Medicaid IT Reform, Exploring New Models for IT Procurement
The ACA, state modernization efforts, budget, technology advances – are all critical factors shaping, and in some cases forcing states to consider new ways to procure health care information technology. This session will explore the critical issues that federal and state leaders are grappling with as they look to adopt new technologies, fund extensive infrastructure needs, and improve procurement processes to build a modern health care system.
Keynote Panel: Medicaid IT Reform, Exploring New Models for IT Procurement
Moderator: Laura Groschen, Vice-President, Government Solutions, Optum
Jessica Kahn, Director, Data and Systems Group, CMS
Karen Parker, Director of the Bureau of Medicaid Operations, Michigan Department of Technology, Management and Budget
Linda Pung, Information Officer, Michigan Dept. of Technology, Management & Budget
Stuart Fuller, CIO, Montana Dept. of Public Health & Human Services
The 2015 State HIT Connect Summit, held March 23-24 in Baltimore, MD – is a national forum bringing together public and private thought leaders to share and benchmark implementation strategies of state health IT systems as they move forward with their diverse healthcare transformation and reform strategies.
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