Dual Eligible Special Needs Plans (D-SNP) can be an important building block for Medicare-Medicaid integration. States can use their contracts with these plans to advance integration and promote alignment of enrollees’ Medicare and Medicaid benefits and coverage by using strategies including default enrollment.
New information-sharing requirements for D-SNPs and state oversight and monitoring of D-SNPs helps to ensure that these plans promote care coordination and serve enrollees’ needs.
- State Contracting with Dual Eligible Special Needs Plans
- Aligning Enrollment
- Information-Sharing Requirements for Dual Eligible Special Needs Plans
- Oversight and Monitoring of Dual Eligible Special Needs Plans