Medicaid Health Plans of America (MHPA) kicks off its fifth annual meeting as the nation is poised to start the challenging and painstaking work of reforming its health care system. During this two-day, action-packed meeting, "Advancing Health Reform through Medicaid Innovation," MHPA will provide the perfect opportunity to address the challenges ahead as the health policy debate continues to take center stage. By gathering a wide variety of experts — health care policy officials, clinicians, politicians and business leaders — we will discuss how various plans and proposals will affect disadvantaged youths and Americans with special needs and how Medicaid managed care plans are responding.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Health Care Reform
  • Medicaid Reform & Trends
  • Special Needs Plans
  • Best Practices
  • Medicaid Expansion
  • Technology and e-Prescribing
  • State Policy issues
  • Pay for Performance
  • Compliance
  • Pharmacy Programs

Epstein Becker Green attorney Clifford E. Barnes will give a presentation entitled "Compliance Review 2009."

For more information about the meeting and to register, click here.

Event Detail

The Fairmont Hotel, Washington
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