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Wednesday, March 20 • 8:00am - 8:45am
States of Implementation Roundtable 8: APIs and Medicaid - A multi-sector approach to compliance

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The Medicaid Technology Alliance will lead a discussion of the use of open APIs to gain efficiencies in the Medicaid technology ecosystem and comply with the recent CMS proposed rule on interoperability. MTA will present their white paper on how the implementation of a standard for data communication and the use of non-proprietary APIs is a foundational first step in the journey to an outcomes-based Medicaid landscape. MTA, in partnership with CMS and MiHIN, will also provide a proof of concept demo that shows the utility of open APIs in pulling together relevant beneficiary data from diverse data sources.

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Ryan Howells

MTA, and Project Poplin, Leavitt Partners
Ryan Howells is a Principal at Leavitt Partners. Ryan’s work with clients is focused on the competencies required of risk-bearing entities transitioning to the value-based economy and how the implementation of technology can improve the triple aim. Ryan has over 20+ years’ experience... Read More →

Lloyd Fisher

Software Architect, Wellcare Health Plans

Jeff Strand

Business Architect, DXC

Kelly Taylor

Product Manager of Blue Button 2.0, US Digital Service, The White House

Wednesday March 20, 2019 8:00am - 8:45am PDT
Key Ballroom 7-8 (2nd Floor)