Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) August 17, 2012
Sellers Dorsey is pleased to announce its sponsorship of the 2012 Medicaid Enterprise Systems Conference being held August 19 through August 23 in Boston, Massachusetts. The annual event provides attendees the opportunity to discuss best practices and the chance to network with industry experts and peers around MMIS and MITA, health insurance exchanges, eligibility and enrollment, and data analytics. In attendance from Sellers Dorsey will be Russell Pederson, Managing Principal; Jim Jones, Senior Consultant; Bill Larkin, Senior Consultant; and Jennifer Jordan, Consultant.
Attendees will have the opportunity to meet with federal officials from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, state Medicaid officials, product vendors, and colleagues to discuss innovations used to maximize Medicaid resources. Attendees can gain insight into the latest trends, federal policy and guidance direction, upcoming products, and other ways to generate more positive results from their own systems and processes.
Sellers Dorsey provides a wide range of services for its clients that benefit Medicaid enterprise systems and states. The firm specializes in health information technology planning, integration and operability, and Medicaid and CHIP eligibility and enrollment policy. Through strategic consulting services, Sellers Dorsey helps optimize resources so clients can succeed in the ever-changing public health care marketplace.
For more information about Sellers Dorsey and its Health Care Information Technology consulting services, please visit Sellers Dorsey. To meet with a member of the Sellers Dorsey team during the conference, please email email@example.com.
Sellers Dorsey is a national health care consulting firm that navigates the ever-changing landscape within the public and private sectors. Through deep industry expertise and a political lens, the firm provides clarity at the intersection of business and policy. Together with its clients, Sellers Dorsey realizes opportunities that enhance the bottom-line and ultimately improve the lives of people.