MESC 2014 Call for Abstracts 

Thank you for your interest in the 2014 Medicaid Enterprise Systems Conference.  The theme of this year’s conference is Moving Mountains with Medicaid Technology.

The five main subject tracks and priority themes for the agenda will cover a wide range of topics critically important to Medicaid Technology, and have been identified as follows: 

  1. Developing the Enterprise
    1. Procurement Strategies
    2. RFP Development
    3. Strategic Planning
    4. Use of COTS Products and/or Open Source Software
    5. Seven Standards and Conditions
      1. Modularity
      2. MITA Condition
      3. Industry Standards
    6. MITA 3.0
    7. Testing
  2. Strategies for Effectively Governing and Managing the Enterprise
    1. Knowledge Transfer / Training
    2. Risk Management and Legal Accountability
    3. Funding Options and Fiscal Management
    4. Innovative Approaches to Governance
    5. Data Governance
  3. Achieving Compliance
    1. Compliance with the Affordable Care Act
    2. CMS demonstration and grant programs
      1. Interoperability and data exchange models
      2. Replicability
    3. CAQH CORE Operating Rules
    4. ICD-10
    5. MITA Self Assessments
    6. MITA Certification Process: State Perspectives
    7. Privacy and Security
    8. T-MSIS/MSIS
  4. Driving Improvements Using Data & Analytics
    1. Seven Standards and Conditions
      1. Business Results
      2. Reporting
    2. Advanced Data ETL and Mining
    3. Data Warehouses / All Payer Claims Databases
    4. EHR Incentive Programs Reports, Analysis, and Development
    5. Meaningful Use: Stage 2
  5. Building Interoperability Across health systems and human service programs
    1. Collaboration Between Human Service Agencies
    2. Seven Standards and Conditions
      1. Integrating with HIE and HIX
      2. Reusability
    3. HIE and HIX Funding and Sustainability
    4. ACOS, Accountable Care Communities, and Health Homes
    5. Provider Directories / eMPI
    6. Eligibility and Enrollment Systems
    7. System interfaces with State and Federal agencies
    8. Integrating with other Benefit Programs
    9. Integration with the Federally Facilitated Marketplace
    10. Shifting from the Federal Marketplace to a State-based Marketplace


The submittal deadline for abstracts was March 19, 2014.
Notification of the acceptance of your abstract will be sent by email in mid-April.
If you have any questions regarding your submission or the abstract submission process, please contact