Rosemarie Day, Ross Weiler, and Sarah Matousek are highly experienced public speakers who get top ratings from a wide variety of audiences.
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Wednesday, 31 January 2018Orlando, Florida
Medicaid Innovations Conference: How to Move from Medicaid Fee For Service To Medicaid Full Risk Capitation in an ACO Environment
Sarah Matousek will be presenting on How to Move from Medicaid Fee For Service To Medicaid Full Risk Capitation in an ACO Environment at the Medicaid Innovations Conference.
Thursday, 15 February 20187:30am –9:30am Martin Conference Center 77 Avenue Louis Pasteur, Boston, MA 02115
Boston Business Journal Power Breakfast: Health Care
Rosemarie Day will be speaking along with other top hospital and health care leaders in the region about what is on the horizon in this ever-changing industry. For more information, click here.
Thursday, 1 March 20189:15- 10:15 Washington DC
11th Annual Medicaid Managed Care Summit
Rosemarie Day will speak on a panel entitled: Super Waivers, Exchanges, and the Single Payer Option: Determine the Market Possibilities Under 1332
Amidst the talk of the future of exchanges, a potential single payer system, and the idea of a super waiver combo 1115-1332, there is much speculation but also real possibility for change under a waiver or block grant structure. Discuss what is permissible under 1332 and how the marketplace interaction that occurs between the Medicaid and private sector is changing.
- Survey the possibilities under 1332 to determine what is actually feasible and ready to be implemented in the near future
- Determine how a section 1332 waiver provision would work to allow states greater flexibility in benefit design under Medicaid
- Discuss the creation of an offering that captures the Medicaid population in the private market that is not full Medicaid expansion
Thursday, 5 April 20182:45pm - 3:45pmBaltimore, Maryland
2018 State Healthcare IT Connect Summit
Rosemarie Day will be speaking on a panel at a session entitled, State Innovation Design and Implementation: Addressing ACA Marketplace Sustainability, Reform, and Positioning.
Many states have experienced major impacts to their markets as a result of the Affordable Care Act. Undertaking cloud-based technology and operational platforms to increase member satisfaction and lower infrastructure costs, some have been reluctant to adopt cloud-based platforms due to the false perception that the technology is unsafe and outsourced. Join this important keynote panel to get a better understanding of state readiness to increase in scalability, security, and performance. The panel will also discuss why states must reform and modernize technology and operational platforms through Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and Business-Process-as-a-Service (BPaaS). Panelists will also explore the healthcare industry's shift toward a retail-oriented consumer focus to bend the cost curve.
For more information, click here.
Wednesday, 17 October 20181:25 pmWashington D.C.
AHIP NATIONAL CONFERENCES ON MEDICARE, MEDICAID & DUALS
Rosemarie Day will be moderating the panel, "Technology and the Future of Medicaid Managed Care."
As connected health grows in adoption and consumer retail businesses venture into health care, how will these trends impact the senior Medicaid population? Remote monitoring, telehealth, medical alert, and associated services are gradually remaking how health is delivered to seniors in the home. Join us to learn how health care, technology and retailers are evolving and changing the way we care for seniors.
Learn more about the panel and event here.
Tuesday, 6 November 201811-11:45 AM ESTWebinar
Results Are In: The Midterm Election's Effects on Health Care Costs and Coverage
Whether you work for a health care provider, insurer, consumer organization, or are an employer, we’ll help you to “cut through the noise” and see what the future holds. We’ll cover many topics, including:
The future of the Affordable Care Act
Expectations for Medicaid
Changes to the insurance markets
Sign up here!
Tuesday, 11 December 2018Westin Hotel, Waltham, MA
New England Employee Benefits Council (NEEBC) Best Practices Conference
Rosemarie Day will be moderating a panel, Health Care Cost Drivers – Tested and Potential Solutions. This session will dive into three key drivers of rising health care costs and how employers and other payers are or could proactively address these trends. The panel will feature:
Provider Cost Variations
Ray Campbell III, Executive Director, Center for Health Information and Analysis (CHIA)
Prescription Drug Pricing
Sarah Emond, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Institute for Clinical and Economic Review (ICER)
Vertical and Provider Consolidation
Sandra Wolitzky, Assistant Attorney General, Health Care Division, Office of Massachusetts Attorney General
Moderated by Rosemarie Day, President, Day Health Strategies
For more information on the event, click here.
"Rosemarie Day spoke to our cross sector summit of healthcare CEOs running insurance companies, provider organizations, pharmaceutical, device and other service companies about the implications of national healthcare reform, with a particular focus on how her own lessons learned from running the MA Health Connector would provide insight for those contemplating their role in the health care exchanges. Her session was highly rated, with one CEO saying she was 'the best speaker yet', partially because of her deep experience, strategic insight, understanding of a political operating environment, and her lack of defensiveness when pressed about issues such as general healthcare expenditure cost control."