Barbara Selter

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Barbara Selter

Vice President, Health Services

Ms. Selter brings more than 30 years of experience in the design, development and implementation of health programs for a variety of state and federal agencies. She has focused on the use of technology and process re-design to optimize health and human service program delivery. Ms. Selter helps lead the Company’s solutions for Long Term Services and Supports, using technology and business process management tools to gain efficiencies in the administration of Medicaid waiver programs, Medicare-Medicaid Dual Eligibles Demonstrations, and Home and Community-Based Services. She performs research on the use of telecare and telemedicine to enable senior populations in underserved rural areas to “age-in–place” safely and achieve better health outcomes. Ms. Selter holds a master’s degree in technology management from American University.

April 05, 2017

Now what? Long-Term Care after the American Health Care Act

The administration has signaled a three-pronged strategy for overhauling health care in America. First, repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and replace it with new legislation. Second, implement aggressive regulatory actions by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Third, advance specific pieces of new legislation that have bipartisan support.

While the initial replacement legislation, the American Health Care Act (AHCA), was pulled from a vote in the House, leaders are now shifting to HHS and regulatory actions in an effort to advance their policy interests.

March 02, 2015

CMS’ Duals Clarifications Enable State Innovation

Improving care at a manageable cost for people who are dually-eligible for Medicare and Medicaid is the heart of the latest demonstration initiatives from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). This demonstration is titled “Enrollment and Retention Flexibilities to Better Serve Medicare-Eligible Medicaid Enrollees”. Specifically, CMS expands the demonstration to include a broad range of dually-eligible Medicare/Medicaid recipients under existing authorities, not just the fully-eligible populations comprising the current 13 state demonstrations.


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