Toolkit

How health plans can develop a successful RFP response

    Medicaid managed care bids are more competitive than ever as plans feel growing pressure from states to manage costs. The stakes for responses to Requests for Proposal (RFP) are higher—plans must not only tout high quality and low cost networks, but also stand out as an innovator in the industry.

    To support your development of RFP responses, we’ve mapped our most relevant resources to the major sections of an RFP response. Although every RFP uses different terminology, each one ultimately requires plans to show competency in these major Medicaid categories: provider network, member engagement, utilization management, payment reform, care management, and social determinants.

    Log in to access this content

    Log in

    Don't have an account? Learn about membership benefits

    X
    Cookies help us improve your website experience. By using our website, you agree to our use of cookies.