Aging and Disability Business Institute Talks Medicare Advantage at DC Roundtable
Tuesday, September 24, 2019
Section: September Associate Newsletter

Earlier this month, 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 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. Read a Business Institute blog post to learn more about these new opportunities, 2020 Final Call Letter Offers Guidance and Structure for Medicare Advantage Supplemental Benefits. This blog post takes a deep dive into what recent changes brought about by the CHRONIC CARE Act mean for CBOs that work with Medicare Advantage plans.