It's Medicare Advantage benefit planning time
CMS and the current administration have a renewed focus on drivers of Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) and health equity.
Over the past year, health plans have transitioned from addressing the immediate needs of members during the public health emergency surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic to taking next steps to ensure action is being taken to address important needs illuminated by the pandemic. This also includes food insecurity, mental health support, care access in rural areas and health inequities more broadly.
Resources to help manage the cost of chronic conditions
With 85% of older adults having at least one chronic condition,1 it comes at a price: 90% of the nation’s $4.1 trillion in annual health care expenditures are for people with chronic and mental health conditions.2 Addressing the unique needs of chronic conditions can help manage the cost—these resources can make a difference.
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Complete the form: Guide for Medicare Advantage Plan Product Teams
If your organization is thinking about introducing or expanding a home-delivered meals benefit, use our guide to design food and nutrition benefits for 2024, including Special Supplemental Benefits for the Chronically Ill to help finalize your plan. Also in the guide are important updates and insights on how to manage chronic care costs.
Mom's Meals can help
As a leading national provider of refrigerated, home-delivered meals and nutrition services, our Mom’s Meals team:
- Works with hundreds of health plans nationwide, including Medicare Advantage and Medicaid plans, that have a home-delivered meals benefit or plan to launch one
- Has deep knowledge of legislative policy surrounding nutrition services to populations in need
- Is passionate about improving health outcomes for those we serve
Let’s work together to design a food and nutrition benefit for your members living with chronic conditions.