About the Webinar

The recent pandemic has changed the Medicaid landscape enormously. As per KFF, medicaid enrollment has increased by more than five million individuals in just seven months of the pandemic. It has forced state medicaid agencies to actively explore new approaches to manage performance of medicaid managed care organizations (MCOs) and providers. An increased emphasis has been on quality measures, care delivery methodology and effective use of information technology.

In this session, our healthcare experts deep-dive into medicaid healthcare delivery and outline focus areas for providers to improve contract performance, increase physician engagement and use data for improved population health.

You will learn

  • How can organizations utilize data-driven insights to improve contract performance, quality outcomes overall population health?
  • How can providers utilize point-of-care insights and better workflows to effectively manage complex-need patients?
  • How can organizations ensure interoperability and closed-loop referrals with community-based resources?
  • How can organizations optimize practice efficiency with effective physician engagement tools?
  • Evolving strategies to manage drivers of financial performance such as risk, quality, cost, and utilization
  • Use of technology to bridge gaps for a data-powered future

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About the Webinar

The recent pandemic has changed the Medicaid landscape enormously. As per KFF, medicaid enrollment has increased by more than five million individuals in just seven months of the pandemic. It has forced state medicaid agencies to actively explore new approaches to manage performance of medicaid managed care organizations (MCOs) and providers. An increased emphasis has been on quality measures, care delivery methodology and effective use of information technology.

In this session, our healthcare experts deep-dive into medicaid healthcare delivery and outline focus areas for providers to improve contract performance, increase physician engagement and use data for improved population health.

You will learn

  • How can organizations utilize data-driven insights to improve contract performance, quality outcomes overall population health?
  • How can providers utilize point-of-care insights and better workflows to effectively manage complex-need patients?
  • How can organizations ensure interoperability and closed-loop referrals with community-based resources?
  • How can organizations optimize practice efficiency with effective physician engagement tools?
  • Evolving strategies to manage drivers of financial performance such as risk, quality, cost, and utilization
  • Use of technology to bridge gaps for a data-powered future

About the Presenters

David Nace MD
David Nace MD
Chief Medical Officer at Innovaccer, Former VP & CMO at Aetna, & Former VP at McKesson

Dr. David Nace is the Chief Medical Officer at Innovaccer where its category creating healthcare data activation platform is on a mission to organize healthcare information and make it accessible, useful, and actionable. Dr. Nace has over 25 years of executive management experience in large healthcare systems, payer health plans, and leading healthcare provider and health information technology organizations. With strong collaborative and cross-functional leadership skills, he previously served as SVP, CMO with United Health Group and VP, CMO with Aetna, and CMO at McKesson. Dr. Nace earned his medical degree from the University of Pittsburgh.

Alisha Fehrenbacher
Alisha Fehrenbacher
FACHE, Chief Executive Officer, Elevate Health

Alisha is the founding Chief Executive Officer for Elevate Health (aka: Pierce County ACH), an organization that convenes and guides county-wide efforts to achieve the Quadruple Aim: better health, better care, lower costs, and improved patient and provider experience. She is also the founding President of OnePierce, a community fund. She also served as an executive at St. Charles Health System in Oregon to help refine the framework for strategic thinking and decision-making for a regional health system, executed strategic transformative and population health improvement initiatives, provided oversight of the system’s community benefit and wellness departments and participated in the design and implementation of value-based payment contracting. Alisha served on the board of directors and as the board president for a tri-county community health center for several years, supporting access and alternative payment models to address social determinants of health. She holds a Master’s degree in Health Administration and Geriatric Health, both from A.T. Still University, a national leader in graduate, medical and dental education addressing whole-person care health for providers and healthcare professionals. She participated in the American Hospital Association’s Health Care System Transformation Fellowship in 2012 and is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives, the nation’s leading professional society for healthcare leaders.