Using Title IV-E Waiver Dollars To Reduce Congregate Care & Support Community Programming (Exclusive Event For Members Of The Leadership Council For Children’s Services)
March 11, 2015 — Exclusive Executive Web Briefing For Members Of The Leadership Council For Children’s Services
This event has passed. Slides and video from this event can be foundhere.
States across our nation are reorganizing their human service systems and focusing on the Triple Aim of the new health care movement:
Improving the consumer experience, including quality and satisfaction
Improving the health of children and families
Reducing the per capita cost of health care
The Federal Government has created waivers for the states that will help them to accomplish these goals. Federal IV-E Waivers have been one of the popular ways that human services can use federal dollars flexibly. Learn how states are using IV-E dollars to reduce congregate care and support community programming, and get market intelligence on the national trend to update and deliver managed systems of care.
During this 90-minute web briefing, Christine James Brown, Chief Executive Officer of the Child Welfare League of America and Howard Shiffman, Senior Associate of OPEN MINDS, will focus on:
Factors driving new models of care
Emerging models of care such as: IV-E Waiver models, systems of care, managed care coordination, and primary and integrated health care models
How to work in these new systems
This web briefing is an exclusive event for members of the Leadership Council For Children’s Services. If you are not a member and would like more information on the Leadership Council and how to become a member, please visit: http://openminds.com/leadership-council/.
Registration for this executive web briefing has been provided at no charge courtesy of the Leadership Council For Children’s Services.
Unable To Attend? Still register! At the conclusion of the event, all registrants will receive a recorded copy of the executive web briefing and presentation slides — regardless of attendance.