The National Voice for Special Needs and Medicare-Medicaid Plans

2016 Forum Materials

Thursday, October 13, 2016

9:00am - 9:45am

Update from Key Congressional Committee staff on SNP, MMP,
Integration and Related Issues in the 114 th Congress

9:45am - 10:30am

The State of Play on Integration, Managed LTSS, Behavioral
Health, and Other High-Risk/High- Cost Beneficiaries

Center for Health Care Strategies:

Seton Hall Law: Center for Health and Pharmaceutical Law and Policy:

National Academy for State Health Policy:

Integrated Care Resources Center:

State Health Access Data Assistance Center:

10:45am - 11:45 am

Person-Centered Care: Measurement & Operational Considerations

MODERATOR
Deborah Paone, DrPH, MHSA, Principal Consultant, Paone and Associates, LLC;
Performance Evaluation and Policy Consultant to SNP Alliance/National Health Policy Group

PANELISTS

  • Rachel Roiland, Senior Project Manager, Quality Measurement, National Quality Forum
  • Myra Enloe, Vice President, Performance Excellence, Care Wisconsin
  • Stacia Cohen, Vice President, STARS and Risk Adjustment, Blue Cross Blue Shield of MN

From SNP Alliance/National Health Policy Group:


From National Quality Forum:
Materials from the NQF re: Person and Family Centered Care Measures can be accessed through:

From National Committee on Quality Assurance:

Journal of American Geriatric Society

11:45am - 1pm

Lunch - State of the Election

1pm - 1:45pm

Conversation with CMS' Medicare-Medicaid Coordination Office: The Reality of Medicare-Medicaid Alignment within CMS

HHS:

SNP Alliance:

MedPAC:

1:45pm - 2:45pm

Removing Barriers to Integration Among Medical Care, Behavioral Health and LTSS: perspectives from Leading State Medicaid Executives

National Association of State Units on Aging and Disability:

Center for Health Care Strategies:

Integrated Care Resources Center:

SNP Alliance:

3:00pm - 3:45pm

Moving Integration Beyond Innovator and Early Adopter States

3:45pm - 4:30pm

The Mecca of Specialty Care for High-Risk Populations: Bridging the Gap Among Primary, Acute, LTC and Community-Based Providers

PANELISTS

4:30pm - 5:15pm

Making It All Come Together for Frail Elders


Friday, October 14, 2016

8:45am - 10:15am


Options for Recognizing and Accommodating Social Risk Factor Issues among Duals in Quality/Value Metrics and Approaches

MODERATOR
Deborah Paone, DrPH, MHSA, Principal Consultant, Paone and Associates, LLC;
Performance Evaluation and Policy Consultant to SNP Alliance/National Health Policy Group

PANELISTS

From SNP Alliance/National Health Policy Group:

From Avalere/Inovalon:

From National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (Institute of Medicine):

From National Quality Forum:
Work of the Dual Eligible Beneficiaries Workgroup
Reports:

10:30am - 11:15am

After the Big Win on Improving Payment Equity for Duals, Where Do We Go From Here?

11:15am - 12:00pm

Blazing the Trail for Integration and Health System Transformation for High-Risk/High-Need Beneficiaries

Bipartisan Policy Center: