Presentations from "Medicaid: Collaborating on the Road to Reform"


The presentations and panels below were the featured components of the United Hospital Fund conference "Medicaid: Collaborating on the Road to Reform," held July 15, 2014.
See the event's complete agenda.
Read a summary of the day's highlights.


Jason Helgerson, Medicaid director and deputy commissioner in the Office of Health Insurance Programs of the New York State Department of Health, presented the morning keynote, "Medicaid in New York: Strategic Priorities and Policy Reform." (Run time: 69:11)


See his presentation (pdf, 4.23MB).


Bruce A. Chernof, MD, president and chief executive officer of The SCAN Foundation, presented the afternoon keynote, "Achieving Person-Centered Care." (Run time: 46:26)


See his presentation (pdf, 1.49MB).



The Partnership Imperative: Making Collaborations Work,” with panelists Shelley Hirshberg, past executive director of the P2 Collaborative of Western New York, Danika Mills, executive director of Coordinated Behavioral Care, and Steven H. Silber, vice president for medical affairs, New York Methodist Hospital, moderated by Andrea G. Cohen, the Fund’s senior vice president for program. (Run time: 63:40)



Roles and Perspectives on the Ground,” with panelists Carol Levine, director of the Fund’s Families and Health Care Project, Anne Meara, associate vice president of network management, CMO–Montefiore Care Management, Nathan Perrin Smith, care management data manager, Institute for Family Health, Rachel Stacom, senior vice president for care management, Independence Care System, Jenny Tsang-Quinn, assistant vice president for primary care services and chief of clinical network development, Maimonides Medical Center, and moderator Jim Tallon, Fund president. (Run time: 75:48)



Copyright: 2014
Published: 07.15.2014


    T T T

    Family Caregiving

    Resources for family caregivers and health care providers are available at our Next Step in Care website.

    Support the Fund

    The Fund's work is made possible by generous contributors like you. Your contribution helps us make a critical difference.