5 Slides: Lessons learned through CalAIM implementation
August 24, 2022 | Virtual
August 24, 2022 | Virtual
Join us on August 24th for a virtual presentation from Health Net and community providers about their experience implementing the first phase of CalAIM – a nationally relevant initiative to transform California’s Medi-Cal system and drive health equity.
This presentation will focus on the Community Supports, a core component of CalAIM designed to address social determinants of health, and include lessons learned from implementation as well as insights for the broader initiative’s future. From Community Supports to Enhanced Care Management, from new patient populations to CBO involvement in the health care system, California has been implementing some major health policy changes this year.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to hear about how Health Net and its community partners are collaborating with the state to strengthen the safety net.
Date: Wednesday, August 24th, 2022
Time: 12:00 – 1:00 pm PST
Martha Santana-Chin serves as Health Net’s Medi-Cal President, providing executive oversight to Health Net’s Medi-Cal program. She has more than three decades of healthcare leadership experience working with independent physician practices and hospitals, federally qualified health centers, health plans, serving Medi-Cal and low-income communities. Santana-Chin, who often shares her story of growing up in extreme poverty, prides herself on understanding first-hand the struggles that many Medi-Cal enrollees face. Those challenges include food insecurity and transportation issues to homelessness and racial inequities among other social determinants of health.
Santana-Chin serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the United Way of Greater Los Angeles, is a member of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee for the Integrated Healthcare Association and is a member of the Executive Diversity and Inclusion Council for Centene. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Finance from California State University, Long Beach and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of California, Irvine.
Katherine “Kitty” Bailey is a nationally recognized public health leader with more than a decade of executive-level experience. She combines her business development skills, zest for innovation, and personal drive to help at-risk populations achieve health.
She was named the San Diego Wellness Collaborative’s first CEO in 2016 and has served as Executive Director of the Be There San Diego initiative since 2013. Under her leadership, Be There San Diego achieved significant growth and received numerous grant awards including a Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation Healthcare Innovation award, a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) award, and the California Accountable Community for Health Initiative (CACHI) award, which established the San Diego Accountable Community for Health.
Robert is the Founder & CEO of Roots Food Group, Chairman of the Board of Roots Food Foundation and Chairman of the Board of Feeding the Blind (501c3). Robert brings over 25 years of business experience with well-established firms, family offices and firms with an emphasis on complex deal structuring, international negotiations, product development, food manufacturing, logistics, farming, warehousing and distribution in a variety of markets and industries and has the ability to function in multiple capacities taking a product, company and engagement from concept to commercialization.
Robert has negotiated and launched in excess of one hundred food product manufacturing and licensing transactions with large CPG, media, technology, health, wellness and medical companies. A small sample of these customers include: University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Weight Watchers, Atkins, American Diabetes Association, Coca Cola, Pepsi Co., Smithfield Foods, Campbells Soup, Nestle, ConAgra, Hershey’s, Vice Media, Clorox, Once upon a Farm, Zipongo, Men’s Health, Women’s Health, Prevention Magazine to name a few.