Date: April 18 – 20, 2022

Venue: Hilton Baltimore, Maryland, United States


Event overview

State Healthcare IT Connect Summit (The Summit) is an annual gathering of health and human services (HHS) executives from the government and the industry. The Summit provides a platform for attendees to share ideas and benchmark implementation strategies of state health IT systems.

The 2022 State HIT Connect Summit will provide a unique lens on leading-edge technology innovations that are driving transformation and modernization of health IT systems.

Connect with Infosys Public Services

Infosys Public Services is a Silver sponsor of the 2022 State Healthcare IT Connect Summit. Meet our experts to learn how state health agencies are accelerating their transformation to become more digital and resilient. Drop by our booth (40) to see innovative IT solutions that are transforming core areas including Medicaid, Child Welfare, Data & Analytics and IT Operations.

Join our roundtable session on April 19th to learn how health agencies can enable integrated services delivery through Medicaid Enterprise System efforts.



Rick Brady

Rick Brady, Associate Partner & Head of HHS, Infosys Public Services

Rick leads the Health and Human Services practice at Infosys Public Services. He has 20+ years of experience in healthcare and public sector.

Session details


Enabling Integrated Services Delivery through Medicaid Enterprise System efforts


April 19, 2022


1:30 PM ET


Rick Brady, Associate Partner & Head of HHS, Infosys Public Services

Session Description

As states work to enable Integrated Services Delivery (ISD) and modernize the Medicaid Enterprise, they can take advantage of the synergies in both functionality and funding. Use of a MES integration platform will ease the ability to integrate disparate social programs, bringing educational, child welfare, childcare, Medicaid, vaccination, and other data together to enable Integrated Services Delivery. Leveraging a unified automated data science-based analytics platform can improve ISD results through delivery of personalized and targeted interventions. Medicaid funds and technologies can be used to further ISD goals. In this roundtable, we will discuss potential approaches, solutions, and examples of how states are enabling Integrated Services Delivery.

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