Colorado Managed Care Collaborative 2017 Healthcare Forum

CMCC Forum

7:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Children's Hospital Colorado Main Campus
13123 E 16th Ave
Aurora, CO 80045
Colorado Managed Care Collaborative


CORHIO is proud to sponsor this event and will have an informational table - please stop by!

CMCC's first ever half-day program! Join us to hear from healthcare industry thought leaders and meet with your health plan representatives all in one place.

To register: https://cmccgroup.org/event-2199882/Registration

FREE to CMCC members! Become a member for the same price you will pay to attend this single event. CMCC membership includes 12 months of CMCC programs, networking events, legislative updates, and access to our job board. Become a member today and register for this special event! Click here to become a member.


7:00 am Registration and Breakfast
7:45 am Welcome and Announcements
Brandon Elliott, CMCC President
Director of Hospital and Transplant Contracting, UCHealth
8:00 am
"Current Issues in Commercial Managed Care Regulation in Colorado"

Speaker: Marguerite Salazar
Commissioner, CO Division of Insurance
8:45 am
"The Road Less Traveled: Case Studies in Patient Safety and Just Culture"

Speaker: Dr. Alan Lembitz
Chief Medical Officer, COPIC
9:30 am
Meet Your Payors -Interactive Session
Anthem BCBS
CIGNA Healthcare
Denver Health Medical Plan
Dept. of Workers' Compensation
United Healthcare

10:15 am
"Forecast 2018: Healthcare Legislative Update"

Speaker: Mike Feeley, JD
Brownstein Hyatt Farber and Schreck
11:00 am
"Colorado's Exchange: Past, Present and Future"

Speaker: Kate Harris, MPA
Policy and External Affairs Director
Connect for Health Colorado
11:45 am
"The Reality of Consumer Choice: The ER Dilemma"

Speaker: Cari Frank
VP of Communication and Marketing
Center for Improving Value in Health Care, CIVHC

Speaker: Katherine Blair Mulready, JD, MPS
VP of Legislative Policy and Chief Strategy Officer, CHA
12:45 pm
Closing Remarks

Parking Information
Free parking is available in the parking garage directly in front of the hospital.