We spoke with Camille Dobson of the National Association of States United Against Disabilities (NASUAD) and Warren Hebert of the Louisiana Homecare Association about key topics in the Medicaid industry today. Camille provided insights about new federal LTC regulations, and Warren spoke from the perspective of a family caregiver for a member with long term care needs.
Clay discusses the Medicaid news with Joel Mengers of the Menges Group, Bruce Greenstein of Blend Health Insights and Dr. Craigan Gray of Salient Health Solutions.
We spoke with Brooks Daverman (TN Division of Healthcare Financing and Administration) and and Patti Killngsworth (Bureau of TennCare). They covered lots of topics with the group, including the Tennessee Health Care Innovation Initiative, the Primary Care Transformation Strategy, use of Episodes of Care for Bundled Payments, and the TN Long Term Services and Supports (LTSS) strategy.
Clay covered the month’s Medicaid news with Kris Vilamaa (Germane Health Solutions), Cathy Huff (Fetch Multimedia) and Jerry Dubberly (Myers and Stauffer).
We spoke with Jay Ludlam and Valerie Howard, both of MO Health Net. Jay and Valerie shared multiple insights with the group on various topics, including prospective payments for community mental health clinics, the Show Me Health Babies program, upcoming MO Medicaid procurements and the performance withhold program.
The discussion around the Social Determinants of Health in Medicaid has finally begun to be a common conversation topic. This episode is a discussion with Chris Dunkin, who leads efforts at Aunt Bertha to tackle the social determinants of health from a technology perspective.
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We talked with Rhode Island Medicaid Administrator Deb Florio and Rhode Island Behavioral Health Department Deputy Director Rebecca Boss. The focus of the discussion was recent innovative efforts in Rhode Island around Integrating Care for Persons with Serious and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI).
In this episode, we talked with Bing Doh, the CEO of Health Crowd and Erine Gray (CEO of Aunt Bertha). Bing brought great insights about messaging effectively to Medicaid members, and Erine gave an inside look into using data to impact social determinants of health.