Developed in collaboration with the LHPC Institute
DATE: Tuesday, October 1, 2019
TIME: 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. (Pacific)
Released in May 2019, the Department of Health Care Services' (DHCS) new Managed Care Accountability Set (MCAS) prescribes a set of 39 quality measures, with 19 measures subject to a 50% Minimum Performance Level (MPL) benchmark. As a result of these changes, Medi-Cal health plans and providers are under increased pressure to coordinate their quality programming and metrics. Join us for the webinar and hear from local health plan leaders who will provide a high-level overview of the MCAS and MPL, outline the priority measures for the upcoming year, and highlight considerations for clinics and health centers as implementation gets underway.
- Learn about the new Managed Care Accountability Set and the measures being prioritized for RY 2020;
- Understand how the Minimum Performance Level will impact quality performance, monitoring, and expectations; and,
- Learn about some of the considerations among health plans, clinics, and other providers that may arise as the new measure set is implemented.
- James Glauber, MD, MPH, Chief Medical Officer, San Francisco Health Plan
- Kelly Rex-Kimmet, MSW, MBA, Director, Quality Analytics, CalOptima
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There is a flat fee structure for this webinar as this session is intended to facilitate a working relationship between community health centers, CPCA, and Local Health Plans of California.
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