Webcast: Making Medicaid Work

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This webcast was originally broadcast on Tuesday, May 22, 2012 at 10:00am CST.

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About the Webinar

What strategies can hospitals use to reduce their costs of treating Medicaid patients, and how can they work with their state Medicaid programs to maximize reimbursement?

Key Takeaways

Attend this editorial webcast and learn:

  • What are some billing and collection strategies hospitals can use to ensure accurate and timely reimbursement?
  • What trends in Medicaid reimbursement and payment policy are to be expected, regardless of the fate of the healthcare reform law?
  • How can healthcare organizations ensure that all patients eligible for Medicaid coverage are being enrolled as quickly as possible?


Bill Galinsky
Vice president of governmental finance
Scott & White Healthcare
Temple, Texas

Beth Kidder
Assistant deputy secretary for Medicaid operations
Florida Agency for Health Care Administration

Dr. Ross Wilson
Corporate chief medical officer
New York City Health and Hospitals Corp.


Rich Daly
Washington reporter
Modern Healthcare

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