Before you sign up for one of these expanded plans, be sure you know the limits involved

Since 2019, government rules have allowed Medicare Advantage plans to expand benefits which is commonly referred to as Special Supplemental Benefits for the Chronically Ill, or SSBCI.  These new benefits can go beyond medical care and provide support that can help improve and prolong a sick person’s life such as: Adult day care services, home-based palliative care, in-home support services, caregiver support, and other services. However, before you sign up for one of these expanded plans, be sure you know the limits involved. Read article here…

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