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Friday, April 6 • 8:00am - 8:45am
States of Implementation Roundtable 2: Defining and Implementing Interoperable Services for Medicaid Modules

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The MITA TAC has a 15 year track record of collaboration between states and vendors to define and build Proof of Concept modules for use in Medicaid MMIS systems. The MITA TAC is currently working with MITRE corporation (Project Poplin), CMS, the Leavitt partners lead MTA initiative, Stewards of Change, states and vendors to implement working implementations of Medicaid Modular solutions. This discussion will highlight how secure Application Program Interfaces (APIs) can be used to implement the reference architecture documented in project Poplin in a secure and interoperable manner and then be used as the basis for Human Services modules aligned with the A87 exception through the National Interoperability Collaborative (NIC). This discussion will present the issues that need to be addressed to meet the requirements of modularity as defined by CMS. For example interoperability and security. The presentation, although being technical in nature, will be presented in a manner that is understandable by Medicaid execs. The MITA TAC intends to have a booth to demonstrate the progress on the collaborative Proof of Concept (PoC) as well as serving as a place for individuals to do a technical “deep dive” into the topics discussed in the presentation.

Speakers
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Karen Hale

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As a healthcare strategist and business development professional, Karen Hale has over 20 years of healthcare experience. An executive with a broad public and private healthcare knowledge base and committed to the transformation and improvement of the delivery of healthcare and outcomes... Read More →
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Dave Walsh

Chair, MITA TAC
Dave Walsh brings over twenty years of innovation and leadership to the Medicaid and healthcare community. He is a highly regarded healthcare consultant in leading various organizations with his vast knowledge and numerous entrepreneurial successes in the field. In an effort to promote... Read More →


Friday April 6, 2018 8:00am - 8:45am PDT
Key Ballroom 7-8 & Foyer