Recently, HCAOA CEO Vicki Hoak was invited to join the State Small Business Credit Initiative (SSBCI) Leadership Circle. This advisory group provides diverse stakeholder perspectives and expert advice on project activities to advance non-medical benefits in Medicare Advantage and the guiding principles in practice.
With support from The SCAN Foundation, ATI Advisory and the Long-Term Quality Alliance, the SSBCI Leadership Circle focuses its attention on implementation, data analysis and policy recommendations.
HCAOA CEO Vicki Hoak
“I am very pleased to be part of this esteemed group, especially with its focus on non-medical services,” said Hoak. “Sharing information with our members about Medicare Advantage plans offering in-home support is critical. I also look forward to sharing the opinions of our members—who have experience in working with MA plans—with the Leadership Circle.”
Since supplemental services are relatively new, it is very important that providers have the most recent data on these services. To view all supplemental benefit analysis and commentary, including the fall reports, data briefs, chartbooks and more, members should go to https://atiadvisory.com/advancing-non-medical-supplmental-benefits-in-medicare-advantage/
HCAOA will continue to provide updates on Medicare Advantage as well as educational sessions to assist members in their efforts to work with MA plans.