Alabama Select Network (ASN) is an Integrated Care Network (ICN) that provides enhanced case management, education, and outreach services to Medicaid members needing long-term services and supports (LTSS). Long-term services and supports include help doing everyday activities that you may no longer be able to do for yourself as you grow older, or if you have a physical disability – services like bathing, dressing, getting around your home, preparing meals, or doing household chores. Long-term services and supports include care in your own home or in the community that may keep you from having to go to a nursing home for as long as possible. These are called Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS). Long-term services and supports also include care in a Nursing Home.
AlaHealth is an Alabama for-profit corporation and has worked with the Agency since 2014 towards implementation of MyCare Alabama's Regional Care Organization and Health Home programs. The populations served by those programs are similar to LTSS populations as they are both high-touch and require care coordination services.
Shared Health, Inc.
Shared Health is a Tennessee for-profit corporation that has eight years' experience with Medicaid LTSS programs in four states.
Alabama Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs)
The AAAs have extensive experience assisting aging citizens with case managem ent and other services that are vital to enhancing quality of life.