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Thursday December 17 GAHE Virtual Lunch and Learn
December 17, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Key State Health Legislative Issues Facing Leaders
and Potential Responses
December 17 Virtual Lunch and Learn Approved for 1.5 Hours of ACHE Face-to-Face Credit!
LIVE PROGRAM IS FULL — REGISTRATION CLOSED
Recording Option Offering 1.5 Hours of Qualified Credit is Available
This program has reached the 50-person limit and registration is closed. The December 17 event will also be available as a recording approximately one week after the live date, and it offers 1.5 Qualified Hours that can be self-reported.
Click here to sign up for the recording.
Numerous public policy and legislative issues around healthcare delivery and public health affect healthcare organizations and demand the involvement of their leaders to respond and adjust organizational policies and procedures. These issues often relate to improving population health, access and coverage through
Medicaid and other programs, improving value, addressing consumer issues and workforce shortages, and more.
Learning these issues and being involved in
policy and organizational responses is important for healthcare leaders, regardless
of how directly they may be involved.
Our Panelists Will Discuss:
- Population health, state and community health status, and indicators
- Medicaid—funding, expansion, waivers, managed care, reimbursement
- Access and coverage—Medicaid for All, uninsured
- Mental health/substance abuse
- Value-based care/reducing clinical variation
- Medical billing initiatives
- Workforce shortages
- Other federal/state legislative issues and initiatives
Preston W. Smith, JD, FACHE
Senior Director, Federal & State Affairs
Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS)
SESSION RECORDING OPTION WITH 1.5 QUALIFIED HOURS
(The Recording Will Be Distributed to Registrants About One Week After the Live Session)
1.5 hours of ACHE Qualified Education Credit
ACHE Member $5 / Non-Member $10
Student ACHE Member $5 / Student Non-Member $5