3rd Annual GCC Conference
September 19th, 2017 | Trenton, NJ
With health care reform in and out of the national spotlight and a governor’s race approaching in November, national and state Medicaid experts, policymakers, and community members gathered in Trenton for the third annual Good Care Collaborative conference, Complex Care in New Jersey Medicaid: Setting a Vision. After hearing from panelists about bright spots of innovation across the country and state, the 130 attendees had the chance to write suggestions to the new state administration to advance complex care in New Jersey.
Toyin Ajayi, MD, MPhil
Chief Health Officer of Care Lab at Sidewalk Labs, where she is building personalized social care models for patients and communities with complex health and social needs. She is a true leader in designing, implementing, and evaluating clinical interventions to improve the quality, patient-centeredness, and cost of health care delivery in complex and multi-morbid patient populations. Previously, as the Chief Medical Officer at the Commonwealth Care Alliance (CCA) in Boston, MA, Toyin oversaw clinical delivery and clinical operations.
Frederick Isasi, JD, MPH
As Executive Director of Families USA, a leading national health care advocacy organization, Frederick pursues the goal of high-quality, affordable health care for all. In his previous roles, as Health Division Director for the National Governor’s Association Center for Best Practices and as Vice President for Health Policy at the Advisory Board Company, Frederick fought for health care service delivery and payment reform, state employee and retiree health benefits, maternal and child health, prescription drug abuse prevention, and health insurance exchange implementation.