The introduction of Special Supplemental Benefits for the Chronically Ill (SSBCI) and the expanded definition of “primarily health-related” supplemental benefits (PHRB) has given Medicare Advantage (MA) plans increased flexibility in 2020 to offer non-medical supplemental benefits, and to target them to members with chronic conditions. What opportunities and roadblocks exist for MA plans and providers? What are MA plan considerations for the 2021 bid process? What short- and long-term policy opportunities exist enhance the availability of non-medical supplemental benefits to Medicare beneficiaries and to increase benefit utilization?
Join LTQA and ATI Advisory for a webinar on Friday, December 4 to learn more about findings from analyses of publicly available CMS data and interviews with MA plans and providers, and to hear from key stakeholders on opportunities to advance non-medical supplemental benefits going forward.