The Center for Health Care Strategies hosts a variety of public and private events addressing best practices and emerging issues in improving quality for low-income populations and people with chronic illnesses and disabilities. Details about select upcoming and recently held events can be found below. You can also download resources from past webinars or meetings.
Upcoming and Recent Events
This webinar will explore Oregon and Rhode Island's successful efforts to develop and implement cross-system data-sharing mechanisms for better oversight and monitoring of psychotropic medication use among children and youth in foster care.
CHCS staff will discussed the findings of a study of Medicaid-contracted pediatric and obstetric practices in fee-for-service or primary care case management delivery systems in Arkansas, Iowa, and Pennsylvania, and the efforts of high-volume practices to improve access and quality.
This webinar highlighted findings of the Children's Faces of Medicaid study and provided on-the-ground perspectives from Georgia and Maryland on how these findings can inform state quality improvement efforts and policy reforms.
This webinar explored emerging Medicaid ACO models, including state trends, best practices, and lessons from the experiences of leading-edge states.
The webinar addressed opportunities for Medicaid stakeholders to partner with correctional systems to facilitate enrollment in coverage and also covered key implementation considerations.
This ninety-minute webinar provided an overview of effective practices that care management entities should consider when working with this population.
This webinar will describe the work and results of this process, which may help other states in their own efforts to determine key measures to track and how to define them.
During this webinar, toolkit authors discussed how to use the pracatical toolkit in developing an ACO model.
This webinar was designed to orient Ryan White HIV/AIDS programs and providers to the changing landscape of 2014.
This webinar offered "how-tos" on agency consent for psychotropic medications for children in foster care, highlighting three state models that rely on medical expertise to inform consent decisions.
This 90-minute webinar will include presentations from two states that have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with CMS for the Financial Alignment Demonstration: Massachusetts, which is building a capitated model, and Washington, which is developing a managed fee-for-service approach.
This webinar will present one new and one established approach to collecting information directly from individuals who receive long-term services and supports, and address policy and operational lessons to inform other state efforts to monitor the quality of care delivered by their programs.
This 90-minute webinar will summarize the King County Care Partners (KCCP) approach, highlight key evaluation findings, and address policy and operational lessons to inform other state care management efforts.
This 90-minute webinar described the innovative care management and integration approach behind Pennsylvania's SMI Innovations regional pilots, highlighted key findings from the program evaluation, and addressed policy and operational lessons to help inform other state care management efforts.
This two hour webinar addressed what CMEs need to consider in adapting services and supports when working with transition-age youth.
This webinar provided an overview of best practice approaches to interactions between care management entities, and judges and the court.