The SNP Alliance is a national leadership organization dedicated to improving total quality and cost performance through specialized managed care, and advancing integration of health care for individuals who are dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid. As an invitation only leadership group, our membership includes representation from many of the nation's leading health plan organizations. SNP Alliance members serve over 50 percent of Special Needs Plans (SNPs) enrollees with representation from all SNP types, including those serving: (1) beneficiaries dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid benefits (D-SNPs); (2) those diagnosed with a severe or disabling chronic condition (C-SNPs); and (3) those living in or eligible for nursing home care (I-SNPs). About three-quarters of the Alliance’s members operate fully-integrated, dual-eligible SNPs (FIDESNPs) or plans in the CMS Financial Alignment demonstration (MMPs).
The SNP Alliance seeks to help government and plans improve policy and practice in care of high-risk beneficiaries including the dually eligible, frail elders, adults with disabilities and others with serious chronic conditions.
SNP Alliance services include:
In 2004, the SNP Alliance was founded and managed as a planned change initiative of the National Health Policy Group. In January 2017, the SNP Alliance was established as a national, membership nonprofit organization with corporate offices in Washington DC.