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How Medicaid Health Plans Can Build Collaborative Models to Address the National Maternal and Infant Health Emergency

Wednesday, February 21, 2024 | 2 p.m. ET


The U.S. is facing a maternal and infant health emergency. Despite renewed commitments from healthcare stakeholders to stem the tide, no one entity has significantly had impact. With 40% of births in America covered by Medicaid, MHPA members play a vital leadership role. Join us for a robust discussion on how collaborative models have the potential to dramatically impact preventable maternal health risks and death, reduce preventable preterm birth, and close the health equity gap for every family. The webinar will address challenges that are driving the current maternal and infant health crisis, feature a discussion on common barriers to collaboration, and include examples of how policymakers, providers, payers, partners, and non-profits are working together to drive sustainable change.

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Sharing the Care: The Path to Better Outcomes

Wednesday, January 24, 2024 | 2 p.m. ET


Every human has a health resource community composed of a multitude of people - doctors, case managers, providers, families, and brokers. When these people are unaffiliated and operating in silos, it makes the experience of care fragmented. Integrated care requires a single source of truth where all members of a community can benchmark their decisions and actions to create a more concordant care experience. By utilizing health resource community orchestration to support clinical integration and data sharing, organizations can provide better, more person-centered care and improve outcomes for the individuals they support. During this webinar, presenters will share data and case studies from PHP, a provider-led managed care organization that is governed by providers who support people with developmental disabilities dually eligible for Medicaid and Medicare. Presenters will also discuss how artificial intelligence can be used to support integrated care by simplifying the risk stratification process.

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