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06/30/2022

ACAP honors Sean Schreiber

Alliance Executive Vice President—Chief Operating Officer Sean Schreiber was nominated for the 2022 Association for Community-Affiliated Plans (ACAP) Making a Difference Award and received an honorable mention in recognition of his accomplishments.

Schreiber knows there is no health without behavioral health and throughout his 25-year career in community-based services and public managed care he has demonstrated that people can and do recover from mental illness and substance use disorders provided they have access to the proper treatment. His vision and hard work continue to be central to Alliance Health’s mission to improve the health and well-being of our members by ensuring highly effective, community-based support and care.

He has been a leader in designing and implementing innovative services and supports to more effectively serve the mental health, substance use disorder, and intellectual/development disability needs of the North Carolinians served by Alliance. Under his leadership, Alliance increased the number of Medicaid beneficiaries served by 75% since 2013 while maintaining extremely low denial rates for requested services (less than 1% for state-funded and 2-3% for Medicaid).

Schreiber was an original member of the Alliance team when we formed as a public managed care organization in 2013. Today Alliance Health has grown to serve approximately 105,000 Medicaid-eligible individuals and thousands of uninsured individuals in a six-county area that includes the Triangle (Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill) and Charlotte, the two largest metro areas in North Carolina.

ACAP is a national trade association which represents not-for-profit safety net health plans that serve more than 20 million enrollees through Medicaid, Medicare, and other public health coverage programs. Their mission is to strengthen these health plans in their work to improve the health and well-being of lower-income people and/or people with significant health needs.

We congratulate Sean for the exceptional work he continues to do at Alliance Health for the people and communities we serve.

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