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 as offerings of non-medical supplemental benefits increase in light of these changes? What are MA plan considerations for the 2022 bid process? What short- and long-term policy opportunities exist to enhance the availability of non-medical supplemental benefits to Medicare beneficiaries?
Join LTQA and ATI Advisory for a webinar featuring a panel of key stakeholders, including representatives from health plans, providers, and advocacy groups, on opportunities to advance non-medical supplemental benefits in 2022 and beyond.