Join your peers, experts in Medicaid and specialists in managed care to learn the latest insights, discover the newest tools and engage in lively discussion about health care reform and the new holistic approach to Medicaid programs.
Discover the most innovative trends in detection and prevention of Medicaid fraud, waste and abuse, and how transferring to managed care will allow your organization to successfully handle increased case loads.
- Accomplish more, faster, with less – maximize limited resources and prevent losses.
- Appreciate the value of social networking analytics and other pillars of the hybrid approach.
- Understand industry crossover techniques like predictive modeling, adopted by health care.
- Discover breakthroughs in fraud detection and prevention.
Tom Arnold, Former Secretary, Agency for Health Care Administration
Lanier Cansler, President of Cansler Collaborative Resources, Inc.
L. Allen Dobson Jr., MD, President and CEO of Community Care of North Carolina
Jim Frogue, partner and co-founder of FrogueClark
Gayle Harrell, Member of the Health Information Technology Policy Committee advising the Office of the National Coordinator
Greg Henderson, Government Practice Principal, Fraud and Financial Crimes Global Practice,
Paula Henderson, Vice President, State and Local Government Practice, SAS
Chris Swecker, Principal, Swecker Enterprises
Fred Volkman, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Select Health of South Carolina
Jill Vovakes, Manager of the Claims, Data and Contracts Section within the Bureau of Program Integrity, Department of Public Welfare, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
SAS Health Care & Life Sciences Executive Conference
You are invited to join us immediately following the Medicaid Managed Care Summit on May 9 – 10 at the 9th Annual SAS Health Care & Life Sciences Executive Conference. This opportunity will allow you to maximize your professional development budget.
Don't miss your chance to hear Don Berwick, former Administrator at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Registration is separate and required for both events.