#HMACon2020

Trends in Publicly Sponsored Healthcare

What’s Next for Medicaid, Medicare and Publicly Sponsored Healthcare:

How Payers, Providers, and States Are Navigating a Future of Opportunity and Uncertainty

+ October 26-27
+ Fairmont Chicago Millennium Park

For Group and Government
Discount Pricing

Contact
Carl Mercurio at
212-575-5929 or
cmercurio@healthmanagement.com

#HMACon2020

Trends in Publicly Sponsored Healthcare

What’s Next for Medicaid, Medicare and Publicly Sponsored Healthcare:

How Payers, Providers, and States Are Navigating a Future of Opportunity and Uncertainty

October 26-27
Fairmont Chicago Millennium Park

DAYS

SPEAKERS

SESSIONS

About the Conference

HMA’s annual conference brings together hundreds of industry executives from health plans, providers, state and federal government, community-based organizations, and others serving Medicaid, Medicare, and vulnerable populations.

Agenda Highlights:

1.

A leading healthcare policy expert will explore various election scenarios at the national, state, and local level, and the likely impacts they will have on healthcare policy.

2.

Medicaid directors will discuss short-term and long-term priorities for state Medicaid programs, including innovate initiatives designed to improve outcomes, efficiency, and cost.

3.

Leading managed care executives will outline strategies, priorities, and concerns for meeting the needs of vulnerable populations and serving a broader constituency.

4.

Direct-to-consumer organizations will highlight potentially disruptive healthcare products and services, including initiatives in the areas of long-term services and supports, home care, community-based clinics, and transportation.

5.

Leading Medicaid policy makers, state government officials, and healthcare executives will outline the key provisions and likely impact of the new Healthy Adult Opportunity waiver.

Keynote Speakers

In alphabetical order

Drew Altman

President, CEO, Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Melisa Byrd

Senior Deputy Director/Medicaid Director, District of Columbia Department of Health Care Finance

Heidi Chan

Market President, AmeriHealth Caritas North Carolina

Alec Cunningham

Executive Vice President, Government Services, Aetna, a CVS Health Company

David Fields

President, Dean Health Plan

Jesse Hunter

Executive Vice President, Mergers & Acquisitions, Chief Strategy Officer, Centene Corporation

Beth Kidder

Deputy Secretary for Medicaid, Florida Agency for Health Care Administration

Carter Kimble

Deputy Secretary of Health and Human Services, State of Oklahoma

Kate Massey

Senior Deputy Director, Medical Services Administration, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services

Stephanie Muth

Deputy Executive Commissioner, Medicaid & CHIP, Texas Health & Human Services

Keith Payet

Chief Executive Officer, UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Tennessee

Sign Up Now and Save!

The early bird catches the worm – register now and receive a discounted rate.

registration Ends
July 29, 2020

Pre-Conference Workshop:
Oct. 25

What Every Healthcare Stakeholder Needs to Know about Medicare to Thrive

For Group and Government
Discount Pricing

Contact
Carl Mercurio at
212-575-5929 or
cmercurio@healthmanagement.com

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Transfers, Cancellations and Refunds Policy

Registrants may transfer their registration to another person at any time by notifying Lis Diaz (ldiaz@healthmanagement.com) in writing. Cancellations must be made in writing to Lindsey Beck (lbeck@healthmanagement.com). Refunds minus a 20% service charge are available for cancellations received in writing 45 days or more prior to the start of the conference. No refunds are available thereafter.

Note: In the event the conference is cancelled because of COVID-19, refunds minus standard credit card transaction fees will be available.