USD 1695Non-Profit/Hospitality/Community Health Center 3-Day Platinum Pass (Early Bird Rate: Expires 4/20/18): USD 1795Non-Profit/Hospitality/Community Health Center 2-Day Gold Pass (Early Bird Rate: Expires 4/20/18): USD 1295CMS/Federal Government/State Medicaid Directors 3-Day Platinum Pass (Early Bird Rate: Expires 4/20/18): USD 795CMS/Federal Government/State Medicaid Directors 2-Day Gold Pass (Early Bird Rate: Expires 4/20/18): USD 495Solution Provider 3-Day Platinum Pass (Early Bird Rate: Expires 4/20/18): USD 2995Solution Provider 2-Day Gold Pass (Early Bird Rate: Expires 4/20/18): USD 2495
Speakers: Karen Matsuoka, Ph.D.: Chief Quality Officer for CMS, G. Lawrence Atkins: Executive Director of MLTSS Association, Margaret Murray: CEO of ACAP, Jeff Myers: President & CEO of MHPA, Louis Saccoccio: CEO of National Health Care Anti-Fraud Association
Monday May 21, 2018 at 8:00 am (ends Wednesday May 23, 2018 at 12:35 pm)
Venue detailsHyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor300 Light Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21202, United States