Addressing Social Determinants of Health: SDOH in Medicaid Managed Care

      
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Addressing Social Determinants of Health: SDOH in Medicaid Managed Care 
 
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Overview
With mounting evidence demonstrating the influence of nonclinical and social factors—such as unstable housing, food insecurity and interpersonal violence—on health outcomes and healthcare costs, social determinants of health (SDOH) have edged into the mainstream. State Medicaid agencies and other stakeholders are driving the SDOH evolution from theory to practice. Recognizing that solving the healthcare problem starts with attacking its root causes, they are increasingly developing innovative strategies to address Medicaid enrollees’ SDOH-related needs and crafting sustainable funding solutions.

Manatt Health will review the role that Medicaid agencies and Medicaid managed care plans are playing in testing SDOH-related interventions and integrating them into their healthcare delivery system—creating a platform for “whole person” care that seamlessly addresses individual physical, behavioral and social needs.

Please join us on Tuesday, December 11, 2018, at 1 PM Eastern as Manatt Health's Melinda Dutton, Cindy Mann, Jocelyn Guyer and Elizabeth Osius present their insights, perspectives and findings regarding applying SDOH in the Medicaid managed care arena, in the HealthcareWebSummit event: Addressing Social Determinants of Health: SDOH in Medicaid Managed Care.
Learning Objectives

After attending this webinar, attendees will be able to:

  1. Determine what are Social Determinants of Health, and why do they matter?
  2. Consider the emerging business case for SDOH
  3. Explore next generation approaches to integrating SDOH into care delivery
  4. Examine state examples in identifying and managing the social needs of beneficiaries
  5. Ascertain how to build a network of community based organizations to address SDOH
  6. Identify strategies for sustainable investments in social interventions
  7. Understand how to evaluating the effectiveness of SDOH interventions on outcomes/costs
  8. Engage in interactive learning through online question submission, attendee feedback and opportunity for follow up questions, and networking with attendees, faculty and other professionals through dedicated LinkedIn group
Who Should Attend

Interested attendees would include:

  • C-Suite Executives
  • Medicaid Program Executives and Staff
  • SDOH Program Executives and Staff
  • Policy, Legal and Regulatory Affairs Executives and Staff
  • Population Health Executives
  • Medical Directors
  • Care and Quality Management Executives and Staff
  • Planning and Strategic Executives and Staff
  • Business Intelligence Staff
  • Other Interested Parties

Attendees would represent organizations including:

  • Health Plans
  • Provider Networks
  • Hospitals and Health Systems
  • Care Management Organizations
  • Government Agencies
  • Life Sciences Organizations
  • Solutions Providers
  • Associations, Institutes and Research Organizations
  • Media
  • Other Interested Organizations
Registration
  Individual Registration Fee: $195. Post-event materials, with video of slides synchronized with speaker audio, plus presentation pdf file: $45 for attendees; $260 for non-attendees after the event. Register online or download the event flyer.
 
 
 
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Faculty
 
Melinda Dutton

Melinda Dutton
Partner
Manatt Health

   
With extensive public health insurance program and healthcare safety net experience, Melinda Dutton helps clients—including state governments, provider groups and foundations—navigate the legal, regulatory and political challenges of the Affordable Care Act and programs such as Medicaid and CHIP.

With her robust experience in Medicaid, CHIP, marketplaces, delivery system transformation and payment reform, healthcare reform implementation is a significant focus of Melinda’s practice.

A frequent coauthor and panelist on emerging trends in the field, Melinda also has served as a guest lecturer for health law and policy courses at colleges and universities, including New York University School of Law, Columbia Law School and New York Medical College. She was practitioner-in-residence at Saint Louis University School of Law.

Prior to joining Manatt, Melinda worked at the Children’s Defense Fund in New York. There, she helped develop and secure legislation expanding publicly funded health insurance programs for children. Her career in legal advocacy started in Brooklyn, where she helped establish a health law practice serving the borough’s low-income population.


 
Cindy Mann

Cindy Mann
Partner
Manatt Health

   
With more than 30 years of experience in federal and state health policy, Cindy Mann works with clients to develop and implement strategies around federal and state health reform, Medicaid, the Children’s Health Insurance Program, and delivery and payment system transformation. Her clients include states, providers, plans, consumer organizations and foundations.

Before joining Manatt, Cindy was with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. There, she served as deputy administrator and director of the Center for Medicaid and CHIP Services. Cindy led the administration of Medicaid, CHIP and the Basic Health Program for more than five years during the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. She set federal policy, supported state program operations, and coordinated policy and program operations with the Marketplace.

Cindy also developed and executed national policies and initiatives regarding long-term services and supports, as well as broader delivery system and payment system reform. Prior to her appointment at CMS, Cindy was a research professor at the Georgetown University Health Policy Institute. There, she was the founder and director of the Center for Children and Families, focusing on health coverage, financing and access issues affecting low-income populations.

Previously, Cindy was a senior advisor at the Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured. She also was director of the Family and Children’s Health Program group at the Health Care Financing Administration, now CMS.

Cindy joined the HCFA from the Center on Budget and Public Policy, where she directed the center’s federal and state health policy work. Previously, she worked on these issues in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New York.


 
Jocelyn Guyer

Jocelyn Guyer
Managing Director
Manatt Health

   
Jocelyn Guyer provides policy analysis, strategic advice and technical support to states, foundations and a range of clients on the successful implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), delivery system reform, Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP).

With decades of health policy work, Jocelyn possesses a nuanced perspective on delivery system reform, coverage and eligibility issues, and IT systems. She has served as an advisor to the National Academy for State Health Policy and the American Academy of Pediatrics, among others.

Prior to joining Manatt, Jocelyn was a founding member and coexecutive director of the Center for Children and Families, a health policy center at Georgetown University. She provided advice to national policymakers and advocates on health policy and safety net programs.

Jocelyn managed CCF's review of federal health reform regulations and its annual 50-state survey on Medicaid and CHIP eligibility rules. During her tenure as a senior researcher at Georgetown University, Jocelyn helped Maryland implement the ACA and establish its marketplace.

As an associate director with the Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured, Jocelyn analyzed issues in healthcare for vulnerable Americans, including Medicaid waivers, the implications of the Medicare Part D drug benefit for impoverished seniors and people with disabilities, and the expected impact of transforming the financing of Medicaid.

At the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, Jocelyn assisted states and advocates with implementing family-based coverage expansions, advised congressional offices on creation of CHIP initiatives, and designed policy initiatives to link Medicaid and other social supports. She also served as a legislative research assistant to the late Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D-NY).

Throughout her career Jocelyn has been a speaker at national gatherings of state officials, provider organizations, advocacy groups and foundations. She has presented to members of Congress, as well as state and local officials, on the future of children's coverage, transforming Medicaid and implementing federal health reform.


 
Elizabeth Osius

Elizabeth Osius
 Senior Manager
Manatt Health

   
Elizabeth (Liz) Osius is a senior manager with Manatt Health, an interdisciplinary policy and business advisory division of Manatt. Liz provides policy analysis, strategic advice and project management to a wide array of healthcare clients, including federal and state governmental agencies, payers, providers and other stakeholders such as foundations, health program vendors, and associations.

Liz has particular experience across public health insurance programs, including Medicaid, the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) and the Health Insurance Marketplaces, and frequently provides technical assistance to clients navigating implementation of the Affordable Care Act.

Prior to joining Manatt, Liz was a program analyst within the Office of Evaluation and Inspections (OEI) of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services’ (HHS) Office of Inspector General (OIG). While there, Liz conducted evaluations on the effectiveness and efficiency of the Medicare appeals system and was recognized with an Exceptional Achievement Award for identifying significant cost savings in Medicare payments to skilled nursing facilities.

Before OIG, Liz was a policy analyst with the National Academy for State Health Policy, where she provided technical assistance to CHIP directors on emerging policy issues, helped to inform state policymaking as it pertains to community health centers and the safety net, and authored reports on a range of children’s and adolescents’ health policy topics.

 
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