Medicaid/CHIP Managed Care Series

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) finalized sweeping Medicaid and CHIP managed care regulations earlier this year. The rules cover a wide range of topics important to children and low-income families such as improving consumer information, enhancing the beneficiary experience, assuring network adequacy and access to services, advancing quality, and ensuring accountability and transparency. The sheer […]

2016 Annual Conference

Georgetown University Center for Children and Families’ 2016 Annual Conference was held on July 27-29, 2016 at the Omni Shoreham (2500 Calvert Street NW) in Washington, D.C.  

2015 Annual Conference

Georgetown CCF’s 2015 Annual Conference: July 21-23, 2015 We hope you enjoyed this year’s conference! You can find much of the following resources on your USB sticks, but as promised, we will also be uploading slides and additional resources that were discussed in sessions. Agendas, Participant List, Speaker Bios, and Evaluation Form Pre-Conference Agenda Main […]

2014 Annual Conference

Welcoming a new era of Coverage for children and Families June 24 – June 26, 2014 Conference Materials Agenda Participant List Session Slides Welcome The Federal Health Policy Landscape: What’s Happening on the Hill? Medicaid Non-Expansion Planning for The Future of CHIP Recommendations for Facilitating Enrollment of Immigrant Families Experiences on the Ground in Illinois […]

2013 Finish Line Flash Editions

By Tara Mancini December 4, 2013 This edition of the Finish Line Flash brings you several resources related to outreach and enrollment under the ACA and dental benefits in Medicaid. The first is a brief from the American Dental Association that compares rates of child dental utilization between Medicaid and commercial plan enrollees. It is […]

2012 Finish Line Flash Editions

By Tara Mancini December 12, 2012 In this edition of the Finish Line Flash, we introduce you to a new website that aims to protect against Medicaid cuts, a toolkit for developing navigator programs, and news of an upcoming webinar on exchange blueprints. We also include three resources related to health reform implementation: newly released […]