Live Webinar

Make smarter, faster decisions in Medicaid management

Powerful analytics, combined with modernized systems, can provide better outcomes for patients and providers

Feb. 16 • 1 p.m. ET • Cost: Complimentary

About the webinar

Millions of Americans and their families rely on Medicaid for health services and support.

Nearly two years into the pandemic, Medicaid agencies continue to serve more with less.

Nationally, we saw a 15% increase in Medicaid enrollment to over 80 million since February 2020.

States recognize they must focus on buying health, not more health care services, for long-term sustainability.

For many states, achieving Medicaid delivery system reform means improving data analytic capacity.

This SAS webinar will take a fresh look at how analytics helps leading Medicaid agencies make the rapid, data-driven decisions needed to manage increasingly complex programs.

Why attend?

  • Learn how a modernized Medicaid Enterprise System creates remarkable speed and efficiency in accessing data.
  • Access operational and outcomes-based reporting to better meet members' needs.
  • Improve your advanced analytics for key insight into programmatic decisions.

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About the Experts


Brandon Greife
Principal Industry Consultant, SAS

Brandon Greife is a consultant in the State and Local Government business unit at SAS. He works with states to use data and analytics to make their citizens and budgets healthier. Specifically, he has advised on projects to improve population health, shift to value-based purchasing, address the opioid epidemic, enhance child welfare systems, and break down barriers between mental and physical health.
 


Heather Kirby
Director, Office of Research and Data Analysis
South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services

Heather Kirby leads a team responsible for research activities, data analyses and reporting for the South Carolina Medicaid program. She has 21 years of experience in analysis of Medicaid and other public-health related data and policy.