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Wednesday, March 20 • 10:00am - 11:00am
Track 1: INDUSTRY SESSION - Perspectives on How States are Navigating the Lifecycle of Modular Modernization

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From planning to procurement, engineering to implementation, State Medicaid departments across the country are in different phases of system modularity and modernization. Hear directly from State Leaders, as CNSI brings together this lively roundtable to discuss where they are at in the process, where they are going, and what has made them successful. Attendees will also hear how modularity and modernization differ by state, procurement method, and governance model. Whether your organization is just beginning to address modularity, is mid-cycle, or has an established program, you won’t want to miss this insightful and timely conversation. States invited to participate include Michigan, Illinois, Utah, Washington, Arizona, and Texas.

Moderators
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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 →

Speakers
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Karen Scott

Director, MMIS Michigan Department of Health and Human, State of Michigan
Karen Scott has over 15 years of experience working in various Michigan MMIS system analyst and team lead roles during design, development, and implementation of CHAMPS (Community Health Automated Medicaid Processing System) which has been in operation since September 2009. Accomplishments... Read More →
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Cathie Ott

Director, ProviderOne Operations and Services, State of Washington
As the director of the Division of ProviderOne Operations and Services, Cathie leads a team responsible for providing a secure and reliable Medicaid payment system with high availability and reliability to internal users. ProviderOne must pay Medicaid providers on time and accurately... Read More →
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Jason Stewart

Director, MMIS and Project Management Office, State of Utah
Jason Stewart is the Project Management Office Director for the State of Utah MMIS replacement project. Jason has 20 plus years of experience in information technology. Prior to working for the State of Utah, Jason worked in practice management software development for Dentrix Dental... Read More →



Wednesday March 20, 2019 10:00am - 11:00am
Key Ballroom 12 (2nd Floor)

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