December 11, 2018 | Webinar
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Date and Time: December 11, 2018, 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm ET (1:00 pm – 2:00 pm PT)
Medicaid agencies and managed care organizations (MCOs) are increasingly recognizing the value of addressing beneficiaries’ social determinants of health (SDOH). In this Association for Community Affiliated Plans (ACAP) webinar, the Center for Health Care Strategies (CHCS) will present findings from its nationwide review of Medicaid managed care contracts and § 1115 demonstrations. CHCS will outline how states are using these contracts and § 1115 demonstrations to require or incentivize SDOH-related activities through care coordination and management, quality assessment and performance improvement, additional services, MCO payment incentives, and value-based payment. CHCS will also present recommendations for federal policymakers to help plans and states design innovative strategies to address Medicaid beneficiaries’ SDOH.
The webinar is based on a forthcoming ACAP report authored by CHCS, Addressing Social Determinants of Health via Medicaid Managed Care Contracts and § 1115 Demonstrations, that examines Medicaid managed care contracts or requests for proposals in 40 states in addition to 25 approved § 1115 demonstrations.
Health care policymakers, state officials, health plans, and other interested stakeholders are invited to join this 60-minute event.
I. Welcome and Introduction
Speaker: Jennifer McGuigan Babcock, Vice President for Medicaid Policy and Director of Strategic Operations, ACAP
J. Babcock will provide an overview of the project and the upcoming report, noting ACAP’s priorities for this inventory.
II. Findings and Recommendations
Speakers: Tricia McGinnis, Senior Vice President, CHCS; Diana Crumley, Program Officer, CHCS
T. McGinnis and D. Crumley will discuss select findings in the upcoming report, providing examples of requirements and incentives in contracts and § 1115 demonstrations in two categories: (1) systems and partnerships and (2) authority and funding. CHCS will provide an overview of requirements and incentives related to care coordination and management, quality assessment and performance improvement, additional services, MCO payment incentives, and value-based payment. CHCS will also outline recommendations for federal policymakers.
III. ACAP Member Reactor
Speaker: Anne Kanyusik Yoakum, Chief Executive Officer, Hennepin Health
A. Kanyusik Yoakum, Chief Executive Officer at Hennepin Health in Minnesota, will reflect on the findings and share how SDOH is being addressed for Hennepin’s population.