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Exploring Health Reform and Criminal Justice:
Rethinking the Connection between Jails and Community Health,
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Hosts
Julia Lear, Chairperson, Community Oriented Correctional Health Services

Nancy Barrand, Special Adviser for Program Development,
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

A New Landscape for Public Health and Public Safety

Introduction
Michael DuBose, CEO, COCHS

Speaker
Bonita Veysey, Associate Professor,
The School of Criminal Justice at Rutgers – The State University of New Jersey

Keynote

Introduction
Nancy Barrand

Speaker
Laurie Robinson, Assistant Attorney General,
U.S. Department of Justice

The Criminal Justice System and Medicaid:
Collaboration or Collision Post Health Reform?

Question and Answer Session, Part 1

Question and Answer Session, Part 2

Moderator
Steve Somers, President and CEO, Center for Health Care Strategies, Inc.

Presenter
Allison Hamblin, Director, Center for Health Care Strategies, Inc.

Discussants
David Mancuso, Senior Research Manager,
Department of Social and Health Services

Joan Erney, Chief Business Development and Public Policy Officer, Community Care

Westley Clark, Director, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, SAMHSA

Can Health Reform Reduce Spending and Lower Recidivism for our Nation’s Jails?

Question and Answer Session, Part 1

Question and Answer Session, Part 2

Moderator
Mady Chalk, Director, Center for Policy Research and Analysis
Treatment Research Institute

Presenter
Pam Rodriguez, President, TASC

Discussants
Malvise Scott, Senior Vice President,
National Association of Community Health Centers

Paul Samuels, Director and President, Legal Action Center

Linda Rosenberg, President and CEO,
National Council for Community Behavioral Health Care

The Path Ahead: Where Do We Go From Here?

Moderator
Steven Rosenberg, President, COCHS

Discussants
MaryAnne Lindeblad, Assistant Secretary, Aging and Disabilities Services Administration,Department of Social and Health Services

Flo Stein, Chief, Community Policy Management Section Division of MH/DD/SAS

Judge William Dressel, President, National Judicial College