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Overview of MESC 2023 Tracks and Themes
Track 1: Integrations, Innovation & Modernization Across the MESC Environment
Sessions in this track focus on success stories and cutting-edge innovations across the MES environment that have resulted in measurable outcomes for State agencies.
Track 2: Managing Your MES in a Multi-vendor/Multi-module Environment
Sessions in this track focus on the challenges and success stories encountered by States in managing the ever-increasing number of vendors and modules in the MES environment.
Track 3: Lessons Learned from the PHE – Keeping the Momentum Going…
Sessions in this track focus on the valuable lessons learned and best practices gained during the PHE that will most likely continue in the future.
Track 4: Health Equity & Social Determinants of Health – Meeting Members Where They Are
Sessions in this track focus on strategies being taken by States to serve members in the way they need to be served, and how data driven decisions are being used to address inequities in access to health care and to improve outcomes.
Track 5: Engaging Agency Partners to Implement Person-Centric Systems
Track 6: Proactively Reducing Payment Recovery Efforts
Sessions in this track focus on how States ensure that systems are established to identify potentially liable third parties and process claims accordingly.
Track 7: Wild Card
A general catch-all track for abstracts and proposals that do not fit cleanly in one of the above tracks.
An area of focus that of interest across the country is how States have approached retaining and recruiting staff critical to improving systems for State agencies and thier clients. Other areas of interest include: TMSIS – How States are using the data effectively to inform stakeholders; Cloud Migration – moving from a physical data center to the cloud and challenges/successes in managing multiple modules in different cloud solutions.