In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, addressing social determinants of health and delivering whole-person care has never been more critical for Medicare beneficiaries. Recent policy developments, including the CHRONIC Care Act and administrative changes have given Medicare Advantage (MA) plans increased flexibility to offer non-medical supplemental benefits to help meet these growing needs. Since then, MA plans and providers have developed innovative ways to deliver these crucial benefits.
On Tuesday, November 16, from 1-2 pm ET, join Long-Term Quality Alliance (LTQA) and ATI Advisory for the release of new insights and policy recommendations from over two years of qualitative and quantitative research on non-medical benefits.
Key stakeholders representing plans, providers, and policymakers, including panelists from the Administration for Community Living (ACL), Centene Corporation, and healthAlign, will discuss opportunities to advance non-medical supplemental benefits, including:
• How plans are using new authorities to deliver flexible, person-centered benefits
• How providers are creatively engaging with plans to deliver these benefits
• How the market for these benefits is evolving
• What obstacles remain, and what opportunities exist to improve delivery of these benefits to MA beneficiaries