The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services plans to extend the Medicare Advantage Value-Based Insurance Design Model for an additional five years, from 2025 through 2030, introducing changes to support health-related social needs and health equity. Fifty-two Medicare Advantage organizations representing over 9.3 million enrollees are participating in this year’s model, which focuses on MA plan innovations intended to reduce costs, increase quality and improve care coordination. The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation expects to share more information on model updates once available.  

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