Good News for Medicare
There is good news for Medicare beneficiaries that can expect broader and more reliable health coverage.
Three key components why this is good news!
The new Chronic Care Act gives Medicare Advantage plans more flexibility to cover “non-medical” products.
CMS recently announced that it will be expanding the definition of “health-related” supplemental benefits to include “additional services that increase health and improve quality of life”. An example of this would be reducing avoidable Emergency Room visits.
Medicare Advantage is looking like it is the future of Medicare. 41% of Medicare enrollees are expected to choose Medicare Advantage plans by 2027 and there is no reason to believe that this number won’t keep growing.
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