August 15-18, 2022

KPMG at MESC 2022

Harvey Levin

Harvey Levin

Managing Director, Health & Government Solutions, KPMG US

+1 401-528-2602

Mark Calem

Mark Calem

Advisory Managing Director, Health & Government Solutions, KPMG LLP

+1 703-286-8624

Michael Wirth

Michael Wirth

Advisory Managing Director, Health & Government Solutions, KPMG US

+1 804-782-4434

KPMG is pleased to participate in the Medicaid Enterprise Systems Conference, MESC 2022, in Charlotte, North Carolina.The conference brings together state, federal, and private sector thought leaders to exchange ideas related to Medicaid systems and health policy affected by those systems.

Join KPMG for an insightful industry session

Ideation to Certification

Tuesday, August 16th | 2:00 PM EDT | Room E218

Medicaid faces an “Integration Imperative” today, with many forces pushing states to modernize their MES systems. MES modules offer promise to provide effective business solutions, and new market vendors are bringing exciting and innovative module solutions. Where do you start? What modules make sense? How can you keep business users and the IT community aligned? What’s the right platform to get legacy and new IT systems connected? Will your MES get certified? Do you have the staff to be successful? In the last few years, we’ve seen several state MES projects stall, even those that have continued appear to have experienced schedule and budget impacts.

In this session, we’ll talk with Medicaid leaders of current MES modernization projects and hear the business and IT challenges they have (and are) facing and lessons learned.

Connect with us at sessions throughout MESC

KPMG professionals will also join industry leaders in moderating and presenting in other sessions throughout the conference. Stop by one of the below! 

Tuesday, August 16th
1:00 PM

Wyoming WINGS: Effectively Managing Our Modular MES with Multiple Vendors

E220 DE

4:30 PM

Leveraging MES technologies to optimally support Population Health and Health Equity Approaches

E220 ABC

Wednesday, August 17th
9:00 AM

Improving efficiency across Tennessee through collaboration of Business Relationship Management and Project Portfolio Management capabilities.

E220 DE

10:30 AM

Testing and Managing Multiple Vendors: Don’t Roll the Dice!

E219 A

Thursday, August 18th
9:00 AM

Enterprise Test Management Office (eTMO) ‚ A Key Ingredient to Quality Product Outcomes!

E220 DE

1:00 PM

Streamlined Modular Certification Dashboard... As seen in "TN"

E220 DE


Stop by the KPMG booth 

Stop by booth #110 or visit us in demo room E216A to connect with our team. We will be highlighting how we help states streamline their unique Medicaid modernization journeys through a business-driven approach to deliver better outcomes. Additionally, we will be providing demonstrations of our innovative enablers, including our KPMG Enterprise Reference Architecture (KERA) Online and KPMG Resource Integration Suite (KRIS) Connected platforms.


Our latest insights


Five reasons MES modernization projects fail
As nearly every Medicaid program in the nation is undergoing massive transformations of their Medicaid enterprise systems (MES), the risk of failure seems to hang over program leadership. This concern is not unwarranted, as a number of MES projects have failed in the last decade. However, while there are countless reasons why your project might fail or stall, the tools to prevent are within your grasp, including your Systems Integrator (SI).

Our services and enablers

KPMG Resource Integration Suite (KRIS) Connected Platform
The KPMG Resource Integration Suite (KRIS) Connected Platform is the future-ready Medicaid enterprise integration solution that seamlessly connects your state agencies, partners, and providers – for the ultimate purpose of connecting your citizens to the healthcare they deserve.


KPMG Enterprise Reference Architecture (KERA)
The KPMG Enterprise Reference Architecture (KERA) links your program goals, state-specific business requirements, and certification outcomes to your program workflows, data, and system architecture, providing one achievable plan for delivering your Medicaid enterprise system.


Transformation Advisory Services
Transformation Advisory Services can help guide Medicaid enterprise system modernizations that meet business and technical objectives, program and regulatory requirements, and quality and budget expectations.