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Friday, April 6 • 8:00am - 8:45am
States of Implementation Roundtable 3: Poplin, A Reference Architecture for Medicaid

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Modular and interoperable Medicaid IT systems help to ensure that states address the changing needs of the beneficiaries, stay in compliance with regulations, and result in reducing program costs per beneficiary. The Poplin project is a Medicaid reference architecture being developed, under the MITA Governance Board and sponsored by CMS, by key states, vendors, and other stakeholders. Poplin defines a standard, extensible set of business processes, object definitions, and application programming interfaces (APIs) for State Medicaid Agencies. Poplin provides technical specifications to help ensure interoperability and reusability of modules and information for multi-organization, multi-vendor, and multi-technology state Medicaid systems. This presentation will discuss the goals, principles, and guiding practices for a nationwide Poplin architecture for Medicaid. Guiding practices include four components of service definition, reference implementations for key shared services, and service definitions for key Medicaid functional areas.

Speakers
avatar for David W. Hill

David W. Hill

Principal Software Systems Engineer, The MITRE Corporation
Dave Hill is a Principal Software Systems Engineer at MITRE with expertise in healthcare transformation solutions. He spent the last two years providing technical and management leadership to advancing Medicaid IT, focusing on interoperability and architecture. Before that, he led... Read More →
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Van Showell

IT Specialist, CMS
Van Showell is an MMIS Systems Analyst at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services within the Division of State Systems.  His duties include MMIS certifications, MES newsletter and MITA Governance.  Mr. Showell started his federal career with the Health Resources Services... Read More →


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