Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Kissner, six Medicaid directors from other states pulled out in support of countrywide institute

Kissner, six Medicaid directors from other states pulled out in support of countrywide institute
State Medicaid Commissioner Lawrence Kissner is single of seven state train directors to participate in the year-long Medicaid Leadership Institute, which Gov. Steve Beshear thought will help Kissner's aptitude to present high-quality, cost-effective vigor thoughtfulness services to Kentuckians.
The Medicaid Leadership Institute was residential in 2005 to enhance strategic thinking and leadership skills amongst Medicaid directors, and it is managed by the Center in support of Health Care Strategies and funded by the Robert forest Johnson Foundation.

The institute is directed by Carolyn Ingram, the center's senior sub- president and a earlier New Mexico Medicaid director. Ingram thought in a news announce, “Each of these seven Medicaid directors is effectively the president of single of the chief vigor insurers in his or her state. . . . Commissioner Kissner and the other Medicaid directors chosen bring a diverse array of experiences to the Institute and will spur both other to take chubby help of opportunities to transform the nation’s vigor thoughtfulness safety earn.”  Click at this point to read more or at this point in support of more in rank almost the Medicaid Leadership Institute.

Kissner was named leader of the Department in support of Medicaid Services in June 2012.  He is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame with a bachelor’s in commercial administration and has just about 30 years of experience in the concealed insurance industry.  He on the whole recently served as president and president of Magnolia Health Plan in Jackson, Miss. He was president of UnitedHealthcare of Kentucky from 2004 to 2006, according to the department's website. 

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