On Friday, April 23, Community Solutions hosted the Virtual Medicaid Institute.
With increasing focus on social determinants of health and a Medicaid managed care procurement in Ohio, new tools are emerging to better coordinate care and address non-medical issues. At the same time, there are many community-based organizations that have been doing this work for years and are trying to figure out what these changes may mean for their agencies.
- Loren Anthes, MBA, William C. and Elizabeth M. Treuhaft Chair in Health Planning, The Center for Community Solutions
- Alissa Glenn, MPP, Director of Community Health and Nutrition at the Greater Cleveland Food Bank
- Cesar Herrera, Chief Solutions Officer at Healthify
- Kate Ricker-Kiefert, subject matter expert in state and federal government health IT policy and interoperability data models
- Heather Stoll, Vice President of external affairs for the Sisters of Charity Health System
- Tawny Stottlemire, Executive Director, Community Action Inc.