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New Opportunities for AAAs in Medicare Advantage

Join us in May for a new webinar from n4a's Aging and Disability Business Institute that explores new Medicare Advantage regulations and their potential to accelerate partnerships between CBOs and heath care.

The recently passed CHRONIC Care Act gives Medicare Advantage plans greater flexibility to cover non-medical benefits, such as home-delivered meals or home modifications, for targeted high-need/high-risk Medicare and dually eligible members. This expansion represents a watershed shift in the government's interpretation of what kinds of interventions are considered “health-related,” and for the first time on a wide scale, it opens the door for AAAs and other CBOs to partner with Medicare Advantage plans and get paid for using their expertise to deliver services that impact social determinants of health.
 
To learn more about how your agency can take advantage of these exciting changes, register for The CHRONIC CARE Act: New Opportunities to Advance Complex Care Through Community-Clinical Partnerships, taking place May 30 at 1 p.m. ET.

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