Business & Finance Forums
Training and Special Events - ARRM Members-Only
Held twice a year, ARRM's Business & Finance Forums provide a time to connect with colleagues and receive up-to-the-minute developments on emerging financial and operational trends, legislative matters, state statutes and procedures, information technology, and more. Over 150 ARRM member decision-makers, operations and IT staff, and provider executives attend.
November 15, 2017 | Lost Spur Golf Club | Eagan, MN
The Fall Business & Finance Forum covers many of the most significant issues and opportunities for HCBS providers, from engaging with local governments on issues from housing ordinances and other municipal and county policies, to the provider enrollment process.
Registration is open - click here to register now
Registration opens, breakfast served
Presented by Dani Bean, DHS Provider Enrollment
Legislative Champion Award
DHS Innovation Grants
Presented by Dan Newman, DHS Disability Services Division
Funding Technology Supports
Presented by the ARRM Technology Work Group
Local Government Issues and Engagement
Presented by Mary Gaasch, Mayor of Lauderdale, MN (Hammer Residences) | Josh Berg, Elko New Market, MN City Council Member (Accessible Space) | Barb Turner, ARRM
Presented by Don Priebe, Homeward Bound
Presented by Jill Slaikeu, DHS Licensing
Murphy vs. Piper Lawsuit Update
Presented by Sam Orbovich
2018 Legislative Outlook
Presented by Phil Griffin, ARRM Lobbyist
Click here to register for the 2017 Fall Business & Finance Forum
Interested in sponsoring the Fall Forum? Learn more on our sponsorship page.
March 21, 2017 | Lost Spur Golf Club | Eagan, MN
The 2017 Spring Forum was attended by an audience of more than 160 engaged organization leaders. Attendees heard from several representatives from the Minnesota Department of Human Services on a range of topics, including new information on billing changes, the 245D waiver re-enrollment process and Net Study 2.0 information. DHS staff were able to answer many follow up questions from attendees and also heard from providers about concerns and potential impacts of changes that they will take back and look at addressing, in consultation with ARRM.
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