Medicaid Institute: Collaboration + Value-based Care Recap

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Medicaid Institute: Collaboration + Value-based Care Recap

June 15, 2023 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

With Ohio’s new Next Gen managed care program, there are new opportunities to collaborate and change the way Medicaid pays for care. Hear from a panel of experts who are sharing their experiences from New York’s value-based system and what it could mean for Ohio.


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Meet the Speakers!

Dr. Andrey Ostrovsky is a Managing Partner at Social Innovation Ventures and former Chief Medical Officer of the US Medicaid program who invests in and advises companies, non-profits, and artists dedicated to eliminating disparities. He also advises federal and state regulators on how to incorporate human centered design into policy making.



Zachariah Hennessey is the Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer at Public Health Solutions leading the organization’s community work in health insurance and benefits enrollment, food and nutrition, maternal and child health, sexual and reproductive health, tobacco control, COVID-19, and more. A tireless advocate who has grappled with some of New York’s toughest health and social challenges over his 17-year career, he has secured investments to expand behavioral health, child development, and preventive healthcare in underserved communities. 


Dr. Adam Aponte, is the Chief Medical Officer at East Harlem Council for Human Services, Inc. A native of East Harlem, NY, he is a board-certified pediatrician with extensive experience in clinical work and healthcare leadership. After completing his medical education at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, he joined the Children’s Aid Society, where he worked with foster care populations and oversaw School-Based Health Centers. Dr. Aponte served as Chair of Pediatrics at North General Hospital, where he developed innovative programs to improve care for children in underserved communities. His commitment to addressing health disparities led him to work at federally qualified health centers, including two centers in East Harlem. He continues to advocate for diversity in healthcare through his involvement with Mentoring in Medicine.


Pantelis Karnoupakis, better known as PK, is the Vice President, Value-Based Payment Initiatives & Risk Adjustment, Fidelis Care in New York, where he has overseen the negotiation of hundreds of value-based payment contracts and, more recently, assumed responsibilities for all Healthcare Analytics. With his previous experience on the provider side, working at the Hospital for Special Surgery’s managed care contracting department, PK offers a multi-layered perspective to the managed care landscape.



June 15, 2023
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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