UMass Medical School Health Policy Experts to Present at 2013 Medicaid Enterprise Systems Conference

UMass Medical School Health Policy Experts to Present at 2013 Medicaid Enterprise Systems Conference

<0> For University of Massachusetts Medical SchoolJennifer Rosinski, 508-421-5869 </0>

Several health policy experts from UMass Medical School’s will present at the annual Medicaid Enterprise Systems Conference (MESC). A range of presentations will focus on how state collaborations can support the mission of Medicaid in an era of health reform and transformation.

Key presentations from health policy and technology leaders within Commonwealth Medicine will highlight how reuse and sharing on technology projects can aid development of complex health insurance marketplaces and Medicaid eligibility systems. Experts will also present on how state-based exchanges can develop performance metrics to evaluate the systems being built to expand access to health insurance for millions of Americans under the Accountable Care Act.

This year’s annual at the 5001 Coliseum Drive, North Charleston. A booth at the conference () will also highlight Commonwealth Medicine’s expertise in providing Medicaid agencies with program and technical support, including integrated eligibility systems.

The University of Massachusetts Medical School, one of the fastest-growing academic health sciences centers in the country, has built a reputation as a world-class research institution, consistently producing noteworthy advances in clinical and basic research. The Medical School attracts more than $255 million in research funding annually, 80 percent of which comes from federal funding sources. The mission of the Medical School is to advance the health and well-being of the people of Massachusetts and the world, through pioneering education, research, public service and health care delivery. Commonwealth Medicine, the Medical School’s health care consulting and operations division, provides a wide range of care management and consulting services to government agencies and health care organizations. For more information, visit .

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