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CEO Abner Mason Shares Five Lessons for Building a More Equitable P...
July 05, 2021
The pandemic has taught us how to build a stronger, more equitable healthcare system. In this OliverWyman op-ed, Abner Mason, Founder and CEO of ConsejoSano, suggests that leaders from health plans and health systems take a page out of this playbook to make sure we all learn from past mistakes.

CEO Abner Mason joins board of California Black Health Network
July 01, 2021
"As the only Black-led, state-wide organization dedicated to advancing health equity for all Black Californians, we are privileged to have Abner's help in guiding our outreach, education, and advocacy efforts," said CBHN Board Chair Brenda Shipp. "I look forward to his contributions as he and his fellow board members strive for a California where every member of the Black community can live a long and healthy life, free from violence, racism, and health inequities."

Praise, criticism: Biden Administration repeals Medicaid work requi...
June 29, 2021
"It's targeting people who don't necessarily have voices, and it's taking the wrong approach ... The whole notion that someone is sitting around saying, 'I want to be on Medicaid so I'm not going to work' is, in my opinion, a ridiculous thing. Statistics show that people who aren't aged, blind, or disabled -- the vast majority of them are working." - ConsejoSano's SVP, Strategy, Gary Rosenfield

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Infographic: Advancing Healthcare From 4 Key Perspectives (HIMSS)
June 28, 2021
“Value-based care is better at predicting how people behave, and that’s where AI and machine learning can be powerful tools,” says Abner Mason, Founder and CEO of ConsejoSano, and HIMSS Global Health Equity Network member. “They can also help payers craft contracts that make sense for their organization, but also for the provider partners.” Read more about the opportunity health plans have to lead healthcare innovation, and the barriers they often must overcome to do so.

HCBiz podcast by Glide Health IT
Podcast with CEO Abner Mason on Customizing Engagement to Match the...
June 28, 2021
When helping payers and providers get their patients into clinics and closing gaps in care, it starts with “creating content based on culture; based on deeper factors than language,” says Abner Mason, Founder and CEO of ConsejoSano, in this "HCBiz Show!" podcast by Glide Health IT.

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SVP Gary Rosenfield discusses MCO/Provider collaboration how care f...
June 25, 2021
“As you move to managed care, you start controlling the cost better, because it becomes more predictable. You could forecast, to some extent, how many lives are going to be covered,” explains Gary Rosenfield, a senior vice president at ConsejoSano. More in AIS Health.

ConsejoSano, Priority Health Plan Partner With Aunt Bertha and Soci...
June 23, 2021
“As we work to improve health equity, we’re thrilled to partner with Priority Health on their SDOH program. I believe the outcome of this partnership with Aunt Bertha, Socially Determined, and Priority Health will become the gold standard of member experience and support.” -Abner Mason CEO, ConsejoSano

From HIT Consultant: Priority Health Partners with ConsejoSano to L...
June 23, 2021
To create a data-driven, full lifecycle approach in a way that no one else has done yet, Priority Health has partnered ConsejoSano, Socially Determined, and Aunt Bertha, industry leaders in addressing different aspects of SDOH. Read more about this partnership

SVP Gary Rosenfield on President Biden’s Potential HCBS Inves...
June 16, 2021
The potential $400 billion in home- and community-based services funding is a building block towards a broader social determinants of health infrastructure, says Gary Rosenfield, SVP, ConsejoSano. More in this Inside Health Policy piece by Maya Goldman.

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How Undermining Medicaid Cuts Into Health Plans’ Revenues, Co...
May 21, 2021
“Plans want more people enrolled, whatever the product is,” Gary Rosenfield, senior vice president at ConsejoSano, explains. “With Medicaid, they get a capitated rate per member per month. If people are starting to be cut from the rolls because the state is making them have to prove their income every three months instead of once a year, then all of a sudden, you get your new enrollment file and you lose all these members. This could be a big hit to their revenue." More in AIS Health.