#HMACon2019

Trends in Publicly Sponsored Healthcare

The Next Wave of Medicaid Growth and Opportunity:

How Payers, Providers, and States are Positioning Themselves for Success

+ September 9-10
+ Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile

For Group and Government
Discount Pricing

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

#HMACon2019

Trends in Publicly Sponsored Healthcare

The Next Wave of Medicaid Growth and Opportunity:

How Payers, Providers, and States are Positioning Themselves for Success

September 9-10
Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile

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.

An agenda of top speakers from leading organizations across the country brings a sharp focus to the challenges and opportunities for healthcare entities in the publicly sponsored healthcare arena.

Agenda Highlights:

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.

An agenda of top speakers from leading organizations across the country brings a sharp focus to the challenges and opportunities for healthcare entities in the publicly sponsored healthcare arena.

Agenda Highlights:

1.

Leading Medicaid directors will outline opportunities and pitfalls of Medicaid program innovation at the state level.

2.

Top health plan executives will discuss the growing role of Medicaid managed care in serving the nation’s most vulnerable populations.

3.

Health plans, providers and regulators will discuss an array of important trends in Medicaid expansion, opioid treatment, management of drug spending, social determinants of health, community engagement, and behavioral health integration.

4.

There will be a special focus on dual-eligible populations, including an analysis of emerging managed care models, provider efforts to serve high acuity patients, and the future role of Medicare and Medicare Advantage

Keynote Speakers

In alphabetical order

Deb Bacon

Regional Vice President, West/Other Region, Aetna Medicaid

Mari Cantwell

Chief Deputy Director, Health Care Programs, California Department of Health Care Services

Mandy Cohen, MD

Secretary, North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services

Doug Elwell

Medicaid Director, Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services

Heidi Garwood

President Medicaid, Health Care Service Corporation

Carole Johnson

Commissioner, New Jersey Department of Human Services

Mitchell Katz, MD

President and CEO,
NYC Health + Hospitals

Joanne McFall

Market President, Keystone First Health Plan

Dennis Mouras

CEO, UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Michigan

Jami Snyder

Director, Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System

Carol Steckel

Commissioner, Kentucky Division of Medicaid Services

Patrick Sturdivant

President, Amerigroup Texas, Anthem, Inc.

Paul Tufano

Chairman, CEO, AmeriHealth Caritas

Alan Weil

Editor-in-Chief, Health Affairs

Don’t Miss Out!

Hear from industry-leading speakers and network with business executives and policy experts.

registration Ends
August 25, 2019

Pre-Conference Workshop: Sept. 8

Focus on Medicaid’s basic building blocks, key variations by state and the changing landscape

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.