Please join us for a special live webinar program on Thursday, April 25 from 2:00p.m. – 3:15p.m Eastern, titled Medicaid Delivery and Payment Reform: Experience of MA and NY Community Health Centers.
The webcast will feature policy experts from the Department of Health Policy at Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University, Viaduct Consulting, Community Health Care Association of New York State and Massachusetts League of Community Health who will offer findings from a recent in-depth study of Medicaid delivery system and payment reform demonstrations in New York and Massachusetts, focused on community health center and primary care association participation, experience and leadership. The speakers will provide insights for other states and national policymakers involved in the effort to attain deep and lasting health care delivery transformation. This webinar will provide an overview of MA and NY Medicaid Delivery and Payment Reform (DSRIP) goals, focused on community health center and primary care association participation, experience and leadership.
Register for the free webinar, offered in conjunction with our partners at Clinical Directors Network, here. CE credit is available for this session. Note that the webinar will be recorded and archived so that you may listen to it at a later date if you are unable to participate.
Read the full study, Community Health Centers and Medicaid Delivery and Payment Reform: A Closer Look at Massachusetts and New York, conducted by Sara Rosenbaum (Geiger Gibson/RCHN Community Health Foundation Research Collaborative) and Vikki Wachino (Viaduct Consulting) here.
As always, our objective is to advance the dialogue on the critical importance of community health centers in a changing healthcare landscape, and to support CHC-related research and programming. We anticipate having ample time for discussion and look forward to your comments, questions and observations. I hope that you will find this presentation enlightening and useful, and look forward to your participation and comments.