August 18, 2022
Medicare Advantage plans are embracing the move towards home care, giving home care providers more opportunities.
According to data from the ATI Advisory, 72% of MA plans currently offer in-home supportive care in 2022, and 122 plans are offering home-based palliative care.
But access to at-home care services should not be viewed as just the cherry on top, according to Mary Beth Donahue, the president, and CEO of Better Medicare Alliance (BMA).
“It’s very important to understand that these are not simply perks, or extras for many older adults on Medicare Advantage,” she said during a BMA and Moving Health Home (MHH) virtual event on Thursday. “These at-home benefits are a lifeline, enabling them to age-in-place, manage disease progression and live with dignity and independence.”
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