The Future of Medicaid in New York State

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<p>As plans are made for the 2008-2009 New York State budget, changes to the Medicaid program serving the poor and disabled will soon be proposed by the Spitzer administration. An upcoming New York Academy of Medicine event will address problems and possibilities for the future of Medicaid in New York State.<Br><br><strong>Event:</strong> Medicaid Reform in New York State: What's on the Horizon and What It Means for Consumers, Providers and Insurers<br><strong>Date:</strong> October 23, 2007<br><strong>Time:</strong> 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.<br><strong>Location:</strong> The New York Academy of Medicine, 1216 5th Ave., at 103rd St., New York, NY<br><strong>Speakers:</strong> Ellen Rautenberg, President and CEO, Medical and Health Research Association (moderator); Mark L. Kissinger, New York State Deputy Commissioner, Office of Long Term Care; Deborah Bachrach, New York State Deputy Commissioner, Office of Health Insurance Programs and Medicaid Director; Paula Wilson, Consultant, Former Head, Medicaid Institute of UHF<br><br>To receive additional information, please contact Donald Morcone, <a href="mailto:[email protected]">[email protected].</a><br><br>To register, visit <a href="">https://www.nyam…;