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Tuesday, March 19 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
MTI Roundtable 1 (Non-Vendor Attendees ONLY): MCO Contracting to Drive Health Information Technology Adoption and Improve Population Health Outcomes

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During this highly interactive roundtable, participants will hear and share practical advice on driving HIT adoption and improving population health outcomes through MCO contracting. MCO contracting is evolving to require improvements in health outcomes which are often linked to value-based contracting strategies. A key component to improving health outcomes includes having timely, accurate, and complete information available at the point of care. This information includes traditional health information but increasingly includes information related to social determinants of health which stand to greatly impact overall health.



Speakers
avatar for Jared Duzan, CFE

Jared Duzan, CFE

Principal, Myers and Stauffer
For more than 21 years at Myers and Stauffer, Jared has provided rate setting, auditing, and consulting services to state Medicaid agencies and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Jared’s experience includes quality and efficiency studies, reimbursement system... Read More →
avatar for Kelly Gonzalez

Kelly Gonzalez

Director, Myers and Stauffer
Ms. Gonzalez serves as the Director of Health IT Strategy and Innovation practice area. She leads the consulting services area that develop strategies and tactical plans states use to develop, fund, enhance, and assess their health information technology infrastructure, policy framework... Read More →
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Megan Wyatt

Senior Manager, Myers and Stauffer
Ms. Wyatt has experience in state government in the areas of policy and fiscal analysis, program management and oversight, budgeting, and contract review. She has extensive knowledge of Medicaid in the area of managed care and provider reimbursement including Medicaid managed care... Read More →


Tuesday March 19, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Chase (3rd Floor)

Attendees (25)