Managing Medicaid and the Debate at the Capitol

Center for the Study of Politics and Governance
January 23, 2024 - 11:00 am CST
- 12:30 pm
Humphrey School of Public Affairs or Virtual via Zoom

Join us for a conversation that will explore the issues, positions, and options for the 2024 health reform debate at the Minnesota Capitol. 

Legislators are studying the administration of Medicaid and reviewing the longstanding role of managed care organizations. This timely program includes a national perspective that identifies the reasons that Minnesota and other states reached out to managed care organizations and the variation in their performance. State legislators also join the conversation to respond and identify the concerns at the Capitol. Join us for a conversation that will explore the issues, positions, and options for the 2024 health reform debate at the Minnesota Capitol. 

 

Speakers

  • Scott Leitz, Vice President, NORC, University of Chicago
  • Andy Schneider, Research Professor, McCourt School of Public Policy, Georgetown University
  • Chris Snowbeck, Reporter, Minneapolis Star Tribune, Moderator
  • Robert Bierman, Minnesota State Representative
  • Anne Neu Brindley, Minnesota State Representative
  • Larry Jacobs, Professor, Humphrey School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota, Moderator

Light reception following in person event

About this series:
For over ten years the Center for the Study of Politics and Governance has convened a series of public forums to explore health care reform issues. By fostering discussions among policy makers, stakeholders, and citizens, these forums examine the challenges and opportunities in health care reform and help ensure Minnesota’s legacy as a leader in individual and community health. This series is sponsored by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota.

 

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Contact Info
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