March 23, 2023

Can nonmedical benefits meaningfully meet people’s needs?

Four years into implementation, nearly 40 percent of Medicare Advantage (MA) plans are offering either expanded primarily health-related benefits (EPHRB) or Special Supplemental Benefits for the Chronically Ill (SSBCI) to help beneficiaries meet goals for independence. The latest report produced by ATI Advisory and Long-Term Quality Alliance (LTQA) examines the growth of three specific benefits: in-home support services, caregiver supports, and social needs.

Watch a recording complementing the report featuring opening remarks from TSF Vice President of Policy Narda Ipakchi.

Image and anecdote from latest report