AHIP Back in the ‘huddle’ and Reminiscent of the ‘GHAA Revolution’?

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By Gregg A Masters, MPH

It’s been a very long time since I participated in an AHIP event. In fact for the record I have NEVER been to an AHIP event – that is before this week in DC. I attended, filmed, tweeted, broadcasted from, and now blog about AHIP’s ‘Medicare, Medicaid and Dual Eligible 2013 Program series.AHIP Medicare, Medicaid, Duals DC 2013

As someone who’s guided, counseled and implemented (at times successfully and other times not) some rather large proprietary, non-profit (ah hem, I mean ‘tax exempt’) health systems and their national or regionally branded provider sponsored ‘managed’ (ah hem, I mean ‘discounted’) health plans dating back to the 80s and into the millennium this is awkward if not curious (‘N’ of one?) state of affairs.

AHIP is after all is the ‘go to’ resource for the health plan community and their aligned provider and health system partners.  Yet somehow in my…

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