Briefing: Medicare Advantage and the CHRONIC Care Act

On Tuesday, January 7th, the Long-Term Quality Alliance (LTQA), in collaboration with Anne Tumlinson Innovations (ATI) and with support from The SCAN Foundation, held a public briefing on Medicare Advantage and the CHRONIC Care Act.  This briefing served as a public gathering of influential stakeholders across the LTSS spectrum, with a focus on implementation best practices and ways the private sector can take advantage of new flexibilities afforded by the law.

Attendees heard from Senator Mark Warner’s staff and a policy panel of expert stakeholders who discussed new regulatory flexibilities afforded by the CHRONIC Care Act, and how these flexibilities can be implemented to help Medicare Advantage beneficiaries.


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Full Event Recording 

Resource Links
Guiding Principles for New Flexibility Under SSBCI
Newly Expanded Non-Medical Supplemental Benefits in Medicare Advantage: A Primer

Related Media
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This Briefing was supported by a grant from The SCAN Foundation – advancing a coordinated and easily navigated system of high-quality services for older adults that preserve dignity and independence.