On Thursday, January 28, 2016, Harvard Law School’s Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation (CHLPI), Community Servings, and Massachusetts General Hospital will come together in Florida for The Seventh Annual Medicaid Innovations Forum to examine how the provision of medically appropriate foods play a critical role in outcome-driven, cost effective healthcare models. The panel will be moderated by Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island.
The panel will feature distinguished speakers and panelists as they discuss data and cutting edge research to make the case for Food is Medicine and how nutrition programs are being integrated into the healthcare system to improve population health. The forum gathers hundreds of representatives from states, health plans, and solution providers to explore policy strategies to leverage the quality of care, reduce costs, and successfully serve the growing Medicaid population.
Read the full press release on the Seventh Annual Medicaid Innovations Forum.
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