Wednesday, August 26, 2015, 1 to 2 p.m. EDT — Medicaid managed care plans need to take a proactive approach to meet network adequacy requirements and demonstrate compliance to state regulators. Often that means more than just having the right network in place. It also means being able to identify and address potential problems before they negatively affect member access and trigger regulatory action.
During this webinar, HMA Principal Karen Brodsky (who previously oversaw managed care contracting for the state of New Jersey) discusses the warning signs state regulators look for when assessing the adequacy of a Medicaid managed care plan’s network. Brodsky will also outline some practical ways plans can get out in front of these potential problems – not only demonstrating compliance to regulators but also improving access and satisfaction for members.