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This session will discuss whether or not population health interventions can help state Medicaid Programs, as well as serving as a vehicle to integrate mental health interventions into mainstream medicine.

Among other topics, the speakers will:

  • Focus on how state Medicaid programs are utilizing case management and other population health management interventions to improve clinical and financial outcomes.
  • Touch base on how to best implement meaningful population health programs where federal, state and local agencies often need to fund, pay for and coordinate care together.
  • Highlight key activities occurring in the State of Missouri, including its medical home and managed care initiatives to integrated care to Missourians who are enrolled in Medicaid.
  • Offer some key public policy, legal and operational observations about how Medicaid has evolved in the past and where it is heading into the future.


Cliff Barnes, Member, Epstein Becker Green


Joe Parks, MD, Director, Missouri HealthNet, a Division of the Missouri Department of Social Services

If you have questions regarding this event, please contact Whitney Krebs at (202) 861-0900, or

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