MedCity News April 14, 2024
Marissa Plescia

Through a new partnership, health plans that use NationsBenefits can offer Instacart’s grocery delivery services as a supplemental benefit.

As more insurers look to provide access to healthy food, NationsBenefits and Instacart have partnered to provide online grocery services to Medicare Advantage, Medicaid and commercial plan members, the companies recently announced.

Plantation, Florida-based NationsBenefits is a benefits administration company that partners with managed care organizations. It offers supplemental benefits, flex cards and member engagement solutions. San Francisco-based Instacart, meanwhile, is a grocery technology company. Its healthcare division provides access to healthy food and partners with healthcare organizations for food as medicine programs. Its recent partners include Alignment Healthcare, Kaiser Permanente and DispatchHealth.The company can reach 95% of North American households.


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