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The Balanced Budget Act of 2018, which included the Creating High-Quality Results and Outcomes Necessary to Improve Chronic (CHRONIC) Care Act, offers new flexibility for Medicare Advantage (MA) plans to provide additional supplemental benefits to people with Medicare who have chronic illnesses, and functional and health-related social needs. This offers new opportunities for MA plans and community-based aging and disability organizations to partner in order to provide these services. Our September 10 roundtable will explore these opportunities and challenges, and present real-life examples of CBO-MA plan partnerships in action.
Paul Cantrell, President, Clear View Strategies and Consultant, n4a
Mary Kaschak, Executive Director, Long-Term Quality Alliance
James Michel, Director of Policy, Better Medicare Alliance
Gerard Queally, President & CEO, Spectrum Generations Maine
Jon Glaudemans, Senior Advisor, Anne Tumlinson Innovations, LLC
Registration, Networking, Light Breakfast
Medicare Advantage and Chronic Conditions: The Role of Medicare Advantage in Caring for People with Complex Needs- James Michel
A Look to the Future: What will be the implications of Medicare Advantage and the Chronic Care Act for your organization?- Jon Glaudemans
Questions to the panelists from the audience
Break and Refreshments
Case Example:Community Based Organization and Payer in Contract: Dual Perspectives- Paul Cantrell & Gerard Queally
11:30 AM–12:15 PM
Looking Ahead: What’s on the Horizon for Policy Related to Complex Care?- Mary Kaschak
Questions to the presenters from the audience