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2022 State HIT Connect Summit

April 18-20 | Visit Booth #36

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Supporting Medicaid programs through PHE unwinding and beyond

With the end of the public health emergency on the horizon, Medicaid programs face complex challenges with unwinding the continuous coverage rules within the federal timeline. State agencies will need to thoughtfully pivot critical resources, reassess internal processes, and determine a longer-term course of action to meet the needs of the new normal. Maximus stands ready to help ease the transition so your agency can keep delivering on your all-important mission.

Unwinding the PHE: moving forward together

As you begin to unwind the public health emergency measures, you’ll want to do it in a way that’s efficient, empathetic, and equitable. Working closely with your agency, we can help you make a seamless changeover. At the same time, we can help you navigate pandemic aftershocks such as continued unemployment and staff burnout.

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Transforming the Consumer Experience with GX by Maximus

The recent Presidential Executive Order underscores the importance of government reimagining service delivery to ensure effective, transparent, and equitable access to care for all people. Medicaid agencies have the opportunity to improve population health outcomes by leveling the playing field for vulnerable populations and, in turn, enhancing the government experience (GX) for all.

Learn how GX by Maximus can help

How we help

Now more than ever, the public is relying on government programs to recover from life’s challenges. Our GX approach focuses on streamlining and enhancing the customer journey throughout Medicaid to improve health outcomes and achieve program efficiencies. We offer clients insight and guidance to improve program performance continuously.

What we do

Engagement is the key to positive outcomes. We provide omnichannel, culturally appropriate, and accessible resources to drive self-service and enable people to make better health decisions. Our proven methods for effective customer engagement combine technology with the human touch.

Why we're unique

Our GX services span the health and human services ecosystem, from eligibility and enrollment all the way through getting them back to work. As your trusted partner, we are uniquely poised to make a difference as states shift their focus from transactions to outcomes, from call center to customer care, from interaction to engagement, and from reports to actionable insights.

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Turning program challenges into opportunities to maintain health insurance coverage

Description: Since the beginning of the Public Health Emergency (PHE), Medicaid/CHIP enrollment grew by more than 12 million. States enacted easements eligibility, putting redeterminations on hold to ensure compliance with the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). CMS recently informed states that when the PHE is lifted, state must initiate eligibility redeterminations for their covered population currently enrolled in programs within 12 months and complete them within 14 months.

This roundtable will discuss operational and transformational strategies to comply with the redetermination rules.

Speakers:

  • John P. Crouse, Medicaid Enterprise Solutions Industry Lead, Maximus
  • Todd Marker, Vice President, U.S. Services, Maximus
  • Betsy Plunkett, Director, Marketing & Web Strategies, Maryland Health Benefit Exchange

Date: Tuesday, April 19         Time: 1:30-2:30 p.m. ET

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Addressing COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy with data analytics and why it improves population health

Description: Vaccine hesitancy poses one of the greatest public threats to our nation's health and the economic recovery from the pandemic. Motivating unvaccinated individuals is challenging and requires a tailored and data-driven approach to overcoming vaccine hesitancy and improve population health. 

This session will highlight insights gained from five federal, state, and local vaccine hesitancy projects. It will also address outbound outreach campaigns and data-driven analytics projects to improve interoperability between siloed vaccination record systems and better address people’s concerns.

Speakers:

  • Uriia Underhill, MPH, Director, Public Health Epidemiologist
  • Dan Blitz, Vice President, U.S. Services
  • Juan Dixon, Coppin State University Men’s Basketball Coach, Maryland GoVAX Ambassador

Date: Wednesday, April 20                 Time: 8:00-8:45 a.m. ET

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Meet our Team

Chris Mirro

Senior Vice President, U.S. Services

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John "J.P." Crouse

Vice President, U.S. Services

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Uriia Underhill

Director, Public Health Epidemiology

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Martin Baker

Vice President, U.S. Services

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Kelli Williams

Vice President, U.S. Services

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Dan Blitz

Vice President, U.S. Services

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Shannon Stotenbur

Vice President, U.S. Services

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Todd Marker

Vice President, U.S. Services

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Craig Venet

Vice President, U.S. Services

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Eric Baumgartner

Vice President, U.S. Services

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Maret Freeman

Director, U.S. Services

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Carrie Archer

Vice President, U.S. Services

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