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Medicare & Medicaid Disease Management Set -- Medicare Disease Management: Identifying and Engaging the Elderly Population & Serving the Needs of the Medicaid Population in Disease Management Programs
Medicare & Medicaid Disease Management Set -- Medicare Disease Management: Identifying and Engaging the Elderly Population & Serving the Needs of the Medicaid Population in Disease Management Programs
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Medicare Disease Management: Identifying and Engaging the Elderly Population To Improve Chronic Health Status, a March 29, 2006 audio conference on CD-ROM, provides inside details on how Medicare disease management programs are structured, from design to patient recruitment to results.

During this 90-minute audio conference on CD-ROM, your expert panel of speakers, Blake Andersen, president, Chronic Care Group, Health Sciences Institute, Pamela Fromelt, vice president of government programs, LifeMasters Inc. and Dr. Randall Krakauer, national medical director, retiree markets, Aetna, provide inside details on how disease management programs can serve the needs of Medicare beneficiaries with chronic conditions to improve their health status, while reducing spending on these conditions.

You will get details on:

  • Identifying, assessing and stratifying at-risk Medicare beneficiaries;
  • Serving dual eligibles;
  • Engaging the elderly population and family members in the care management process;
  • Lessons learned from serving the Medicare population;
  • Measuring outcomes and results in Medicare disease management programs; and
  • What care management models are effective in treating the Medicare population.

Serving the Needs of the Medicaid Population in Disease Management Programs, a January 25, 2006 audio conference, on CD-ROM examines what strategies are effective in Medicaid disease management (DM) programs and the impact DM programs can have on improving the health status of Medicaid beneficiaries.

While serving the Medicaid population in DM programs presents its own unique set of challenges to DM programs, the number of DM programs serving Medicaid populations continues to rise as states look to programs to control Medicaid cost increases.

During this 90-minute audio conference on CD-ROM, your expert panel of speakers, Jerry Kiplinger, executive director, APS Healthcare, and Herb Schultz, vice president, government account management, McKesson Health Solutions, provide inside details on how their organizations address the needs of the Medicaid population.

You will get details on:

  • Identifying eligible beneficiaries;
  • Addressing interruptions in Medicaid eligibility;
  • Engaging the Medicaid population in disease management programs;
  • Treating comorbidities in the Medicaid population; and
  • Measuring the impact of DM programs on the Medicaid population.
Publication Date: March 2006
Number of Pages: 180 minutes
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