Home Health Care News April 14, 2021
Andrew Donlan

Medicare Advantage (MA) has provided tailwinds for home-based care providers, as the overall MA member population has grown substantially over the last decade.

In 2020, there were over 24 million MA members in the U.S., over double the amount there were in 2010 and nearly five times the amount in 2005, according to Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) data.

MA opportunities don’t grow on trees, however. Home-based care agencies are undoubtedly worthy in the continuum of care, but each provider has to prove its value to health plans looking to reduce costs and provide better care for their members.

And from the health plan perspective, there is more than one thing they’re looking for, Greg Sheff, the SVP...

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