Through new, expanded flexibility in Medicare Advantage, health insurance providers are now able to offer non-medical supplemental benefits. This session will present the results of a quantitative analysis of these new supplemental benefits, including insights about where the benefits are being offered, and how these benefits are designed. This session and its contents are unique as they are the result of a diverse working group, comprised of health insurance providers, think tanks, advocates, and providers – all national experts on Medicare Advantage and long-term services and supports. The gathering of this diverse working group offers a holistic perspective of how new supplemental benefits can shape Medicare policy, as well as caution to plans and policymakers of these benefits’ limitations and challenges. Join us to learn how Medicare Advantage plans are taking advantage of using new program flexibility to offer innovative non-medical supplemental benefits, understand the barriers plans and service providers face in offering and providing delivering these benefits, and appreciate the challenges in communicating these new benefits to beneficiaries and policymakers.