By expanding reimbursement flexibilities around non-traditional services, such as meal delivery, adult day care, home safety improvements, transportation assistance, and more, Medicare Advantage is making significant strides in addressing the social needs of chronically ill members.
In this brief, we break down the basics of Medicare Advantage Special Supplemental Benefits for the Chronically Ill (SSBCI) and explore how healthcare stakeholders can use these benefits to address SDoH across vulnerable populations.
A landscape scan of how states are using Medicare Advantage SSBCI to address social needs
An overview of how Medicare Advantage plans can leverage SSBCI in the future to drive better health outcomes
Addressing SDoH Using Special Supplemental Benefits for the Chronically Ill