Expanding the Menu: Data Sources for Policy Action

Thursday, August 22, 3:30 pm – 5 pm
Long-term services and supports (LTSS) involve a range of community and institutional providers who deliver care to individuals in their homes, in institutions, and in community settings. The nature of these services — along with the need for cross-agency oversight, challenges in measuring quality, and coordinating care across Medicare and Medicaid — require robust and comprehensive data. This session provides examples of how states are accessing and using diverse types of data to improve LTSS policies and programs.

Gail Propsom
Moderator Gail Propsom
Chief, Quality Management and Initiatives Wisconsin Department of Health Services
Wilmarie González
Speaker Wilmarie González
Bureau Director PA Department of Human Services
Lisa Beauregard
Speaker Lisa Beauregard
Director of Home and Community Based Services Policy Lab Executive Office of Elder Affairs, Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Ellie Hartman
Speaker Ellie Hartman
Project Manager Wisconsin PROMISE