Medicare Advantage plans to integrate ride-sharing services

Last week, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) said it was “reinterpreting the standards for health-related supplemental benefits in the Medicare Advantage program to include additional services that increase health and improve quality of life.” This new rule allowing health insurers to include more supplemental benefits may open the door to millions of ride-sharing trips via Uber or Lyft to the doctor’s office, clinic or pharmacy for millions of elderly Americans. Read article here…

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