The 4th Annual Care Coordination Innovations event was a huge success for these key reasons:

  • 13 Health Plans present new and innovative care solutions that meet the needs of Medicaid, Medicare and Duals plans serving vulnerable populations
  • 14 Unique Case Studies showcase person-centered care strategies and models that reduce ED visits and readmissions and ease care transitions
  • Unmatched networking with leading solutions providers
  • Single Track Programming--There are no break-outs or tracks to detract from a unifying learning and sharing experience
  • Meet and learn from industry peers. Our 4 th Annual event promises to be the best yet!

This conference features perspectives from 13 health plans, including UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Arizona, Tufts Health Plan, Geisinger Health Plan, CenCal Health, CareSource, CareOregon, Trusted Health Plan, Gateway Health, Network Health, BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, Optima Health, Genesee Health Plan, and Maryland Health Care Commission.

14 Don’t Miss Case Studies Include: ...


  • UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Arizona addressed the impact of social determinants of health on outcomes, and looks at how the culture of poverty affects care delivery models
  • CareSource closed quality care gaps, identifying barriers to care and developing strategies, programs, and community partnerships to improve quality of life for vulnerable populations 
  • CenCal Health collaborated locally to improve health outcomes among the homeless and break a costly ED Re-Admit cycle
  • Geisinger Health Plan adopted a Community Health Worker model, integrated CHW's to the Care team, and examined the impact of CHW intervention on ED utilization
  • Gateway Health established innovative approaches to promote engagement for members with different needs, focusing on their MOM Matters® Program
  • Trusted Health Plan developed an innovative high touch, face to face Integrated Care Transition program to enhance members follow-up care, improve compliance with treatment plans, and help members understand their condition and the benefits available to them
  • CareOregon leveraged data, technology, and a multi-pronged approach to target care coordination efforts  
  • Tufts Health Plan created targeted interventions to improve clinical outcomes while reducing avoidable cost and utilization
  • Optima Health developed a population health model of care, identifying populations with unmet clinical needs and accelerating time to optimal outcomes
  • BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee established a Patient Centered Medical Home model, connecting members with providers and specialists that meet their needs
  • Genesee Health Plan developed a School-Based Services Integration Model to build student and family-centered care coordination, improve access to care and connect 
  • Trusted Health Plan took a value-added approach to opioid addiction, partnering with providers to identify misuse, reduce opioid prescribing, and treating opioid use disorder as a chronic condition
  • Network Health leveraged Medication Therapy Management to close gaps in care and improve medication adherence
  • Maryland Health Care Commission determined best practices for implementing and advancing care management in ambulatory care practices


2019 Speakers:
UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Arizona

Joseph G. Gaudio, C.P.A.

CEO
Genesee Health Plan

Jim Milanowski

President and CEO
Trusted Health Plan

Karyn Wills, M.D.

Chief Medical Officer
Geisinger Health Plan

Stacey Staudenmeier, MSW, LSW, MHA

Associate Vice President of Behavioral Health and Health Choices
Tufts Health Plan

Denise Kress M.S., APN, BC, CHIE

Gerontological Nurse Practitioner
Vice President, Senior Products Clinical Strategy
CareSource

Tonya Perry

Associate Vice President, Integrated Care
CareSource

Amy Riegel

Director, JobConnect OH
CenCal Health

Camilla Lettini, LCSW

Medical Social Worker
CenCal Health

Robert Janeway

Provider Contracts Manager
Optima Health

Cindy Colligan, RN, BSN, MBA, CCM

Vice President, Clinical Care Services, Government Programs (Retired)
Gateway Health

Shelley L. Grimm, BSN, MBA

Manager, Program Development
Gateway Health

Cheryl L. Holtzman

Manager, Perinatal Case Management, Clinical Operations
Maryland Health Care Commission

Melanie Cavaliere

Chief of Innovative Care Delivery
CareOregon

Karissa Smith, LPC, CADC I

Director, Care Coordination
CareOregon

Summer Sweet

Triage and Data Integration Manager of Population Health
BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee

Julie Scott RN, MSN

PCMH – Nurse Supervisor, Quality Care Partnership
BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee

Ashley N. Davis, MSN, RN

PCMH Nurse Supervisor – East Region
Trusted Health Plan

Jose Diaz-Luna, PharmD, RPh

Corporate Director of Pharmacy
Network Health

Gary Melis R.Ph.

Clinical Pharmacist
Decision Point Healthcare Solutions

Saeed Aminzadeh

Chief Executive Officer
CipherHealth

Elizabeth Langone

Vice President of Government Programs
Signify Health

Joseph Jasser, MD

Chief Medical Officer
Our Partners
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  • Patient-Centered Models for Medicaid, Medicare and Dual Eligibles that Ensure Continuity of Care Across Settings for Improved Outcomes
  • Patient-Centered Models for Medicaid, Medicare and Dual Eligibles that Ensure Continuity of Care Across Settings for Improved Outcomes
  • Patient-Centered Models for Medicaid, Medicare and Dual Eligibles that Ensure Continuity of Care Across Settings for Improved Outcomes
  • Patient-Centered Models for Medicaid, Medicare and Dual Eligibles that Ensure Continuity of Care Across Settings for Improved Outcomes
  • Patient-Centered Models for Medicaid, Medicare and Dual Eligibles that Ensure Continuity of Care Across Settings for Improved Outcomes
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Who Should Attend:

Chief Medical Officers and Medical Directors of Health Plans, Providers, and ACO's and Vice Presidents, Directors, and Managers of:

  • Care Management
  • Case Management
  • Utilization Management
  • Health Services
  • Clinical Services
  • Clinical Partnerships
  • Clinical Operations
  • Network Development
  • Chronic Care
  • Transitional Care
  • Integrated Care
  • Population Health
  • Behavioral Health
  • Medical Management
  • Government Programs