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Value Visit: Population Health for Government-Sponsored Health Plans

Event Date: 9/21/2022 - 9/23/2022

Event Overview



What it takes to launch, grow and sustain long-term

The COVID-19 pandemic has generated a huge health debt, particularly for government-sponsored healthcare beneficiaries across Medicaid, the ACA, SNPs, and Medicare Advantage. For Alliance health plans already serving these members—and for organizations entering these programs or expanding their markets—a renewed focus on your comprehensive population health strategy is critical to your immediate sustainability and long-term growth. That’s why the 2022 Government Programs Value Visit will focus on the unique challenges government-sponsored plans face when it comes to the evolution of your population health approach.

We’ll focus on what it takes to operationalize population health, including:

  • Engaging stakeholders
  • Assessing the needs of your members and stratifying risks
  • Identifying evidence-based actions
  • Developing collaborative care plans
  • Investing in partnerships and alliances and building interdisciplinary teams to surround your members
  • Coordinating whole-person care plans 
  • Using performance metrics, scorecards and dashboards to monitor and evaluate program success to support iterative learning

Like all Alliance meetings, the program will feature provider-sponsored and regional health plans from across the country. We’ll support this case-study-driven content with deep expertise from industry thought leaders and foster spaces that allow for meaningful conversation and ideation. 

For the best results, send at least two members of your government-programs leadership team to ensure you can take advantage of every breakout and small group discussion opportunity.

 



Why you should attend

  • Generate new ideas and learn from your Alliance colleagues on Member Churn: How to create synergies within your organization’s government-sponsored health plans to foster an end-to-end user experience that retains members

  • Explore additional steps you can take to fuel your population health efforts by becoming the data and technology hubs for your providers, members, and CBOs

  • Learn how others are navigating the evolving Quality landscape and gain tactical methods to move beyond a “check-the-box” approach to accreditation and embrace innovation targeting measurable quality outcomes

  • Dig into the challenges Alliance members operating in multiple government-sponsored programs are overcoming when it comes to building and growing provider partnerships strong enough to withstand risk adjustment training, quality gap closure efforts, and equitable health outcomes

  • Hear the latest efforts underway when it comes to designing MA and DSNP product offerings that manage medical spend, improve satisfaction and retention, and gain ground on quality outcomes
     


Who should attend

This Value Visit is an interdisciplinary meeting with strategic focus on the launch, growth and long-term sustainability of Health Plan Alliance members’ government-sponsored healthcare programs. Executive sponsors, Vice Presidents and their direct reports with P&L responsibility for your Medicaid, Medicare Advantage, ACA, or Special Needs Plan will find this comprehensive event a powerful learning and networking opportunity.  In addition, leaders with responsibility for the following will gain tremendous value from attending:

  • Population health, with particular emphasis on health equity
  • Data-fueled collaboration with your provider owners and partners, with particular emphasis on SDOH
  • Achieving Quality outcomes across your government programs portfolio (NCQA, HEDIS, Stars and more)
  • MA Product design, with particular emphasis on whole-person care and SSBCI
  • New plan launch or plan expansion, with particular emphasis on Special Needs and MA plans

 


 

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COVID Protocols

What to expect: Health and Safety Protocols

The Health Plan Alliance’s hallmark is the unique space we provide for our members and partners to come together and meaningfully connect around the challenges and opportunities your organizations navigate every day. The health and safety of every attendee is our top priority and we are implementing health and safety protocols for our in-person events aimed at protecting all participants. 

These protocols will be updated in response to ongoing guidance from CDC and local health authorities. If you have attended Alliance in-person meetings before, know this experience will be different in many ways – but also rest assured that we remain dedicated to creating unique opportunities to connect, learn and share with your colleagues from across the country.

Please review the Updated Safety protocols HERE

By registering to attend the event you agree and understand these specific risks noted below:

Liability Disclaimer and Release: COVID-19

The novel coronavirus, COVID-19, has been declared a worldwide pandemic.  COVID-19 is reported to be extremely contagious.  The exact methods of spread and contraction are unknown, but the virus is believed to spread from person-to-person, by contact with contaminated objects, and even possibly in the air.  People reportedly can be infected and show no symptoms yet still spread the disease.  COVID-19 is reported to cause serious illness and death. The Health Plan Alliance cannot prevent attendees from becoming exposed to, contracting, or spreading COVID-19 while attending a HPA event or activity.  Any in-person interaction may increase the risk of contracting or spreading COVID-19. 

I agree and understand these specific risks and nonetheless accept them in order to attend this HPA event.  These services are of such value to me that I accept the risk of being exposed to, contracting, and/or spreading COVID-19 in order to participate in person rather than arranging for an alternative method participating or not participating at all.  I further hereby forever release and waive all claims and rights against the Health Plan Alliance in connection with exposure, infection, and/or spread of COVID-19 related to utilizing their services or premises or interacting with their members.  I understand that this release and waiver means I give up my right to bring any claims including for personal injuries, death, disease, property losses, or any other loss that may be released and waived under applicable law, including, but not limited to, claims of negligence, and I understand that this release and waiver prevents me from seeking damages in any way against the Health Plan Alliance, whether such damages are known or unknown, foreseen or unforeseen, or that occur now or in the future. 

I understand that the Health Plan Alliance and the event venue will implement COVID-19 health and safety protocols that align with the most recent guidance released by the CDC and the local health authority.  These protocols will include details regarding code of conduct and safety measures (ie, wearing masks in public spaces, maintaining physical distance during sessions, etc) for all attendees. I understand I will be expected to adhere to these guidelines.

Agenda

Last updated September 12, 2022
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AGENDA AT A GLANCE


 

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21

6:00 PM

 

Welcome reception

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22

7:30

Registration and badge pick up | Networking breakfast

8:30

Welcome!

9:00

State of the industry – what’s next for government-sponsored healthcare?

10:00

Break

10:30

Government programs growth workshop series
Choose your own adventure: Launching a SNP in today’s market, growing your MA market share, improving your Medicaid RFP score

11:30

Networking lunch

12:30

Workshops resume

1:30

Workshops wrap and afternoon break

2:00

ProMedica: Changing our care delivery and payment models to include social and economic factors

2:30

Case study line up: Enhancing data collection and analytics for health equity

3:30

Case study line up: Using population health data meaningfully across the payer-provider landscape

4:30

Day one de-brief and looking ahead to tomorrow

4:45

Adjourn

6:00

Networking dinner

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23

7:30

Networking breakfast

8:30

Welcome back!

8:45

Case study line up: Aligning engagement, quality, and health equity initiatives

10:15

Break

10:30

Driving collaboration to support health equity

11:15

Panel discussion: Aligning program design and interventions with long-term population health goals

12:00

Box Lunch

12:30

Poster session small group discussion

Benefit design innovations, health equity and quality outcomes, CX innovations

 

1:30

Poster session small group share outs

Benefit design innovations, health equity and quality outcomes, CX innovations

2:15

Wrap up

2:30

Meeting adjourns


Wednesday, September 21


6:00PM

Welcome reception at Whitney Peak Hotel – Pre-Function A&B

 

Thursday, September 22


7:30

Breakfast – Mt. Rose

 

 

8:30

Welcome! – WP 1 & 2

Kristin B. Rodriguez
COO, Health Plan Alliance

 

9:00

 

State of the industry – what’s next for government-sponsored healthcare?

Government-sponsored healthcare beneficiaries are weathering a very challenging financial climate, facing the end of the PHE, experiencing continued access challenges – particularly in mental health – and state budgets that will likely continue slicing away social safety net supports when put under pressure.Navigating health, wellness, financial stability, and resiliency has never been more difficult for the populations we serve.

 

This environment provides a unique and powerful opportunity for Alliance members serving these populations. If we remain grounded in our missions and visions and are able to successfully execute on our strategies in an agile, responsive way then we have a huge opportunity to grow. But we will also be challenged, particularly when it comes to effectively engaging the population segments who face meaningful barriers to participating in their healthcare management. Now more than ever, Alliance member health plans must get creative and be bold when it comes to strengthening our place in our communities’ healthcare ecosystems. This includes widening the aperture of our population health lens, investing in new partnerships, and connecting with members in ways that matter to them.

 

 

 

John Gorman

Government Health Programs Expert and SDOH investor

10:00

Break

 

 

10:30

Government programs growth workshop segment. Choose your own adventure:

  • Launching a SNP in today’s market
  • Growing your MA market share
  • Improving your Medicaid RFP score

 

 

Option 1
Location:

WP 1 & 2

Launching a SNP in today’s market

Hosted by renowned industry guru Shelley Stevenson, the Director of Change Healthcare’s Government Program’s Practice and long-time content creator with the Health Plan Alliance. With a faculty of Alliance members making big DSNP plays, this extended learning session will dig deep into key issues such as member churn and creating synergies within your organization’s government-sponsored health plans to foster an end-to-end user experience that retains members.

  • The Model of Care: How to create one – and how NOT to create one
  • The organizational challenges you face when developing your MOC
  • HRA-ICP-ICT-TOC: The unique DSNP requirements that often trip plans up
  • The key differences between a DSNP and a MAPD plan implementation
  • How does a DSNP affect enrollment, claims, benefit design, marketing, customer service, appeals and grievances, providers, health services, UM, CM, medical management, pharmacy – and more!
  • Stars and DSNPs: Taking your quality efforts to a whole new level
  • DSNP Audits: Don’t get caught in these common traps

 

Shelley Stevenson,
Director, Government Programs Practice, Change Healthcare

 

Harold Tong
CEO, MDFlow

 

Prominence Health Plan DSNP implementation and launch team:

 

Traci Biondi MD, CMO

 

Meghann Polevoi, DSNP Director

 

Philip Ramirez, Chief Compliance Officer

 

Dominic Henriquez, Chief Development Officer

 

 

Option 2

Location:

WP 3

Growing your MA market share
The opportunity for growth in MA remains strong, but the troubling national trend is large national players making bigger gains than regional, provider-sponsored plans. Whether you’re new to MA or a well-established plan, the challenges related to sustainable, long-term growth remain particularly nuanced for Alliance member organizations. Join your peers for this deep-dive workshop on specific, creative strategies that can differentiate your plan and capitalize on your unique identity in your local markets. Together we’ll tackle issues such as:

  • Leveraging our owner and partner provider relationships in our marketing plans: How to navigate their compliance concerns and amplify your unique value proposition
  • Smart and savvy ways to play defense during OEP (hint: the provider partnerships matter here, too)
  • Age-ins 2.0: Smoothly converting your Medicaid, employer group, and ACA members to MA membership
  • MA plan design considerations for seniors navigating a tough financial environment
  • Product development considerations: What we know motivates seniors to shop
  • Member experience considerations: What we know will trigger a switch (and what you can do about it)

 

 

Michael Adelberg
Principal, Faegre Drinker

 

Tim Murray
Director and Senior Consulting Actuary, Wakely Consulting

 

Option 3

Location:

Wheeler-Relay

Improving your Medicaid RFP score

If you have responsibility for your health plan’s Medicaid bid preparation, join your Alliance peers for this tactical, action-focused workshop designed to provide tangible ideas on how your team can approach the tough issues regional and provider-sponsored health plans face when competing for Medicaid business against the national players.

 

The workshop leaders will provide insight on national trends in Medicaid RFPs and predict where more states will be leaning as they continue evolving as healthcare purchasers. Then we get to work translating authority needs and models into operational practicalities for Alliance members. States are incorporating more and more elements into their public health strategies and the large payers are competing quite effectively for these contracts – how can provider-sponsored and regional plans demonstrate their unique value proposition (and back it up with proof and data)? We will dig into the themes regional payers must infuse into their organizations’ DNA to score as well as the national payers and point out the mistakes PSHPs can make if they don’t mind the gap between the conceptual and the ability to execute operationally:

 

  • Innovative data and analytical approaches that power whole-person care
  • Increased integration of payer, provider, and CBOs
  • Meaningfully incorporating SDoH programs into care plans
  • Use of technology to improve health equity

 

 

Socrates Aguayo
Director, Policy
Unite Us

 

Alexandra Earl
Director of Customer Growth
Unite Us

11:30

Networking lunch – Mt. Rose

 

12:30

Workshops resume

 

 

 

1:30

Afternoon break

 

2:00

Changing our care delivery and payment models to include social and economic factors

Dig in with Alliance member Rachel Krausman as she shares the exciting work ProMedica’s SODH Institute has been doing, including early results from a significant place-based investment in an urban area served by ProMedica. Plus hear about the extensive benchmarking studies they’ve conducted nationwide to get a data-fueled view of what’s working and what’s not when it comes to care model evolutions and building alignment across clinical and non-clinical intervention ecosystems.

 

Depending on where you sit within that ecosystem, you have a different view of the value proposition. A key differentiator for those doing this well is clarity on what you’re measuring, what you’re tracking, and who is getting the benefit of that ROI. In this session Kate shares this plus other lessons learned that will support your team’s efforts to powerfully incorporate SDOH intervention work into your care and engagement models with members, contract methodology with providers, and collaboration efforts with CBOs.

 

Rachel Krausman, Vice President, National Strategy and Partnerships (SDOH), ProMedica

2:30

Case study line up: Enhancing data collection and analytics for health equity

 

Case study 1: Johns Hopkins Healthcare and mPulse Mobile

With the Public Health Emergency (PHE) eventually coming to an end and redetermination on the horizon, plans are beginning to craft outreach programs to update their population’s information. Learn how Priority Partners has sustained updating member information effectively and timely throughout the pandemic: not only have they maintained updated information from their members, they have been able to sustain the member-plan relationship through ongoing outreach strategies. Take learnings from their program while implementing a sustainable outreach program ahead of the end of the PHE and beyond.

 

Case study 2: Sentara Health Plan and NationsBenefits

Dig into how Sentara is using strategic, purposeful engagement models to drive results leveraging two supplemental benefits: Hearing and Post-Discharge Meals fulfilled through NationsBenefits. These engagement models pull in a variety of data sources, use that information to tailor and trigger engagement, and then measures impact and outcomes. Presenters will walk through how they collect and use data to determine critical intervention/engagement triggers, engage in the way and with the messaging and solutions that will most impact the member based on the data, and manage across both Medicare and Medicaid populations.

 

 

 

 

Erin Cassidy
Digital Marketing Manager
Johns Hopkins Healthcare

 

Christian Bagge, Vice President, Digital Engagement Strategy & Development

mPulse Mobile

 

 

 

 

Bill Miller, Medicare Vendor Management

Sentara Health Plans

 

Daniel Weaver, EVP Product Operations and Stars Strategy

NationsBenefits

 

3:30

Case study line up: Using population health data meaningfully across the payer-provider landscape

 

Case study 1: Using virtual care to improve socio-economic variations in health outcomes

Can virtual care change the course of health disparities? Sword Health took a deep dive into the performance of their digital care program with a target focus on measuring improved access and engagement within historically underserved populations. Applying program-based utilization data to Social Deprivation Index (SDI) metrics, meant to quantify levels of disadvantages across small areas, the outcomes are promising. This session will share early findings that prove virtual care models like Sword’s virtual MSK solution can improve population health while delivering equal or improved access and parallel outcomes across varying geographic and socio-economic attributes.

 

Case study 2: Using EHR and Machine Learning to Predict Individuals’ Risk for Colorectal Cancer

It can be costly, complicated, and invasive to screen for CRC, and many populations we serve require a more nuanced approach where screening decisions are based on personalized assessments of cancer risk. Understanding who is at high risk for CRC and prioritizing screenings appropriately is the first step, followed closely by thoughtful outreach and inclusive program design. In this session we explore how a risk model leveraging machine learning can focus attention on those most at risk and empower your teams to engage members in screenings and improve outcomes related to CRC.

 

 

 

 

Kevin Wang
Senior Director of Strategy SWORD Health

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lance Baldo
Chief Medical Officer
Freenome

 

4:30

Day one de-brief and looking ahead to tomorrow

 

Kristin B. Rodriguez
COO, Health Plan Alliance

4:45

Day one adjourns

 

 

6:00

Networking dinner – Liberty Food & Wine Exchange

100 N Sierra St, Reno, NV, 89501

 

Friday, September 23


 

7:30

Networking breakfast – Mt. Rose

 

 

8:30

Welcome back! – WP 1 & 2

 

Kristin B. Rodriguez
COO, Health Plan Alliance

 

8:45

 

 

8:45 – 9:30

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9:30 – 10:15

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Case study line up: Aligning engagement, quality, and health equity initiatives

 

Case study 1: Addressing misgendering across the care continuum
Learn how Samaritan Health Plans has identified the ways in which misgendering across the care continuum introduces trauma in member care, and what they are doing about it. In this case study, Samaritan Health Plan leaders share how they’ve identified opportunities to reduce misgendering trauma. They also share the proactive steps they are taking with partners like their health systems and the community to improve health equity.

 

Case study 2: Designing an inclusive MX roadmap that serves a vibrant and diverse member community

In this case study, Santa Clara Family Health Plan’s COO, Chris Turner, shares the health plan’s intentional work around aligning engagement, quality, and health equity initiatives. From their top-down strategy focused on NCQA accreditation in health equity to their efforts to measure cultural competency in terms of care delivery, SCFHP is out front when it comes to improving the experience and outcomes of all health plan members. Their approach includes high touch efforts, strong partnerships, and thoughtful technology investments. Engage in the discussion to learn how they are moving the needle on quality, equity, and engagement.

 

 

 

 

Melissa Isavoran
AVP, Medicaid Operations
Samaritan Health Plans

 

Gabe Parra
Chief Strategy Officer
Samaritan Health Plans

 

 

 

 

Chris Turner
Chief Operating Officer
Santa Clara Family Health Plan

10:15

Break

 

10:30 – 11:15

Driving collaboration to support health equity

Learn how Sharp Health Plan is developing and implementing a health equity strategy through deep stakeholder collaboration to collect data sets that stratify members, look at social risk, and analyze opportunities to identify inequities, help set priorities, and drive improvement activities. Preview a research initiative drawing on member surveys and community outreach programs to better understand barriers to Diabetes care access. Identify how to take a proactive approach to health equity data collection and understand opportunities to overcome data measurement obstacles

Mariah Santiago, MPH
Coordinator, Health Equity

Sharp Health Plan

 

RaeAnn Grossman
EVP, Operations - Risk Adjustment, Population Health Management, and Quality

Cotiviti

 

 

 

11:15 – 12:00

Panel Discussion: Aligning program design and interventions with long-term population health goals

Monetizing and operationalizing the connection between social determinants of health and clinical outcomes is the key to successfully implementing intervention programs, but it’s easier said than done. In this session we explore the complexity of this connection and health plans share their perspective on how they are redefining often imagined boundaries within their own operations, lines of business, and processes to successfully design, build and implement the programs that support long-term population health goals.

 

Moderator:

 

Patrick Sims, VP of Growth, FoodSmart

 

Panelists:

 

Russ Elbel, AVP Medicaid, SelectHealth

 

Jessica Stockmyer, Manager of Medical Economics, Denver Health Medical Plan

 

 

12:00

Lunch – Mt. Rose

 

 

12:30

 

Poster session small group discussion

Work elbow to elbow with your Health Plan Alliance colleagues during this engaging tabletop exercise. Choose one of three topic areas to dig into:

  • Benefit design innovations
  • Health equity and quality outcomes
  • CX innovations

 

You’ll dig into poster submissions from Alliance member plans and partners – what key takeaways can you workgroup uncover in these written case studies? Hosted by industry experts and moderated by Alliance staff, our tabletop poster sessions are an engaging and efficient way to survey the state of the industry when it comes to the ongoing evolution of “whole person care” and how Alliance member plans are responding. Come prepared to debate, to listen, and to learn. Leave richer with new insights, new connections, and new ideas.

 

 

 

1:30

 

Poster session small group share outs

Alliance members will hear from each tabletop group’s assigned spokesperson: What their group’s key takeaways were and what new ideas they can impart to the whole group. Think of it like the Executive Summary of each break out group’s discussion efforts and a useful elevation of key themes to consider when reading the Poster Flipbook in greater detail once you’re back home. All participants will receive a printed Poster Flipbook to take home with them!

 

We have three collections of poster submissions across three key areas:

  • Benefit design innovations
  • Health equity and quality outcomes
  • CX innovations

 

 

2:15

Wrap up

 

 

2:30

Meeting adjourns

 

Venue

Whitney Peak Hotel
255 N Virginia St
Reno, NV  89501
775.398.5400

The hotel room block expires on August 31, 2022
Our room rate is $139 plus taxes/fees. This rate may be available three days prior and three days after our meeting dates, depending on the hotel's availability. You shoul
d call the reservations department at 775.398.5400 and ask for the Health Plan Alliance (Vizient) room rate or click here to book online. Should you call after the deadline, you will not be guaranteed to receive our group room rate or the hotel may be sold out. Please note that the group block could sell out before this date.

DRESS
Business casual attire is appropriate for the meeting.  Remember that the hotel meeting room temperatures vary, so we recommend that you layer clothing to be comfortable in case the room becomes either hot or cold.

GROUND TRANSPORTATION
Reno-Tahoe International airport is approximately seven minutes away and a $15 Uber/Lyft.  Click here for more details.  

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Documents
9/22/2022

Presentation: Changing our care delivery and payment models to include social and economic factors
Rachel Krausman shares the exciting work ProMedica's SDOH Institute has been doing, including early results from a significant place-based investment in an urban area served by ProMedica. This was shared at the Population Health for Government-Sponsored Health Plans Value Visit in Reno, Nevada.

9/22/2022

Presentation: Case study 1 - Johns Hopkins Healthcare and mPulse Mobile
Johns Hopkins Healthcare and mPulse Mobile present a case study of their sustainable outreach program ahead of the end of PHE and beyond. This was shared at the Population Health for Government-Sponsored Health Plans Value Visit in Reno, Nevada.

9/22/2022

Presentation: Case study 2 - Sentara Health Plan and NationsBenefits
Sentara shares how they are using strategic, purposeful engagement models to drive results leveraging two supplemental benefits: Hearing and Post-Discharge Meals fulfilled through NationsBenefits. This was shared at the Population Health for Government-Sponsored Health Plans Value Visit in Reno, Nevada.

9/22/2022

Presentation: Case study - Using EHR and Machine Learning to Predict Individuals' Risk for Colorectal Cancer
Freenome shares how a risk model leveraging machine learning can focus attention on those most at risk and empower your teams to engage members in screenings and improve outcomes related to CRC. This was shared at the Population Health for Government-Sponsored Health Plans Value Visit in Reno, Nevada.

9/21/2022

2022 Poster Project Book
The Health Plan Alliance 2022 Poster Project offers dedicated poster sessions hosted during three in-person meetings. This book contains the posters and will evolve with the poster discussion notes from each meeting.

9/19/2022

Agenda: Population Health for Government-Sponsored Health Plans
Updated September 19, 2022. Ten member health plan case studies are featured at the Government Programs Value Visit -- all focused on the unique challenges government-sponsored plans face when evolving their approach to population health. Navigating health, wellness, financial stability, and resiliency has never been more difficult for the populations we serve. This environment provides a unique and powerful opportunity for Alliance members serving these populations, but we will also be challenged, particularly when it comes to engaging these populations in their healthcare management. Now more than ever, we must get creative and be bold when it comes to strengthening our place in our communities' healthcare ecosystems. It's time to widen the aperture of our population health lens, invest in new partnerships, and connect with members in ways that matter to them.

6/29/2022

2022 Poster Project Commitment Form
Every HPA member health plan is strongly encouraged to submit a Poster to the Alliance 2022 Poster Project. Choose one of three poster themes for your submission: Product design, Health Equity, or Member Experience. Everyone who participates will be sent a copy of the whole poster collection in a digital Flipbook. It's the easiest way to gather dozens of tactical case studies to support your own team's efforts in these key areas. Plus, earn 50 engagement points for our 2022 Summer Challenge! Complete this commitment form by August 26, 2022 so your team doesn't miss out on this great opportunity.

Attendees

Below is a list of all delegates registered to date for this event

  • Denise Adamson
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • AVP, Business Development at CitiusTech Inc
  • Gabriel Ayerza
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Sr. Director Medicare Strategy and State Programs at Community Health Plan of Washington
  • Stephanie Belue
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Director of Quality Assurance & Risk Management at Alliant Health Plans
  • Traci Biondi
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Chief Medical Officer at Prominence Health Plan
  • Ngoc Bui-Tong
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Vice President, Strategies and Analytics at Santa Clara Family Health Plan
  • Erin Cassidy
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Marketing Manager, Innovations & Research at Johns Hopkins HealthCare
  • Rocio Cortez
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Director of Population Health at CCHP
  • Jessica Dupont
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Vice President of Government Programs at Alliant Health Plans
  • Russ Elbel
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • AVP Medicaid at SelectHealth
  • Barry Gross
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Chief Medical Officer at Piedmont Community Health Plan
  • Dominic Henriques
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Chief Development Officer at Prominence Health Plan
  • Brendan Hodges
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • President/CEO at HealthTeam Advantage
  • Mary Ingram
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Actuarial Services Director at Western Health Advantage
  • Melissa Isavoran
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • AVP - Medicaid Operations at Samaritan Health Plans
  • Patrick Koltz
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Chief Operations Officer at Prominence Health Plan
  • Michele Lehuta
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Government Programs Director at Western Health Advantage
  • Larry Loo
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Chief Executive Officer at CCHP
  • Ola Martin
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Senior Management Engineer at Health Alliance Plan (HAP)
  • Kate McIntosh
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Vice President and Chief Medical Officer at Health New England
  • Gabriel Parra
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Chief Strategy Officer at Samaritan Health Plans
  • Meghann Polevoi
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • D-SNP Program Director at Prominence Health Plan
  • Philip Ramirez
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Chief Compliance Officer at Prominence Health Plan
  • Mariah Santiago
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Health Equity Program Coordinator at Sharp Health Plan
  • Jessica Stockmyer
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Manager of Medical Economics at Denver Health Medical Plan
  • James Troyer
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Director of Medical Management at Alliant Health Plans
  • Christine Turner
  • ALLIANCE MEMBER
  • Chief Operating Officer at Santa Clara Family Health Plan
  • Mike Adelberg
  • SPEAKER
  • Principal and Healthcare Strategy Practice Leader at Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP
  • Christian Bagge
  • SPEAKER
  • VIce President, Member Experience & Engagement at mPulse Mobile
  • Lance Baldo
  • SPEAKER
  • Chief Medical Officer at Freenome
  • RaeAnn Grossman
  • SPEAKER
  • EVP, Risk Adjustment, Quality, & PHM at Cotiviti, Inc.
  • Tim Murray
  • SPEAKER
  • Principal & Senior Consulting Actuary at Wakely Consulting Group
  • Shelley Stevenson
  • SPEAKER
  • Director, Government Programs Practice at Change Healthcare
  • Kevin Wang
  • SPEAKER
  • Senior Director of Strategy at SWORD Health
  • Robert Chhugani
  • SPONSOR
  • Sr. Manager – Consulting Practice at Change Healthcare
  • Evelyn Chojnacki
  • SPONSOR
  • Director, Health Plan Product Strategy at SWORD Health
  • Paula Dahl
  • SPONSOR
  • EVP of Partner Solutions at GA Foods
  • Ray Evans
  • SPONSOR
  • Assistant Vice President of Business Development at CitiusTech Inc
  • Kate Faber
  • SPONSOR
  • Senior Business Development Specialist, Strategic Partner at EyeMed Vision Care
  • Bart Hester
  • SPONSOR
  • RVP, Health Plans at SWORD Health
  • Jake Mead
  • SPONSOR
  • Vice President of Sales at NationsBenefits
  • Bill Power
  • SPONSOR
  • Chief Corporate Development & Strategy Officer at nirvanaHealth
  • Raghu Ramaya
  • SPONSOR
  • SVP of Revenue Growth at nirvanaHealth
  • Keith Roberts
  • SPONSOR
  • Consumerism Practice Director at Change Healthcare
  • Sabino Ruiz
  • SPONSOR
  • Director, Business Development at MDFlow System
  • Mike Sawyer
  • SPONSOR
  • Senior Vice President and Head of Solution Sales at Cotiviti, Inc.
  • Claire Sung
  • SPONSOR
  • National Account Executive at mPulse Mobile
  • Sara Torrence
  • SPONSOR
  • National Enterprise Executive, Health Plan Partnerships at Foodsmart
  • Daniel Weaver
  • SPONSOR
  • EVP of Product Operations & Stars Strategy at NationsBenefits
  • Jason Alford
  • VIRTUAL ATTENDEE - MEMBER
  • Vice President, Sales & Business Development at Health First Health Plans
  • Kiran Biring
  • VIRTUAL ATTENDEE - MEMBER
  • Pharmacy Director at Western Health Advantage
  • Charles Bloom
  • VIRTUAL ATTENDEE - MEMBER
  • Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer at Health Alliance Plan (HAP)
  • Geralynn Boone
  • VIRTUAL ATTENDEE - MEMBER
  • VP Medicare Clinical Programs at Health Partners Plans
  • Kristense Cameron
  • VIRTUAL ATTENDEE - MEMBER
  • Strategic Planning Project Manager at Santa Clara Family Health Plan
  • Angela Choberka
  • VIRTUAL ATTENDEE - MEMBER
  • Member Equity Consultant at SelectHealth
  • Rita Datko
  • VIRTUAL ATTENDEE - MEMBER
  • Chief Financial Officer at Sharp Health Plan
  • Alison Dunton
  • VIRTUAL ATTENDEE - MEMBER
  • Director of Practice Enhancement & Analytics at Aspire Health Plan
  • Lisa Gill
  • VIRTUAL ATTENDEE - MEMBER
  • Director, Clinical Programs Medicare at Health Partners Plans
  • Elizabeth Goff
  • VIRTUAL ATTENDEE - MEMBER
  • Manager - Medicare Project Management at IU Health Plans
  • LaShunda Hooks
  • VIRTUAL ATTENDEE - MEMBER
  • Manager, Risk Adjustment at Santa Clara Family Health Plan
  • Obie Hooper
  • VIRTUAL ATTENDEE - MEMBER
  • QA Clinical Administrator at Alliant Health Plans
  • Katherine Hughan
  • VIRTUAL ATTENDEE - MEMBER
  • Director, Medicare Operations at Western Health Advantage
  • Donna Jennings
  • VIRTUAL ATTENDEE - MEMBER
  • Vice President, Operations at Ochsner Health Plan
  • Kathryn Kossow
  • VIRTUAL ATTENDEE - MEMBER
  • Director of Population Health at Paramount Health Care
  • Rachel Krausman
  • VIRTUAL ATTENDEE - MEMBER
  • Vice President, National Strategy & Partnerships at ProMedica
  • Bill Miller
  • VIRTUAL ATTENDEE - MEMBER
  • Medicare Vendor Management at Sentara Health Plans (Optima)
  • Heather O'Toole
  • VIRTUAL ATTENDEE - MEMBER
  • Chief Medical Officer at SelectHealth
  • Charles Perez
  • VIRTUAL ATTENDEE - MEMBER
  • Manager, Pharmacy Services at CommunityCare
  • Elizabeth Searles
  • VIRTUAL ATTENDEE - MEMBER
  • Executive Director of Population Health at CommunityCare
  • Steve Selinsky
  • VIRTUAL ATTENDEE - MEMBER
  • VP Product Strategy, Medicare Sales and Operations and Community Outreach at Health Alliance Plan (HAP)
  • KATRINA SLAGLE
  • VIRTUAL ATTENDEE - MEMBER
  • Manager, Care Coordination at Piedmont Community Health Plan
  • Kate Sommerfeld
  • VIRTUAL ATTENDEE - MEMBER
  • President, Social Determinants of Health at Paramount Health Care
  • Judy Spear
  • VIRTUAL ATTENDEE - MEMBER
  • Director, Gov't Programs Outreach and Education at Presbyterian Health Plan
  • Karla Tull
  • VIRTUAL ATTENDEE - MEMBER
  • Director Underwriting at CommunityCare
  • Nancy Weber
  • VIRTUAL ATTENDEE - MEMBER
  • Clinical Integration Program Manager at Network Health
  • David Wolf
  • VIRTUAL ATTENDEE - MEMBER
  • Director of Medicare Sales Operations at Health Partners Plans
  • Holly Zorz
  • VIRTUAL ATTENDEE - MEMBER
  • Quality Improvement Team Lead, Medicare at Paramount Health Care
  • Anne Davis
  • VIRTUAL ATTENDEE - SPONSOR
  • VP Government Markets & Strategy at Wellth, Inc.
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