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Most products and services directed at senior health will be reimbursed by third party payers. But what are these payers willing to pay for? What are their needs and pain points in managing the growing senior population? Join us for a panel discussion with a cross section of payers who cover seniors: Medicaid LTSS, Medicare Advantage and Long Term Care Insurance. Each payer has unique plan designs, consumer demographics and priorities. Join us for an interactive panel to compare and contrast the payer point of view!
Sharon Alexander is an accomplished healthcare executive with progressive experience in the health, long-term care and managed care industries. She is currently President of Long Term Services and Supports (LTSS) Solutions for AmeriHealth Caritas where she creates and optimizes systems of care and support for individuals with complex LTSS needs.
She previously managed AmeriHealth Caritas’ Medicare dual eligible special needs plans (D-SNP) and Medicare/Medicaid plan (MMP) integration products, as part of the CMS Financial Alignment Demonstration initiative; and she launched a full array of Medicare Advantage products for Universal American Corporation, including institutional special needs plans (I-SNP). She came to AmeriHealth Caritas after serving as Secretary of Aging for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the State’s chief advocate for the health, economic and social needs of 2.5 million older people and their caregivers.
Ms. Alexander holds a Masters of Public Management from The H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management at Carnegie Mellon University, and a Bachelor of Science in Health Planning and Administration from The Pennsylvania State University.
Bob McFillin is the Director of Medicare Sales for Independence Blue Cross responsible for Direct to Consumer channels including Field, Broker, Retail, Group Retiree and Medicare Private Exchange solutions. He has 20 years of experience and has held many senior-level positions across local and national health organizations in various business segments. His experience also bridges into all aspects of the business including product, sales, operations and service.
Mr. Morton has 12 years of experience in valuation, financial analysis, reinsurance and financial projections with a focus on long-term care insurance. Prior to joining LTCG, Mr. Morton was an Actuarial Consultant with Towers Watson and also DaVinci Consulting Group. Mr. Morton also worked for CIGNA Corporation primarily focusing on Life, Accident and Disability Insurance.
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