May


2017: A Year of Disasters - Lessons Learned

May 17, 2018

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2017 was a devastating year with natural disasters such as catastrophic floods, wildfires and earthquakes affecting millions across the globe. 2017 also endured the deadliest mass shooting in modern history.

Come listen to leading experts discuss the impact and lessions learned from the hurricanes in Texas and Florida and the mass shooting in Las Vegas.

Hurricane Harvey - The strongest Gulf hurrican to hit the United States since Hurrican Wilma in 2015 and the fiercest to strike southeast Texas since 1961.

Hurricane Irma - The most intense Atlanitc storm to hit the United States since Katrina in 2005, leading to scores of deaths, including 14 at a nursing home in Hollywood Flordia.

Las Vegas Massacre - On October 1, 2017, 22,000 people at a country music festival were fired upon by a lone gunman at the Mandalay Bay hotel on the Las Vegas strip. The attach, which left 58 people dead and more than 500 injured, marked the deadliest mass shooting in the modern U.S. history.

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B. Asztalos Presentation

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C. Brito-Tigerina Presentation

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J Hunt Presentation

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C. Lake Presentation

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K. Donnahie Presentation

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U Shah

Medicare Advantage Intensive - May 17 & 18, 2018

In New Jersey, enrollment in Medicare Advantage (MA) plans has continued to trend upward in recent years. Currently, 22 percent of Medicare eligible residents are enrolled in a Medicare Advantage plan. Given the limited federal regulatory oversight of MA plans, it is difficult for providers to understand what rules MA plans must follow.

Also, the Medicare Advantage landscape is changing with the implementation of new payment models and increased special needs plan offering. This makes it imperative for providers to determine the most efficient way to partner with Medicare Advantage carriers.

This two-day intensive program will include thought leaders in the Medicare Advantage arena. Participants will have an opportunity to participant in focused presentations on topics including:

  • Oversight and regulations governing MA plans
  • Benefit designs and value-based contracting
  • Provider-sponsored MA plans
  • MA plan compliance challenges
  • MA plan appeal rules

The faculty includes representatives from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the law firm of King & Spalding, ECG Management Consultants, Avalere Health, Manatt and Health Management Associates.

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A. Kruse

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F. Bentley

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R. Trembowicz

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A. Dworkowitz