NATIONAL STATE HEALTH POLICY 2000 CONFERENCE
August 6-8, 2000
Sunday, August 6, 2000
425-PC1 "A Thousand Years of Health Policy....Or at Least it Feels Like It!"--Emily Friedman
Monday, August 7, 2000
425-01 Plenary Session: "Wrestling with Coverage for the Uninsured: States on the Ropes"
425-02 Taking a Bite Out of the Big Apple: Reducing the Uninsured in New York State
425-04 Curing Health Disparities through Collaborative Communities
425-05 Consumer Outreach & Education in a World of Limited Health Literacy
425-06 Managed Care: The Morning After
425-07 Medical Errors: A Problem that Won't Go Away--Janet Corrigan
425-09 New Wrinkles in Managed Care and Consumer Directed Care
425-10 Wrestling with Kid's Mental Health Issues: How will States Respond?
425-11 Evaluation of Major Health Reform Initiatives: Have they Improved Access, Cost & Quality, and
Lessons be Applied to All?
425-12 Promoting Access to Health Care & Wellness for School Age Children & Adolescents
425-13 Health Planning: Wanted Dead or Alive
425-14 Addressing Quality in Assisted Living: Ideas for the Next Frontier
425-15 Avant le Deluge: Are States Ready for an Expanded Individual Health Insurance Market?
Tuesday, August 8, 2000
425-16 New "Fixes" for Local Areas with "Broken" Health Care Systems
425-17 Retention and Enrollment in Medicaid and CHIP
425-18 Quality of Care in Nursing Facilities
425-19 Purchasing for Performance: Incentives
425-20 The Quest Continues: Models of Coordination of Care for Older Adults
425-21 Good Help is Hard to Find: State Approaches to Non-Physician Workforce Shortages
425-22 Report from the CHIP Preconference
425-23 Hurricane HIPAA: Prepare Now or Pay Later
425-24 Speaker: The Honorable Jesse Ventura, Governor of Minnesota