With its latest MA Call Letter, CMS finalized its approach for Medicare Advantage (MA) plans to tailor supplemental benefits for beneficiaries with chronic conditions, including the flexibility to offer a portfolio of non-primarily health-related services.
CareJourney recently hosted a webinar that was moderated by our President, Aneesh Chopra, along with a panel of leading health care leaders discussing the policy imperatives, early feedback from SSBCI pioneers, and the operational challenges for provider networks tasked with implementation.
As the country continues to respond to COVID, including emerging issues such as social isolation for beneficiaries at greater risk for COVID mortality, MA plans are at the forefront of iterating on SDOH investments and surfacing, rapidly, what works and what doesn’t to drive member value.
- What is SSBCI and how could it impact my organization?
- How do I get a better understanding of my patient population and segment them for network growth and better care?
- What types of supplemental services could lead to greatest impact?
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