MMNY’s work related to DSRIP has focused on community engagement, how community-based organizations are involved at the local level, and what we can do to enhance engagement statewide. MMNY hosted this opportunity for CBOs from across the state to come together to share what we have learned, discuss policy recommendations, and strategize on how to reach our goals.
Forum materials can be found at the links provided in the Forum agenda below:
10:15-10:20 Welcome and opening remarks
- Medicaid Matters NY Steering Committee Co-Chairs: Briana Gilmore and Mark Hannay
10:20-11:30 Panel: DSRIP Community Engagement Across the State
The panel will present on community engagement activities in DSRIP across the state. What are the Performing Provider Systems doing to engage the communities they aim to serve? How effective are their efforts? What are the barriers community-based organizations face in fully participating in DSRIP?
- Moderator: Briana Gilmore, Community Access
- Lara Kassel, Medicaid Matters NY
MMNY statewide work and survey findings
- James Blum and Zina Huxley-Reicher, East Harlem Community Health Committee, Inc.
DSRIP Impact Analysis Project
- Marcus Harazin, StateWide Senior Action Council
Elizabeth Berka, Southern Tier Independence Center
MMNY DSRIP local grants projects
1:00-2:30 Panel: Emerging Best Practices, Informing Policy and Advocacy
The panel will discuss a variety of best practices emerging across the state and provide perspectives on how we might use what we know to inform policy recommendations at the state and local levels.
- Moderator: Lara Kassel, Medicaid Matters NY
- Gwen O’Shea, Health and Welfare Council of Long Island
Project 11 and connecting people to community-based services
- Gail Myers, StateWide Senior Action Council
NYS DOH DSRIP CBO Strategic Planning Grant
- Latisha Gibbs, Health People and Communities Together for Health Equity
Importance of consumer perspective, and Innovation Fund proposal
2:30-3:00 Next steps, closing remarks