Eligibility and Enrollment System Redesign: Lessons Learned for Implementing the Affordable Care Act
Union Station, Columbus Room, Washington DC
December 10, 2010
This national briefing focuses on the early lessons learned from the Maximizing Enrollment for Kids grantee states that may help other states and federal policymakers in their efforts to redesign eligibility and enrollment systems to implement health care reform. Representatives from the National Program Office at the National Academy for State Health Policy and two Maximizing Enrollment for Kids grantee states will share key themes to date and their experiences in the following areas: Simplifying eligibility; Tracking and integrating coverage across multiple programs; Focusing on retention; and Shifting to a culture of coverage.
Moderator: Catherine Hess, Program Co-Director, Maximizing Enrollment for Kids/NASHP
Andrew Hyman, Coverage Team Director, Senior Program Officer, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Alice Weiss, Program Co-Director, Maximizing Enrollment for Kids/NASHP
Cindy Mann, Deputy Administrator, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, and Director of the Center for Medicaid, CHIP and Survey and Certification
James (Jim) Jones, Deputy Administrator, Division of Health Care Access and Accountability, Wisconsin Department of Health Services
Robin Callahan, Director of Member Policy and Program Development, Massachusetts Office of Medicaid
Jocelyn Guyer, Co-Executive Director, Georgetown Center for Children and Families
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