MESC Recap: Day 3 & 4

The Medicaid Enterprises Systems Conference (MESC) ended on a positive note by discussing how analytics has been used by state Medicaid agencies to solve the opioid crisis and how Florida has successfully modernized its member service experience.

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MESC Recap: Day 2 & 3

The Medicaid Enterprise Systems Conference (MESC) continued day 2 and day 3 by discussing the most pertinent issues facing Medicaid: modularity, user acceptance testing, automation, mobility and enterprise transformation. Attendees are addressing state challenges and keeping the Medicaid modernization at the forefront of proposed solutions.   

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MESC Recap: Day 1 & 2

The Medicaid Enterprises Systems Conference (MESC) kicked off with a series of sessions pushing attendees to think about how to improve health care, Medicaid, and associated technologies. Set in Chicago, Illinois, the conference is an annual meeting for state, federal and private sector individuals to provide opportunities for the exchange of ideas related to Medicaid systems and health policy affected by those systems.

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The Departments Issue Final Rule on HRAs

According to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), health reimbursement arrangements (HRAs) are a type of account-based health plan that employers can use to reimburse employees for their medical care expenses. Because HRAs are tax-preferred, workers who buy an individual market plan with an HRA receive the same tax advantages as workers with traditional employer-sponsored coverage, as stated by the Department of Health and Human Services

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Social Determinants of Health-What are Health Plans Doing?

The idiom social determinants of health (SDOH) has been buzzing around the country for several years. The widespread acknowledgement behind this concept proves these determinants to be essential in achieving the best health outcomes for a variety of individuals. Although many health plans have been working on projects to address these factors, we’ve witnessed a lack of transparency, socioeconomic challenges, and isolation. 

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