We understand the complexities of healthcare IT.
Public Knowledge® President Stacey Moss and Naomi Snodgress, Vice President of Management Consulting, attended the National Association of Medicaid Directors (NAMD) 2022 Fall Conference. As we come out of the public health emergency, it was informative speaking with Medicaid Directors, leaders in the industry, and key decision-makers to learn more about how this impacts states.
What to Expect at NAMD 2022 Fall Conference
Sessions surrounded three tracks:
- Promoting Strong & Stable Families
- Building System Linkages
- Medicaid Essentials
Additionally, sessions centered around addressing workforce issues, meeting behavioral healthcare needs, and engaging Medicaid beneficiaries.
Navigating New Requirements
We provide full Medicaid system certification lifecycle support. From developing the Advanced Planning Document (APD) to DDI Testing to Operational Readiness Reviews (ORR), implementation to Operational Reporting (OR), and Certification Reviews (CR).
Our newest white paper, Streamlined Modular Certification Requires a New Approach, outlines how we can serve our clients in this capacity.
A Strategic Approach to Program Quality Assurance
Public Knowledge® assists organizations in making decisions with confidence. Our methodology focuses on adopting our clients’ development approaches rather than forcing projects to conform to our assessment.
We successfully help agencies manage decisions, decision-making structures, and establish and maintain reporting relationships between agencies at the state and federal levels, including considerations for enterprise governance across agencies.
Supporting All Stages of Procurement Through NASPO
We understand our clients’ challenges from changing requirements and regulations, increased demand for services, limited staff, funding uncertainties, and evolving technology environments. As a ValuePoint Supplier, our firm assists our clients in streamlining their procurement efforts.
Maximize Your Impact by Understanding Your Data
Through our firm’s Business Intelligence and Impact Team (BIIT), we can assist with collecting and analyzing data to generate evidence for human service agencies. In turn, this helps to manage programs, facilitate policy innovations, communicate with stakeholders and funders, and implement system changes.
Properly understanding data can help you leverage positive outcomes for children and their families by identifying and collecting qualitative and quantitative data to build models that provide evidence to inform policies and drive transformation.