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Simplified But Not Simple: Tackling Health Reform's Eligibility and Enrollment Challenge


Meeting Description:

Improving enrollment and eligibility systems is a heavy lift, but across the nation, states are developing a vision to advance efficiencies in their processes. State strategies will be varied, but the decision points are the same. How do you determine eligibility using a MAGI methodology and set eligibility system specifications to accommodate new rules? Who is in charge of eligibility decisions – Medicaid or the Exchange; states or counties?  How do you work across programs to enable electronic data exchange to determine eligibility?

 

In the almost two years since the passage of the Affordable Care Act, the vision for a simplified, seamless eligibility and enrollment system across Medicaid, CHIP, exchanges and basic health program has been made clear. Yet, the complexities that come with simplification have also become apparent.  Even as states await final proposed rules, many are moving forward in search of solutions.

 

This webinar will size up state progress on updating eligibility systems and profile the strategies of three early adopters. Presenters will help states identify key decision points and how to get started on tackling these challenges.

 

Has your state begun to develop new eligibility policies, systems and processes? Don’t let that work go uncounted! Submit documents and comments that show your state’s progress, and webinar presenter Alan Weil may highlight your work on the webinar.  Start by finding your state here!
Details
Date: Thu, Feb 9, 2012
Time: 02:30 PM EST
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Host(s): Amanda Richardson
 Presenter Information
Alan Weil
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 Executive Director, National Academy for State Health Policy

Alice Weiss
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 Co-Director, Maximizing Enrollment

Judith Arnold
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Director, Division of Coverage and Rollment, New York Department of Health

Manu Tandon
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 Secretariat Chief Information Officer, Massachusetts Health and Human Services

Tracy Turner
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Applications and Operational Support Manager, Oklahoma Health Care Authority