Adventures in Change: Navigating the Affordable Care Act’s Effect on Medicaid Coordination of Benefits

Dec. 7, 2016
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) changed the landscape of Medicaid eligibility and enrollment, forcing Medicaid agencies and health plans to reexamine how to best maximize funding sources to provide care for new populations. Six years after the ACA’s implementation, Medicaid programs still face a dynamic environment in ensuring Medicaid remains the payer of last resort.

Based on this popular MHPA2016 breakout session and new research including both the perspectives of Medicaid MCOs and Medicaid consultants, join us for:

Adventures in Change

Navigating the Affordable Care Act’s Effect on Medicaid Coordination of Benefits

Presenters: Kristen Ballantine, HMS Vice President, Government Relations AND Frank Mincieli, HMS Senior Director, Enterprise Data Quality

This webinar will address:

  • How Medicaid expansion demographic changes effect coordination of benefits activities, including demographics and the employer market
  • The impact of data sharing initiatives on Medicaid coordination of benefits efforts
  • How legislation such as state-level Deficit Reduction Acts provide Medicaid plans more data access and savings opportunities
  • Best practices in coordination of benefits post the ACA
  • How the 2016 CMS Medicaid Managed Care rule will impact the way plans share data and coordinate benefits
Replay Webinar Recording