Maximus to Present at the National Association for Medicaid Program Integrity Conference; John Crouse Quoted

Jeff Brody

Maximus announced on Tuesday that the company’s Vice President of Health Services John Crouse will lead a session titled “Work Requirements and Community Engagement,” during the 35th Annual National Association for Medicaid Program Integrity (NAMPI) Conference.

Crouse’s discussion will highlight what meaningful community engagement looks like beyond beneficiary attestation, and how to manage transitional populations and implement a sustainable approach to long-term compliance.

“State programs are challenged with obtaining accurate verification documents effectively from transitional populations,” commented Crouse. “By implementing digital tools that facilitate the collection process and empower members to self-serve, states can achieve their workforce enablement goals and decrease program costs.”

NAMPI encompasses all 50 states and has members from various professional disciplines, working together to focus on limiting fraud and abuse in the National Medical Assistance Program. The NAMPI Conference will take place August 25-28, 2019 at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis in Atlanta, Georgia.

About Maximus

Since 1975, Maximus has operated under its founding mission of Helping Government Serve the People, enabling citizens around the globe to successfully engage with their governments at all levels and across a variety of health and human services programs.

Maximus delivers innovative business process management and technology solutions that contribute to improved outcomes for citizens and higher levels of productivity, accuracy, accountability and efficiency of government-sponsored programs.

With more than 30,000 employees worldwide, Maximus is a proud partner to government agencies in the United States, Australia, Canada, Saudi Arabia, Singapore and the United Kingdom.

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