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Join ASA for the third annual Managed Care Academy series of programs. We are excited to offer even more opportunities to learn, network and grow your organization’s knowledge and readiness for the managed care contracting environment. Register for the 2018 Aging in America Conference here

ASA's 2018 Managed Care Academy Summit

Thursday, March 29 | 9:00 AM–1:00 PM
No fee. Pre-registration is required. (Includes coffee and light breakfast.)

CEU Credits: 3.

New ways of paying for value-based care have changed the landscape for delivering services to older adults and people with disabilities. Community-based organizations (CBOs) can play a central role in integrating long-term services and supports with the healthcare sector. This Summit presents key content from the Linkage Lab, a leadership and management development program. Its goal is to prepare select CBOs seeking to deliver care coordination services for effective partnership with healthcare entities through structured management education and onsite technical assistance.

The program addresses the components of building CBO business acumen – what it is and why it is needed, assessing the external environment,
mindset shifts of CBO leaders and staff, and making the business case. The content of this program is also available in the Generations
Field Guide Supplement, which will be freely available online in late March 2018.
 
Presenters: ​Lance Robertson, MPA, Administrator and Assistant Secretary for Aging, Administration for Community Living; Nancy Friedman, Principal, Next Step Coaching and Consulting; Julie Solomon, AM, PhD, Principal and Member, J. Solomon Consulting, LLC; Victor Tabbush, PhD, Adjunct Professor Emeritus, Anderson School of Management, University of California, Los Angeles. 
 
Presented in this session are three very different community-based organizations (CBOs) who have been working to accelerate business capacity over multiple years. Presenters from these CBOs will offer candid presentations on key lessons learned, including the hard lessons. Leaders from Jewish Family Services of Los Angeles, Boulder County Area Agency on Aging and Whistlestop, San Rafael will be featured. 
 
Moderator: Shirin Vakharia, Director, Health & Aging, Marin Community Foundation.
 
Presenters: Paul S. Castro, JD, President and CEO (Retired); Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles; Joe O’Hehir, Chief Executive Officer, Whistlestop; Jacob Bielecki, MA, Business Results Manager, Boulder County Area Agency on Aging; Eli Veitzer, President and CEO (Incoming), Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles.
 
Tuesday, March 27 | 9:00–10:30 AM
No fee. Pre-registration is required.
CEU Credits: 1.5
 
With increasing frequency, health care organizations that work with complex populations are pursuing partnerships with community-based organizations to address both the medical needs and social determinants of health. The development of these cross-sector relationships is happening under a variety of partnership models, yet little is known regarding the financial, operational, cultural, and strategic considerations that contribute to their success. This Boot Camp presentation will highlight innovative and successful cross-sector collaborations, and will present lessons learned from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation-funded study on bridging community-based human services and health care. Hear key findings uncovered through this project, including core partnership characteristics and insights from diverse partnership models serving low-income and populations with complex health and social needs.
 
Presenters: Polina Makievsky, MPP, Senior Vice President of Knowledge, Leadership, and Innovation, Alliance for Strong Families and Communities;
Tricia McGinnis, MPP, MPH, Senior Vice President, Center for Health Care Strategies; Susan Mende, BSN, MPH, Senior Program Officer, Robert Wood
Johnson Foundation; Elise Miller, Manager, Nonprofit Finance Fund.
 
Wednesday, March 28 | 1:00 PM–2:30 PM
No fee. Pre-registration is required.
CEU Credits: 1.5
 
This session will describe efforts to scale and sustain the National Diabetes Prevention Program through a cross-sectoral collaboration of public and private insurers, healthcare organizations, government agencies, employers, community-based organizations, and others to prevent type 2 diabetes in the U.S.
 
Presenters: Elizabeth Matthews, MPA, Technical Director, Division of Health Care Delivery, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services; Pat Schumacher, MS, RD, Chief, Program Implementation Branch, Division of Diabetes Translation, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Christopher Tompkins, MS, MBA, Health Promotion Manager, Anthem, Inc.; Emily Turpin, MS(c), Health Initiatives Program Director, YMCA of San Francisco.
 
The Aging and Disability Business Institute is funded by The SCAN Foundation, The John A. Hartford Foundation, the Administration for Community Living, the Gary and Mary West Foundation, the Marin Community Foundation, and the Colorado Health Foundation.

Under this grant, ASA is collaborating with n4A; other partners include Independent Living Research Utilization (ILRU)/ National Center for Aging and Disability, Partners in Care Foundation, and Elder Services of the Merrimack Valley/Healthy Living Center of Excellence.

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