Medicaid is the single largest source of health coverage in the U.S. Now more than ever before, states are relying heavily on managed care organizations to serve their Medicaid beneficiaries to improve the quality of care delivered and control costs. Managed care plays a key role in the delivery of health care to Medicaid enrollees. With 69% of Medicaid beneficiaries enrolled in comprehensive managed care plans nationally, Medicaid leaders, health plans and managed care organizations play a critical role in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and in the fiscal implications for states.
Bringing together Medicaid leaders from states and health plans, as well as government leaders and policymakers, this summit will address the most pressing issues facing state Medicaid managed care. You will learn about national trends and innovative programs to best serve the growing Medicaid population; current federal and state policies and regulations; how states are addressing COVID-19; integrating behavioral health; the use of telehealth; partnering with community providers; social determinants of health; advancing primary care innovation; data and analytics; value-based payments; health equity and much more.