Since 2004, we have offered a wide array of seminars on current and recurring health care issues and trends that attract a broad audience of industry peers. Past seminars have covered diverse topics such as medical management, biotechnology, disease management, pharmacy management, obesity programs, IT outsourcing and managed care trends.
CAHP offers health care industry vendors the outstanding opportunity to “host” a seminar planned, promoted and executed by CAHP staff. Through your sponsorship, you are provided access to our member health plans and unique networking opportunities while providing enormous educational value to our members and other health care organizations. CAHP manages the details of the meeting space, meals and registration, as well as program promotion in various local publications, our weekly CAHP Update, and mailings to our Master List of over 3,000 contacts. The premier sponsor (host) has the ability to craft the contents of the seminar, as you are the expert of your seminar.
February 26, 2020 – Marriott Burbank Airport Hotel & Convention Center
The Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) recently announced major changes to its program structure and benefit delivery under the Medi-Cal Healthier California for All initiative. One of the major components includes a transition of the Coordinated Care Initiative (CCI) and the Cal MediConnect (CMC) programs. This includes statewide mandatory enrollment of dually eligible beneficiaries into Medi-Cal Managed Care Plans, coverage of long-term care under the managed care benefit, and the implementation of statewide Managed Long-Term Services and Supports (MLTSS). Additionally, Dual-Eligible Special Needs Plans (D-SNPs) will be offered by all Medi-Cal Managed Care Plans in order to offer a voluntary option for these members to be enrolled in aligned products. As DHCS works with its partners and stakeholders to navigate this major shift it is imperative to understand the many moving pieces and how plans, providers, and members will all have to adjust to varying levels of delivery system and financing changes that will be required over the next several years.