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More Nursing Homes Look for Upside by Plugging Into Medicare Advantage

  • Oct 11, 2022
  • Meaghan Puglisi
  • 1-min Read

Matt Kinne, Lifespark’s Vice President, Growth joined Mike Cheek, Senior Vice President for Reimbursement Policy and Legal Affairs for AHCA (American health Care Association) for a panel discussion at the AHCA /NCAL convention in Nashville. The conversation focused on ‘Advances in Care at Home Policies: Overview of CMS Proposals and the Future of PAC/LTC’ with Mike and Matt sharing perspectives on Medicare Advantage plans and how shifting benefits are informing SNF participation.

Skilled Nursing News covered the convention highlighting why payments remain an issue and where Lifespark fits in providing a unique solution to drive better long-term, complete senior health experiences.

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