The COVID-19 public health emergency did more than just disrupt health care delivery, it exposed existing challenges faced by those with complex needs and amplified long-standing disparities for people of color and those with social risk challenges that impacted access. In the midst of crisis, there have been lessons learned, new approaches to care delivery, new flexibilities, and new innovations.
This vital virtual meeting will be spread over four (4) days, with sessions that will include Changes in Long-Term Care Post COVID; New Models of innovation for Complex Care; The Role of SNPs and MMPs in VBID models; and Evaluating Quality During and Post-COVID. We will be exploring proposed models of dual integration, and better understand the impact of social and racial disparities on health. CMS will provide insights into guidance related to integration requirements for Medicare and Medicaid, as well as address attendee questions.
As we have done in the past, we will address policy, operations, innovations and service delivery — all with our focus on shared learning, the hallmark of the SNP Alliance. These four days will be rich with content and ‘can’t-miss’ insights from national experts.
And a few follow-up words from our sponsors
Meeting materials from before 2013 are archived and can be found below.