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Nutrition benefits, like meal plans, can positively impact HEDIS and star ratings. Members like them too.
Health plans have more flexibility to add home-delivered meals benefits to their Medicare Advantage plans. Here's how.
New legislation aims to expand Medicare Advantage supplemental benefits. More at - risk and low-income people would be covered.
Members like choice when it comes to home-delivered meals programs. It improves satisfaction and outcomes too. Mom's Meals offers more than 60 menu options and nine health condition menus.
A new study using Mom's Meals home-delivered meals shows better outcomes for these patients. The study was recently published in JAMA Health Forum.
For Medicare Advantage plans, boosting patient experience must be a priority. Discover how a home-delivered meals benefit can have an impact, plus get helpful resources.
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Research shows the pandemic changed consumer preferences for health plan benefits. A key finding: home-delivered meals are in demand — especially for Medicare members.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 37 million American adults—or 15 percent of the U.S. adult population—are estimated to have chronic kidney disease (CKD), and most are undiagnosed.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture reports that 37 million people, including 6 million children, were living in food-insecure households in 2018. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, an estimated additional 17 million people will face food insecurity in 2020—raising the total to a staggering 54 million Americans.
With thousands of Medicare Advantage (MA) plans on the market, it's challenging for health plans to stand out and difficult for prospective members to choose between plans. But recent legislation changes may help MA plans differentiate themselves and appeal to consumers.
Malnutrition and poor nutrition among the Medicare population can lead to devastating health outcomes, higher utilization, and increased costs, particularly among members with chronic conditions.