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1 MISSOURI RURAL HEALTH CONFERENCE PROGRAM NOVEMBER 15-16, 2016 Navigating the Path to Better Health Missouri Office of Primary Care & Rural Health Oral Health Rural Health Primary Care

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3 LETTER FROM MRHA PRESIDENT TONIANN RICHARD WELCOME NEW MEMBERS Why staying connected to MRHA is a benefit to your agency. Welcome to the Get Link d Conference! I am pleased that you are joining the Missouri Rural Health Association in shaping policy, developing networks, collaborating to share knowledge and resources, and encouraging new ideas for old problems. MRHA supports the National Rural Health Association in its efforts to assure access to care and services in rural America. Focusing on the future challenges of an aging population and recognizing Missouri s limited transportation resources, MRHA is focused on assuring equitable access to care by decreasing transportation barriers for all Missourians. We welcome your active participation in not only the conference, but also in future MRHA endeavors. I hope you choose to take an active role in shaping the future of the Association! Toniann Richard, MRHA President Chief Executive Offi cer, Health Care Collaborative of Rural Missouri WELCOME FROM THE PLANNING COMMITTEE Thank you for attending the Get Link d Missouri Rural Health Conference. For the fi rst time, the Missouri Rural Health Association and the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, Offi ce of Primary Care and Rural Health, worked together to provide conference attendees with health and access to care workshops that pertain to today s changing health policies and barriers to care. Our collaborative partnership brings value in securing quality presenters for the conference, increasing opportunities to expand your networks, and helping to keep registration costs down. Your input and suggestions are highly appreciated during and after conference. We hope you will take time to visit with a committee member to share your thoughts during the event and/or complete the post-conference evaluation. We hope you enjoy the event and take inspiration and new ideas home to share! EXECUTIVE OFFICERS Suzanne Alewine MRHA Executive Director Principal Partner Community Asset Builders, LLC Toniann Richard MRHA President Chief Executive Offi cer The Health Care Collaborative of Rural Missouri Dorothy Yeager MRHA Vice-President Executive Director OATS, Inc. Lane Jacobs MRHA Secretary/Treasurer Missouri Primary Care Association Outreach Program Manager CONFERENCE PLANNING COMMITTEE MEMBERS Doris Boeckman, Principal Partner, Community Asset Builders, LLC Lisa Branson, Rural Health Coordinator, Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, Offi ce of Primary Care and Rural Health Pam Buschjost, Finance Director, Missouri Rural Health Association Vicki Ford, Special Projects Assistant, Community Asset Builders, LLC Patty Gaffke, Graphic Designer, Community Asset Builders, LLC Mary Gordon, HealthTran Project Manager, Missouri Rural Health Association Melissa VanDyne, Rural Health Manager, Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, Offi ce of Primary Care and Rural Health 1

4 TABLE OF Contents Welcome From the Planning Committee... 1 Sponsors... 2 Meet the Speakers: Keynote Speaker and General Sessions... 3 Conference Agenda Agenda-At-A-Glance Exhibitors Room Diagram Presenter Showcase Vendor Drawings/Reception Hold the Date Conference Thank You TO OUR Sponsors CORPORATE SPONSORS PLATINUM PREMIUM GOLD BRONZE CONFERENCE SPONSORS GENERAL SPONSORS 2

5 MEET THE Speakers Keynote BRIAN BAUER TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15 10:15 to 10:45 am Shareholder in the law fi rm of Hall, Render, Killian, Heath, and Lyman, PLLC Health Law with over 20 years of experience in health law. Brian concentrates his practice in the areas of health care regulatory compliance, business transactions, reimbursement and governance. He has assisted a number of providers (hospitals, FQHCs, RHCs and independent physician groups) to form Accountable Care Organizations and to apply for participation in the Medicare Shared Savings Program. Brian's hospital clients include multi-hospital systems, critical access hospitals and municipal health facilities corporations. Brian has extensive experience in dealing with Medicare, Medicaid and private payor reimbursement and credentialing issues. He also routinely works with clients on governance, board development and succession planning. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15 10:45 to 11:45 am General Session DR. PAUL MOORE, HRSA Senior Health Policy Advisor, Federal Offi ce of Rural Health Policy, Health Resources and Services Administration, US Department of Health and Human Services Dr. Moore currently serves in Washington, DC as Senior Health Policy Advisor to the Federal Offi ce of Rural Health Policy. To this opportunity he brings a lifetime of experience related to rural healthcare from both his family heritage and more than thirty years in community and hospital pharmacy. He still owns a community pharmacy in eastern Oklahoma and Pharmacy & Consulting Management Company which provides remote pharmacist services to small, rural hospitals in three states. But his career reaches beyond just pharmacy as he has served as the CEO of a County Healthcare Authority, consisting of one of the nation s earliest Critical Access Hospitals, the County EMS, a physician clinic and a Home Health Agency..an opportunity which served him well as the 2008 President of the National Rural Health Association. and now in his day job, where he has the opportunity to work with Critical Access Hospitals and other rural providers across the nation around issues of quality improvement and patient safety. Navigating Missouri's Access to Care Barriers WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16 1:00 to 2:00 pm Our panelist will share local to national views regarding the barriers to health reform, trends, and solutions. Join in the dialog and gain valuable insight in the changing healthcare and mobility management fi elds. BRIAN BAUER, HALL, RENDER, KILLIAN, HEATH AND LYMAN, PLLC HEALTH LAW JUDY SHANLEY, VICE PRESIDENT, EASTERSEALS, EDUCATION AND YOUTH TRANSITION SUZANNE ALEWINE, PRINCIPAL PARTNER, COMMUNITY ASSET BUILDERS, LLC General Session 3

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7 Conference Agenda TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15 1:00-2:00 PM Building Empathy and Understanding Around Health Disparities in Healthcare Stanton Todd Hudson, Associate Director, Center for Health Policy Ioana Staiculescu, Research Specialist, Center for Health Policy, University of Missouri Through hands on interaction, the workshop will engage participants through an experimental activity Crossing the Lines through a mock health equity stakeholder dialogue; including members of the community, academia, health care, business, policy makers, and philanthropic organizations. Participants will understand the impact of oppression on different society groups, build empathy, grow insight of perceptions of normal and realize the real and measurable effects of prejudice, discrimination, and institutional oppression. Leveraging Mobility Management Resources Judy Shanley, Co-Director, National Center for Mobility Management and Jordan Snow, Research and TA Analyst, NCMM and Easterseals The National Center for Mobility Management is a national technical assistance center funded by the US Federal Transit Administration. Information compiled over the last four years by the Center will enable attendees to learn about strategies to build mobility management systems at the local and statewide levels and obtain resources to strengthen mobility management professions. CMS Bundled Payment Initiatives; Potential Impact on Rural Patients and Communities. Jim Mikes, Vice President for Rural Advocacy and Regulation, Missouri Hospital Association This presentation will cover the development of CMS Bundled Payments and the opportunities and challenges for rural patients and communities. Grant Writing Best Practices: Tips and Tricks for Pursuing and Capturing Grant Funding Suzanne Alewine & Doris Boeckman, Principal Partners, Community Asset Builders, LLC Engage with the presenters to learn tips for presenting a successful proposal. Discussion items will include, but not be limited to: what funders are looking for in an application, trends in grant-writing, how to build a relationship with funders, what types of outcome measures are expected; resources for identifying funding opportunities, sustainability and strategic plans and logic models. This will be an interactive session with plenty of opportunity for questions and dialogue with the presenters. TUESDAY NOVEMBER 15 2:45-3:45 PM Rural Communities and the Health Insurance Marketplace Cyndi Bussen, CAC Manager & Kate Conn, CAC Counselor The Affordable Care Act and the Health Insurance Marketplace have changed the way health systems and health insurance companies do business. Prices are going up when the law is labeled and designed to promote affordability, and the amount of misinformation is frightening. This session is intended to recognize the challenges facing rural Missourians as a result of the Affordable Care Act and identify successful tactics utilized in Southwest Missouri to increase the number of successful enrollments. We will share lessons learned from our work in outreach/awareness and how these can be applied to any rural audience. We will work together as a group to explore the value of partnerships and relationships in our work, and consider how taking a new look at those partnerships could lead to more opportunities. Whether you are engaged in the Expanding Coverage Initiative to reduce the number of uninsured Missourians or interested in the impact of the Affordable Care Act and the impact on rural communities, this session is for you! MISSOURI RURAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION November 15-16, 2016 TUESDAY NOVEMBER 15 2:45-3:45 PM MO Rides Deana Dothage, Boonslick Regional Planning Commission, Anthony Nichols, Central Missouri Community Action, Holly Kreienkamp, Meramec Regional Planning Commission. What is Mobility Management? How can Mobility Management assist to elevate transportation barriers? MORIDES will share website navigation, resources, and individual updates on local communities. Breaking Down Health Disparities Brian Dobbins, ESQ, Aetna Join the workshop that will address your questions regarding health disparities in your communities or organizations. Find out how to break down the numbers and build understanding and the ability to identify key health disparity issues. Supporting Preventative Care in Rural Communities Dr. Ann Kay Logarbo, Chief Medical Officer of the UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Louisiana Louisiana s recent move to Medicaid managed care and evolving Medicaid landscape provides insights on how health plans and providers can work together to support preventative care in rural communities. Supporting life-long health means a strong connection to a primary care provider. When access is an issue, new approaches to services and delivery must be considered. And when the overarching healthcare system is evolving, the delivery system must have new tools and access to data to respond. Join us as Dr. Logarbo, Chief Medical Offi cer for the UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Louisiana and nearly 30-year veteran of pediatric care, discusses examples of efforts designed to address health needs in rural communities and foster improved utilization of preventative care. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15 4:00-5:00 PM The Evolving Landscape of Rural Health Brock Slabach, Senior Vice President, Members Services, National Rural Health Association Find out how the most recent federal policy rules and regulations relate to providing health care in rural communities in the midst of massive change. How will the role of primary care and transportation play in the population of health payment models? HealthTran: Facts and Findings Mary Gordon, HealthTran Project Manager Sandra Morris, HealthTran Coordinator The three-year pilot links public/private transit to healthcare. The collaborative grant was written for Missouri Public Transit Association and Missouri Rural Health Association to learn how linking health and public transportation could provide access to care in rural south central Missouri. The program set goals to improve long-term health outcomes by reducing barriers to transportation, gather data to support the theory that transportation does, in fact, improve patient health outcomes and create a replicable and sustainable program for Missouri. DirectConnect: Telemedicine for Rural Healthcare Michelle Bekemeier & Rebecca Weddle, Corporation Account Managers CoxHealth has been developing and utilizing telemedicine services to increase healthcare options availability to patients in rural areas. CoxHealth s Direct Connect is a solution that allows patients to connect with providers from the comfort of their home or workplace for a variety of healthcare needs. The latest in innovations and technology now allows rural area patients to be seen quickly and affordably. Presenters will discuss current rural health projects and stories of using telemedicine in rural areas and provide a live video demonstration of how telemedicine works for a patient. Target Audience Administrators, managers, support staff and clinical staff for any type of area business. 5

8 Conference Agenda TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15 4:00-5:00 PM Design Thinking Principles Judy Shanley, Co-Director, National Center for Mobility Management Attendees will acquire information and tools to implement a personcentered approach to identifying challenges and implementing solutions to address mobility and transportation challenges in their community, particularly as these challenges relate to access to healthcare. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16 8:30-9:30 Recruiting for the Generations Joni Adamson, Recruitment and Workforce Development Manager, MO Primary Care Association When implementing a recruitment plan, employers should have a clear understanding of what is important and valued by each of the different generations. Recruiting efforts should not only include the available positions, but the types of people that are needed to fi ll the positions. Employee retention can be signifi cantly increased when generational differences are recognized and taken into consideration. Title VI: Components of a Solid Civil Rights Plan Angela Sutton, Senior Civil Rights Specialist, MODOT A successful Title VI program gives the public the assurance that agency services and resources will be allocated fairly. Transportation touches the daily lives of everyone living in this country. Whether getting to work, the market, visiting family or friends, or accessing the health care system, our public roads take us there. In this workshop, we will discuss what Title VI is and what is necessary to ensure compliance with its rules, laws and regulations. Understanding Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Guidelines Nanci Nikodym, Missouri Dept. of Social Services Nanci has worked with the Department of Social Services for almost 25 years. She is a manager for MO HealthNet in the Program Operations unit. In addition to her other responsibilities, she oversees the state contract with LogistiCare, the current non-emergency medical transportation broker. She thoroughly enjoys the work she does for MO HealthNet. Nanci will discuss Missouri s NEMT program for Medicaid benefi ciaries. Using Community Health Information to Improve Care and Health Leslie Porth, Sr. VP, Strategic Quality Initiative, MO Hospital Association Aligning population health and quality of care is an essential step in transforming care delivery to achieve the goals of better health and better care. This presentation provides practical strategies and examples to integrate community health needs assessments into organizational strategic plans. ThankYOU WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16 9:45-10:45 Alternative Payment Methods Shannon Calhoun, Regional VP/SW for the National Rural Accountable Care Consortium MACRA and Alternative Payment Models: how rural providers can successfully engage in the change from volume to value based payments. What Mobility Management Means for Missouri; Creating Value Carrie Porter, Transportation Specialist, Greater Wisconsin Agency on Aging Resources, Inc. Mobility Managers are the link not only to clinical care, but also to the other health factors that impact health outcomes. Creating a network of skilled mobility professionals is becoming even more critical with the changing healthcare environment and increasing emphasis on social determinants of health. Wisconsin began a Mobility Management Association in 2010 with over 40 members. Health for Life: Managing Diabetes & Coordination of Care Dana Schmitz & Trent DeVreugd, PRIMARIS Gain skills to improve care coordination through a communitybased approach. Discuss how to use community coalitions with a shared mission of improving care hand-offs and working outside of organizational silos, to foster collaboration that supports communication and Continuity of Care. Using Diabetes Empowerment Education Program (DEEP) as a successful example, see the results of empowering participants, impacts on population health and targets for chronic disease prevention and management. Developing a Transportation Care Coordination Program Suzanne Smith, Healthcare Collaboration Network Development Coordinator & Amanda Arnold, Quality Improvement Coordinator The Health Care Collaborative of Rural Missouri owns and operates four Federally Qualifi ed Health Centers located in Buckner, Carrollton, Waverly, and Concordia. We received a MODOT 5310 contract this year and track transportation needs through a Electronic Health Record and in Excel. We have established relationships with other organizations and reimburse them for rides they provide to our clinics. There is a key networking component that is vital to the success of this project as well as strengthening our Rural Health Network. The patient is our number one concern and making sure we take care of the whole person. Come and learn how we are able to secure transportation and other items needed for our patients. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16 11:00-12:00 PM Navigating Stark & Anti-Kickback Laws and Regulations Pertaining to Healthcare Brian Bauer, Attorney, Hall, Render, Killian, Health, and Lyman, PLLC Recognized as one of the nation s preeminent health law fi rms with over 40 years experience, get the opportunity to ask questions and fi nd answers regarding the access to care regulations and guidelines. What Mobility Management Means for Missouri; PART II Open Dialog Mary Gordon and Carrie Porter, Facilitators Join a dialog to explore moving forward with a state Mobility Management (MM)/ Care Coordination (CC) network. Are you vested in creating a Missouri or multi-state certifi cation program? Share your vision and ideas at the ground fl oor of the access to care movement. 6

9 Conference Agenda WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16 11:00-12:00 PM Rural Transportation: Then and Now Dorothy Yeager, OATS Executive Director & Denny Ward, SMTS Executive Director For 45 years, Missouri has been the leader in the fi eld of community transportation and is the only state in the nation with public transportation available in every county. This is thanks to two of the nation s largest rural transportation providers, both of which are right here in the Show-Me-State Southeast Missouri Transportation Service (SMTS) and OATS. Executive Directors Denny Ward (SMTS) and Dorothy Yeager (OATS) will provide a brief history of their agencies then discuss how affordable, reliable transportation is a key component for access to rural healthcare. Rural Health Sustainability Value Based Strategies Toniann Richard, CEO, Health Care Collaborative of Rural Missouri Rural Providers have an opportunity to participate in a learning session that break down the opportunities, challenges and issues around new reimbursement systems. Join us as we discuss fi nancial, operational and collaborative strategies for value based system transition. Participate in discussions around improving care management which will address staffi ng needs, program development and quality improvement. Learn new strategies for maximizing collaboration between rural hospitals, community health centers and mental health providers. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16 1:00-2:00 PM General Session: Panel Discussion Navigating Missouri s Access to Care Barriers Brian Bauer, Hall, Render, Killian, Heath and Lyman, PLLC Health Law Judy Shanley, Vice President, Easterseals, Education and Youth Transition Suzanne Alewine, Principal Partner, Community Asset Builders, LLC WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16 2:00-2:20 PM Health and Wellness Attendance Drawings MUST be present to win (Your name badge is your prize drawing ticket.) 2:20-2:30 PM Closing Remarks Thank You 7

10 Agenda AT-A-GLANCE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15 November 15-16, :00 am to 8:30 am Exhibit Expo Set-Up 8:30 am to 10:00 am Exhibit Expo Open 10:00 am to 10:15 am WELCOME: Toniann Richard, MRHA President Execu ve Director, Health Care Collabora ve of Rural Missouri Melissa VanDyne, Rural Health Manager at Office of Primary Care and Rural Health Department of Health and Senior Services 10:15 am to 10:45 am KEYNOTE: Brian F. Bauer, Shareholder in the Law Firm of Hall, Render, Killian, Heath, and Lyman, PLLC - Na onal Health Reform 10:45 am to 11:45 am GENERAL SESSION: Dr. Paul Moore, Senior Health Policy Advisor to the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy 11:45 am to 1:00 pm Lunch (provided) - Exhibit Expo 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm Rural Health Cypress I Building Empathy and Understanding Around Health Dispari es in Healthcare Stan Hudson, Associate Director, Center for Health Policy, University of Missouri, School of Medicine, and Ioana Staiculescu MOHEC Transporta on Coordina on Hawthorne I Leveraging Mobility Management Resources Judy Shanley, Co-Director, Na onal Center for Mobility Management Jordan Snow, Research and TA Analyst, NCMM and Easterseals 2:00 pm to 2:45 pm Exhibit Expo and Break 2:45 pm to 3:45 pm Rural Communi es and the Health Insurance Marketplace Cyndi Bussen, Kate Conn, CAC Managers CoxHealth MORIDES Anthony Nichols, Central Missouri Community Ac on, Deana Dothage, Boonslick Regional Planning Commission, Holly Kreienkamp, Meramec Regional Planning Commission 3:45 pm to 4:00 pm Exhibit Expo and Break 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm The Evolving Landscape of Rural Health Brock Slaba ch, Senior Vice President, Member Services, Na onal Rural Health Associa on HealthTran: Facts and Findings Mary Gordon, HealthTran Program Manager Transporta on Care Coordina on Sandra Moris, Senior HealthTran Coordinator Systems Development Cypress II CMS Bundled Payment Ini a ves; Poten al Impact on Rural Pa ents and Communi es. Jim Mikes, Vice President for Rural Advocacy and Regula on, Missouri Hospital Associa on Breaking Down Health Dispari es Brian Dobbins, Esquire CEO, Aetna DirectConnect: Tele Medicine for Rural Healthcare Michelle Bekemeier and Rebecca Weddle, Corpora on Account Managers, CoxHealth 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm Networking Recep on (5:00-5:30 pm) and Drawing (5:30-6:00 pm) 6:00 pm Day 1 Adjourns REMINDER: AS A COURTESY, PLEASE TURN CELL PHONES TO SILENT! Growth & Capacity Hawthorne II Grant Wri ng Best Prac ces: Tips and Tricks for Pursuing and Capturing Grant Funding Suzanne Alewine and Doris Boeckman, Principal Partners, Community Asset Builders, LLC Suppor ng Preven ve Care in Rural Communi es Dr. Ann Kay Logarbo, Chief Medical Officer of UnitedHealthcare of Community Plan of Louisiana Design Thinking Principles Judy Shanley, Co-Director, Na onal Center for Mobility Management

11 Agenda AT-A-GLANCE WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16 7:00 am to 8:30 am Breakfast / Exhibits Open 8:00 am to 8:30 am MRHA ANNUAL BREAKFAST MEMBERSHIP MEETING - CYPRESS I 8:30 am to 9:30 am Rural Health Cypress I Recrui ng for the Genera ons Joni Adamson, Recruitment and Workforce Development Manager, Missouri Primary Care Associa on Transporta on Coordina on Hawthorne I Title VI: Components of a Solid Civil Rights Plan Angela Su on, Senior Civil Rights Specialist, Title VI Coordinator, MoDOT 9:30 am to 9:45 am Exhibit Expo and Break 9:45 am to 10:45 am Alterna ve Payment Methods Shannon Calhoun, Regional VP/SW for the Na onal Rural Accountable Care Consor um What Mobility Management Means for Missouri; Crea ng Value Carrie Porter, Transporta on Specialist, GWAAR 10:45 am to 11:00 am Exhibit Expo and Break 11:00 am to 12:00 pm Naviga ng Stark and An -Kickback Laws and Regula ons Pertaining to Healthcare Brian F. Bauer, A orney, Hall, Render, Killian, Heath, and Lyman, PLLC What Mobility Management Means for Missouri; Crea ng Value Part 2 - Open Dialog Mary Gordon, HealthTran Program Manager and Carrie Porter, Transporta on Specialist, GWAAR Systems Development Cypress II Understanding Non Emergency Medical Transporta on Guidelines Nanci Nikodym, Missouri Department of Social Services Health for Life: Managing Diabetes and Coordina on of Care Dana Schmitz and Trent DeVreugd, PRIMARIS Rural Transporta on: Then and Now Dorothy Yeager, OATS Execu ve Director and Denny Ward, SMTS Execu ve Director Growth & Capacity Hawthorne II Using Community Health Informa on to Improve Care and Health Leslie Porth, Senior Vice President, Strategic Quality Ini a ve, Missouri Hospital Associa on Developing a Transporta on Care Coordina on Program Suzanne Smith, Healthcare Collabora on Network Development Coordinator & Amanda Arnold, Quality Improvement Coordinator Rural Health Sustainability Value Based Strategies Toniann Richard, CEO, Health Care Collabora ve of Rural Missouri 12:00 pm to 12:30 pm LUNCH BUFFET & EXHIBIT EXPO ANNOUNCEMENTS - Suzanne Alewine, Execu ve Director, Missouri Rural Health Associa on 12:30 pm to 1:00 pm Exhibits Dismantled 12:30 pm to 1:00 pm AWARDS 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm 2:00 pm to 2:20 pm 2:20 pm to 2:30 pm NAVIGATING MISSOURI S ACCESS TO CARE BARRIERS: Suzanne Alewine, Execu ve Director, Missouri Rural Health Associa on (moderator); Judy Shanley, Co-Director, Na onal Center for Mobility Management; Brian Bauer, A orney; Hall, Render, Killian, Heath, and Lyman, PLLC DREW PETERSON - HEALTH & WELLNESS ATTENDANCE DRAWINGS / MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN (S U H ) CLOSING REMARKS: T R, MRHA P, M V D, M D H S S NAME BADGES WILL BE COLLECTED FOR ATTENDANCE DRAWINGS! 9

12 2016 Sponsors & Exhibitors Aetna Better Health of MO 2420 Hyde Park Rd., Suite B Jefferson City, MO Phone: Representatives: Stephanie Thomeczek, Brian R. Dobbins, Esquire-CEO Bootheel Network for Health Improvements Booth # 2 Bootheel Babies & Families 406 US Highway 61 New Madrid, MO Phone: Representatives: Teletia Atkins, Morgan Nesselrodt s: Ecolane Booth # Main Street Elk Horn, IA Phone: Representative: Ella Carlson EnGraph Software Booth # W. 87th Street Pkwy., Suite 419 Lenexa, KS Phone: Representative: Kyle Archer Hall, Render, Killian, Heath & Lyman PLLC 201 West Big Beaver Rd., Suite 1200 Troy, MI Phone: Fax: Representative: Brian Bauer CORPORATE SPONSOR CORPORATE SPONSOR Home State Health Booth # Swingley Ridge Rd. Chesterfi eld, MO Phone: Representative: Francis Slay Jr. CORPORATE SPONSOR Medinexo Booth # Duncan Avenue, FL2 St. Louis, MO Phone: Representative: Thomas Brozka Mo. Dept. of Health & Senior Services Booth # 1 Offi ce of Primary Care & Rural Health P. O. Box 570 Jefferson City, MO Phone: Representatives: Melissa VanDyne, Lisa Branson Mo. Dept. of Insurance, Financial Institutions Booth # W. High, P.O. Box 690 Jefferson City, MO Phone: Representative: Carol Harden Missouri Foundation for Health 1000 St. Louis Union Station, Suite 400 St. Louis, MO Phone: PCCM Booth # 6 18 North Main St., Suite 101 P. O. Box 1927 Cape Girardeau, MO Phone: Representatives: Charlene Rioux, Sabina Salkic Phoenix Home Care Booth # Broadway, Suite A Jefferson City, MO Phone: Representative: Stephanie Witthar Pyramid Home Health Services Booth # 8 P O Box 1927 Cape Girardeau, MO Phone: Representatives: Jamie Wright, Michael Malone, Alice Whitehead Reach Healthcare Foundation 6700 Antioch Road, Suite 200 Merriam, KS Phone: Fax: Website: reachhealth.org Regroup Therapy Booth # N. Ravenswood Ave., Suite 201 Chicago, IL Phone: Representative: Tim Gustafson Truss 4550 W. 109th Street, #300 Overland Park, KS Phone: CONFERENCE SPONSOR CONFERENCE SPONSOR BRONZE SPONSOR PREMIUM SPONSOR GOLD SPONSOR UnitedHealthcare Phone: Representatives: Andrew Peterson, Dr. Ann Logarbo PLATINUM SPONSOR 10

13 ROOM Diagram Hawthorne I Cypress I Growth & Capacity Rural Health Restrooms Sycamore Room Hawthorne II Cypress II Transportation Coordination Systems Development Registration Desk Pre-Event

14 PRESENTER Showcase JONI ADAMSON As the Manager of Recruitment and Workforce Development, Joni is dedicated to increasing access to health care services in underserved areas. She works closely with healthcare professionals of various disciplines and specialties to assure they are aware of career options and employment opportunities in Missouri s Safety-Net System and to identify resources to help them reach their goal of working in an underserved area. She provides a great deal of assistance and guidance to community organizations to assist with recruitment and workforce development. She currently serves on the National Advisory Council for the National Health Service Corps; Board of Directors for the Rural Recruitment and Retention Network (3RNet); and Program Advisory Committee for Concorde Career College. She holds a Master of Business Administration degree from William Woods University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Management and Administration from Columbia College. SUZANNE ALEWINE Prior to forming Community Asset Builders, LLC, Suzanne Alewine was the Director of the Community Health Assistance Resource Team for the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services.Her expertise includes community assessment and data analysis, budgeting, accounting, resource development, and event management and planning. Suzanne completed an undergraduate degree in Business Administration ion and a Masters in Public Administration at the University of Missouri Columbia. She is a founding member of the Association for Community Health Improvement - and served as an Advisor from inception; is a past co-chair of the national Healthy Communities Network; and is a graduate of the Health Forum s Creating Healthier Communities Fellowship. AMANDA ARNOLD Amanda Arnold RN, BSN, Director of Nursing. Amanda Arnold is a Board Certifi ed Registered Nurse. Amanda has been at Health Care Coalition since 2013 where she has taken on the role of the Health Home Director for the state of Missouri s Patient Centered Health Home initiative. Amanda is currently the organizations Director of Nursing and is very excited to work hand in hand with all staff to improve the health of the rural population and take a stand for prevention. MICHELLE BEKEMEIER For over 18 years, Michelle has worked in the healthcare industry helping her customers meet their healthcare needs. She joined CoxHealth in 2011 and is currently in the role of Corporate Account Manager, focusing on enterprise growth through contracting, sales and business development. Michelle is a member of the Springfi eld Area Human Resource Association (SAHRA)and lives in Republic with her husband and two children. DORIS BOECKMAN Doris is co-founder of Community Asset Builders, LLC, providing community assessment, strategic planning, and resource development services to primarily non-profi t organizations; i.e., federally qualifi ed health care centers, hospitals, health systems and state associations. She is also a co-administrator of HealthTran, a program operated by the Missouri Rural Health Association. HealthTran links health care coordination and transportation mobility management services to create a simple, effective approach to improving access to care. She is the Missouri Rides to Wellness Director for the Missouri Rural Health Association, serving as the liaison between local, state and national organizations on issues that relate to improving health care access by reducing transportation barriers. Doris has previously been employed with the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, Missouri Hospital Association, Missouri Infertility Prevention Program and Missouri Medicaid Program. She has a BS Degree in Business Administration from Lincoln University, Jefferson City, MO. CYNDI BUSSEN Certifi ed Application Counselor Manager for CoxHealth in Springfi eld MO, serves as the hub leader for the Cover Missouri Coalition in the Southwest Missouri Region. The Cover Missouri Coalition was established by the Missouri Foundation for Health as a component of the Expanding Coverage Initiative. Cyndi has many years of experience in the healthcare industry working directly with physicians in an effort to build their practices and in administration. SHANNON CALHOUN Ms. Calhoun is Regional Vice President, Southwest, for the National Rural Accountable Care Consortium. She served as the Executive Director for the American Rural ACO in During her 20 years in rural healthcare, Mrs. Calhoun has been responsible for developing products and services for rural networks that create sustainable solutions and an economy of scale and scope for both the network and the network s rural healthcare members. Her work includes development of a rural PPO network, provider/payor contracting and credentialing, fee strategy development, direct contracting with employers, and Medicaid. She has been awarded grants totaling $9 million. All of Mrs. Calhoun s work is focused on programs that better position rural providers for healthcare reimbursement reform. Ms. Calhoun was awarded the Texas A&M University s Aggie 100 in 2011, 2013 and She also serves on the board of the Texas Health Services Authority by appointment of the Texas governor. KATE CONN Kate Conn, Certifi ed Application Counselor for CoxHealth, in Springfi eld is a part of the SW MO Regional Hub, established by the Missouri Foundation for Health (MFH), as a component of the Expanding Coverage Initiative. She is a member of the Cover Missouri Coalition and presented for the Enroll America Conference in TRENT DEVREUGD, MHA DeVreugd is a Program Quality Improvement Specialist for Primaris where he is working with communities to build capacity to address the growing numbers of diabetics throughout the state. He has worked extensively to improve care coordination between healthcare providers, community and patients. DeVreugd has 23 years of non-profi t leadership experience focusing on mental health, comprehensive neighborhood delivery systems, and health and aging initiatives in the Kansas City area. He resides in Kansas City with his wife Erin and 3 children. BRIAN R. DOBBINS, ESQ Mr. Dobbins was named Aetna s Chief Executive Offi cer in 2014; he has more than 20 years of experience in Medicaid and Medicare health care administration. He enjoys improving the overall operations of an organization and is skilled in implementing continuous quality improvement programs, enhancing customer value, and developing and implementing comprehensive training programs. In previous positions, Mr. Dobbins served as Chief Operations Offi cer of Optum North American Medical Management and Executive Director of United Healthcare Community Plan. He received a Juris Doctorate degree from Temple University School of Law and a Bachelor s degree in Business Administration & Accounting from Morehouse College. DEANA TUCKER DOTHAGE Mobility Manager, Boonslick Regional Planning Commission Deana Tucker Dothage has served as the Mobility Manager for Boonslick Regional Planning Commission since August She was hired to create a one call one click program in a fi ve county region to help people with disabilities and older adults fi nd rides utilizing existing transportation, to create a website, and to educate the community that this resource existed. Under the direction of BRPC and guidance from the Eastern Missouri Coordinating Transportation Council, Dothage developed the program and a website, known as MO RIDES. Dothage is working to develop a volunteer driver program that will pilot in the counties served by BRPC. Prior to mobility management, Dothage was in the insurance industry for 29 years, (18 years with her own agency, 11 years as a casualty claims adjuster) and law enforcement for 3 years. MARY GORDON HealthTran, Project Manager Mary Gordon is an experienced community organizer and has worked with grassroots collaborations to bring positive changes. With a focus on high risk families and specifi cally youth, she has worked from an in-home case manager to leadership positions. Her work as the Workforce Investment Program Functional Manager of the Mexico Missouri Career Center lead various state programing and assisted low-income families, dislocated, and youth with employment and career assistance. it Director of the Retired Senior Volunteer Program in Callaway County Missouri for 3 years, she started the annual 55&GO Senior Expo serving over 200 seniors and families with resources and information. She is most proud of the team effort of the county community grass roots collaborative which resulted in a Federally Qualifi ed Healthcare Center offering dental, family medicine, and behavior health services into the area. Earlier in her career, Mrs. Gordon owned and operated two businesses in her home town of Fulton, MO. ThankYOU 12

15 PRESENTER Showcase STANTON TODD HUDSON Associate Director, Center for Health Policy Stan Hudson is a health literacy expert and health policy analyst with 20 years of experience in health services research and 12 years of experience in health literacy with a focus on curriculum development. He earned an M.A. in Sociology from the University of Missouri and B.A.s in History, Political Science, and Sociology from Columbia College. Over the last decade he has led the development and implementation of health literacy education programs for consumers, health professionals, public health agents, consumer advocates, and health educators. In 2014, he became an NCCJ-certifi ed Facilitrainer and has been developing and implementing inclusion and diversity workshops for education, health, public health professionals, and students. HOLLY KREIENKAMP Holly Kreienkamp is the Mobility Manager for Meramec Regional Planning Commission (MRPC). As a professional service representative she came in contact with people on a daily basis that did not have transportation for even the most basic needs. It was a natural progression for her to take her previous experience into account and began working on solutions to address transportation within the rural areas of Missouri. She takes transportation seriously! In September 2015 she began her position as Mobility Manager for MRPC.. Kreienkamp has also been working to develop new transportation routes and a Transportation Voucher Program for residents within rural areas of the Meramec Region. Kreienkamp resides in Cuba, Mo. ANN KAY LOGARBO, MD, FAAP Ann Kay Logarbo is the Chief Medical Offi cer of the UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Louisiana. Dr. Logarbo joined UCH in 2012 as the Chief Medical Offi cer for the Community Plan of Louisiana. Prior to that she practiced pediatrics for 27 years in Covington, La., and was a founding partner of Northlake Pediatrics. While in practice, Dr. Logarbo served on the pediatrics committees of St. Tammany Parish Hospital and Lakeview Regional Medical Center, both in Covington. Since joining UHC, Dr. Logarbo has been recognized by New Orleans CityBusiness as one of their 2014 Women of the Year and as a 2015 Health Care Hero. She is also a member of the Louisiana chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics. JIM MIKES, CEO, MISSOURI HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION Jim Mikes is Vice President for Rural Advocacy and Regulation at the Missouri Hospital Association. He began his career as a respiratory therapist and has over twenty fi ve years of hospital leadership experience. Jim holds a graduate degree from St. Louis University and a doctorate from Tulane University. SANDRA MORRIS, SENIOR HEALTHTRAN COORDINATOR A 21-year background in working for the Family Support Division, Eligibility Specialist, with the last 13 years working from Ozark Medical Center in West Plains, MO. Sandra has a broad experience in the needs and barriers of southern rural Missourians. Her dedication, knowledge, and ability to communicate effectively with all types of people with all types of people make her an invaluable addition to the HealthTran team. ANTHONY NICHOLS For the past year, Anthony Nichols has serves as Mobility Manger for MO Rides in the central region which covers 8 counties. Apart from the primary service of ride to referrals to existing providers, Anthony has begun to utilize community partners for transportation pilot programs. His singular focus is to use any and all means at his disposal to help as many people as possible reach their destinations. Anthony s prior work involving youth and elementary education benefi ts his mobility management position. NANCI NIKODYN, NEMT Nanci has worked with the Department of Social Services for almost 25 years. She is a manager for MO HealthNet in the Program Operations unit. In addition to her other responsibilities she oversees the state contract with LogistiCare, the current non-emergency medical transportation broker. She thoroughly enjoys the work she does for MO HealthNet. CARRIE PORTER Carrie Porter is the Transportation Specialist/Older Americans Act Consultant for the Greater Wisconsin Agency on Aging Resources, Inc. GWAAR is an Area Agency on Aging serving 70 of the 72 counties and 11 tribes in Wisconsin. Carrie provides training and technical assistance to aging programs across WI in mobility management, transportation coordination, partnership building and program development. Carrie is a Certifi ed Mobility Manager, a board member of the WI Association of Mobility Managers (WAMM) and member of the WAMM Certifi cation and Training Committee. LESLIE PORTH PH.D., MPH, R.N. Senior Vice President of Strategic Quality Initiatives at Missouri Hospital Association Columbia, Missouri Area Hospital & Health Care Current - Missouri Hospital Association, University of Missouri Previous - Missouri Hospital Association Education - Walden University TONIANN RICHARD Toniann Richard is CEO of the Health Care Collaborative (HCC) of Rural Missouri, a Rural Health Network supported by the multiple funders, partners and investments. Toniann has over 20 years of experience in nonprofi t, and as many years of experience working with community networks. In the last four years, her expertise has been instrumental in successfully implementing and launching programs that improve access to care and health care delivery to underserved populations DANA SCHMITZ, MS Dana Schmitz received her BS & MS in Nutritional Sciences and Food from the University of Missouri-Columbia. She has worked in quality improvement, program management and data analysis with the Missouri Department of Mental Health as well as Department of Health and Senior Services. At Primaris, Ms. Schmitz currently leads the care transitions project team in developing a comprehensive quality improvement project, assisting communities in the selection of evidence-based interventions and compiling and interpreting the performance metrics that drive large scale change in those communities. JUDY SHANLEY, PH.D. Judy Shanley is the Vice President, Education and Youth Transition at Easterseals. She manages projects, provides technical assistance, conducts research, and develops materials regarding accessible transportation, mobility management, and coordinated transportation. Shanley also oversees Easterseals national education and youth transition programs. She serves as a project director to several large national centers, funded by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), and the Administration for Community Living, including the National Center for Mobility Management. Shanley supports FTA in their implementation of diverse Rides to Wellness initiatives. Prior to Easterseals, Judy worked at the U.S. Department of Education, where she served as a technical assistance chair for United We Ride and has over thirty-years of experience in supporting individuals with disabilities. She earned her Ph.D. in Special Education from the University of Florida and an M.B.A. and a Master s in Rehabilitation Counseling, both from Syracuse University. BROCK SLABACH Senior vice-president for member services, National Rural Health Association (NRHA). Brock joined the NRHA in He has administrative responsibility for all areas of member services, including membership, communications and meetings/exhibitions. He also coordinates the Healthcare Quality Technical Assistance center. He was a rural hospital administrator for more than 21 years. He has been on the board of the National Rural Health Association and the regional policy board of the American Hospital Association, as well as many regional and state boards involving rural health. Brock earned a master of public health degree in health administration from the University of Oklahoma and a B.S. degree in biology from Oklahoma Baptist University. He is a fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives. SUZANNE SMITH Suzanne Smith, Director of Network Development at HCC. She graduated from Central Missouri State University in 1989 with a Bachelor in Recreation and a minor in Business Management. She has served as the CEO of the Salt Fork YMCA. She provided leadership in a non-profi t setting to 60 staff members. Suzanne has been involved in fund development for over 12 years and has successfully written and secured over a million dollars worth of grant dollars from the Department of Economic Development for the State of Missouri Neighborhood Tax Credit program. At HCC, Suzanne is responsible for the Network Activities including general membership, local and federal grants, tele-health school based clinics, Community Health Workers, and networking outreach opportunities. Suzanne is supported by a full time network coordinator and fulltime transportation coordinator who assists with program and fi nancial reports and implementation. JORDAN SNOW, RESEARCH AND TA ANALYST, NCMM AND EASTERSEALS IOANA STAICULESCU Ioana Staiculescu is currently the research specialist at the Center for Health Policy at the University of Missouri and the interim project director of the Missouri Health Equity Collaborative. She has more than fi ve-year experience working on health disparities projects and health literacy education activities, with focus on mental health disparities, immigrant, refugee and LGBT health, as well improving the data collection processes and policies around race, ethnicity, language, sexual orientation and gender identity in hospitals and community health centers. Staiculescu is also a certifi ed FaciliTrainer by NCCJ St. Louis to assess, design, and deliver effective, quality diversity and inclusion programs. Ioana graduated the University of Medicine and Pharmacy Carol Davila in Bucharest, Romania in 2005 and from the University of Missouri with a Master s in Public Health in 2009 focused on health promotion and policy. 13

16 PRESENTER Showcase ANGELA SUTTON Angela Sutton is the Title VI/Nondiscrimination Program Coordinator for the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT). In this capacity, Mrs. Sutton is responsible for developing and directing the Title VI/Nondiscrimination Program for MoDOT. She has nearly 14 and a half years with the Department, in which 4 ½ years of this time has been within the External Civil Rights Division. Mrs. Sutton began her government career while pursuing her education at Lincoln University. She earned her Bachelors of Science degree in Business Administration in MELISSA VANDYNE Melissa VanDyne has fourteen years of experience working at the Department of Health and Senior Services. Melissa began her current position as the Rural Health Manager which serves as the Flex/Rural Hospital Coordinator and the Director of the State Offi ce of Rural Health on April 8, During this time, she has overseen the FLEX grant, SORH grant and SHIP grant. Melissa has also monitored the contracts associated with the various Offi ce of Rural Health programs. She has developed and analyzed survey and feedback from rural hospitals. Melissa has developed work plans for the Offi ce of Rural Health programs. DENNY WARD Denny Ward was named Executive Director of SMTS in December of He began his career with SMTS in 2006 as Controller, and was promoted to Assistant Executive Director in Denny serves on the Board of Directors for Missouri Public Transit Association, and is an avid supporter of human services in his region. Founded in 1973, SMTS provides service in 20 Missouri counties. In the last fi scal year, SMTS provided 300,000 one-way trips, driving some 4.2 million miles with a fl eet of 175 vehicles. REBECCA WEDDLE Born and raised in southwest Missouri, Rebecca Weddle joined CoxHealth in 2012 as Corporate Account Manager for CoxHealth, focusing on enterprise growth through contracting, sales and business development. Rebecca is a member of the Springfi eld Area Human Resource Association (SAHRA) and is active in the Springfi eld, Branson and Lebanon Chambers of Commerce and enjoys spending time away from work with her two daughters, Ashlyn and Addyson. DOROTHY YEAGER Dorothy Yeager was named Executive Director of OATS in July She started with OATS in 1987 after graduating from the University of MO and has held many positions with the company in communications and administration. She serves as Vice President of the MO Rural Health Association and MO Public Transit Association Boards of Directors and is also a State Delegate for the Community Transportation Association of America. Founded in 1971, OATS provides service in 87 MO counties. Last year, the OATS fl eet of more than 800 vehicles traveled over 14 million miles providing 1.5 million one-way trips. 14

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