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Aging and Disability Business Institute Talks Medicare Advantage at DC Roundtable

Earlier this week, n4a's Aging and Disability Business Institute joined with the American Society on Aging for a roundtable, Medicare Advantage and Community-Based Organizations: Opportunities and Challenges in Caring for People with Complex Needs

Speakers from national and community-based organizations, including n4a member Gerard Queally, President and CEO of Spectrum Generations in Maine, and n4a consultant Paul Cantrell, provided their perspectives on the opportunities for AAAs and other community-based aging and disability organizations to partner with Medicare Advantage plans to provide supplemental benefits to people with Medicare who have chronic illnesses, and functional and health-related social needs. To learn more about these new opportunities, read a blog post from the Business Institute, 2020 Final Call Letter Offers Guidance and Structure for Medicare Advantage Supplemental Benefits.
 

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