For nearly two decades, Paradigm has hosted annual conferences to provide program coordinators the opportunity to participate in workshops and lectures geared toward supporting their work in the MAA and LEA Billing programs. These conferences provide a unique opportunity to connect with your peers and learn from not just our experts, but each other.

“Every year that I attend the conference I always take away some good information. Great group of people that are involved…” – Coordinator, San Luis Coastal

2018 Conference

Manage. Maximize. Protect.

Our 2018 School Medicaid Collaborative Annual Conferences focus on the three essential building blocks for any successful school Medicaid program: management, maximization, and protection.  Workshops will provide attendees an opportunity to learn more about each of these areas, apply some of the skills and tips in group activities, and take an even deeper look into each and how they can fit into your district’s specific needs.

Our conference objective is to expose attendees to new data and information that supports efforts to achieve compliance with program rules while running their most optimized and efficient programs. Contact your Paradigm Account Manager or email our Client Care Center to register and attend at one of our six locations:

February 28 in Clovis

March 1 in Fairfield

March 7 in Monrovia

March 8 in Ontario

March 14 in City of Orange

March 15 in San Diego

The School Medicaid Collaborative Annual Conferences are a great fit for anyone involved in the administration or day-to-day coordination of their school Medi-Cal programs and wants to expand their personal and professional development.

2017 Conference

Conference Highlights

Nearly 200 school health champions attended our annual School Medicaid Collaborative conferences this past Spring! Our thanks goes to our attendees for making our vision for this year’s conferences a reality. Here are some highlights from this year:

Creating, Maintaining, and Monitoring Daily Documentation

Tips for implementing processes and protocols to facilitate thorough and proper documentation on the part of providers and MAA program participants.

Understanding the RMTS Invoice

This session covered what you need to know about the new RMTS invoice and how to perform quality assurance checks and use data from your claim to encourage support from your administrators.

What’s Your Mission Statement?

A mission statement is a powerful tool in your efforts to motivate participants and engage administrators. Attendees honed their leadership skills and walked away with a mission statement and a plan for their programs.

Creating a Culture of Compliance

Using specific program requirements as examples (think: parent consent and physician prescriptions), attendees discussed how cultivating a culture of compliance can help make your job easier and less stressful while improving audit-readiness.

CRCS: Soup-to-Nuts

This session covered the information in your CRCS and supporting documentation, and how to leverage this information to improve your program.

Leveraging Your Data

This session covered how to use program data and reporting to gain actionable insights into the MAA and LEA Billing programs, and how to leverage those insights into improved billing, efficiency, and compliance.

Table Talks

  • Parent Consent, FERPA, & IDEA
  • Dealing with Difficult Participants
  • Billing for Non-IEP Services
  • Prescriptions, Referrals, & Recommendations

“Excellent conference! So good connecting and networking in addition to the excellent information that you all presented!” -Coordinator, Orange USD