Medicaid managed care serves a vulnerable member segment of people who experience psychosocial challenges that are difficult to manage for a multitude of reasons. Combined factors include poverty level, living in foster care, government subsidized housing, homelessness and housing instability; as well as intellectually and/or developmentally disabled, substance use addictions and dependencies (OUD/SUD) and LGBTQ individuals experiencing unique societal challenges.
Join us for an educational session with GoMo Health’s Chief Behavioral Technologist & CEO, Bob Gold, that will feature case studies of how organizations around the country have united with managed care to deliver an integrated engagement hub in collaboration with various agencies including social services, community and faith-based organizations, law enforcement, and healthcare providers to better serve Medicaid populations. Learn how these programs have resulted in reduced costs, improved outcomes and satisfaction and increased case management/care coordinator utilization and productivity. Programs also boast improved retention and care plan adherence, developing resiliency amongst the people served.
Key Learning Objectives
- Increase Access: How Medicaid managed care organizations can develop integrated hubs for their enrollees to expand access to care and community-based services.
- Case/Care Coordination Approach: How to better empower your case and care coordination teams and provide them with the resources, collaboration, and data to more efficiently and cost effectively impact member lives.
- Competitive State Bids: How to better position your state bid with a more integrated strategic and partnership approach to population management that addresses social, environmental, behavioral and physical challenges.
Who Should Attend?
- Strategy, Business Development, Partnerships
- Case Management and Care Coordination
- Clinical Leadership
- Government Relations