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Product and Clinical Collaborations Build Stronger Medicare Advantage Benefits

Dec 4, 2023
1:00 pm EST
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About This Webinar

Medicare Advantage (MA) product teams and market P&L owners are trying to do more with less when planning their benefit offerings for 2025. This means looking for solutions that check a lot of boxes. Food and nutrition solutions certainly move the needle on member retention, contributing to growth goals, but importantly, also impact HEDIS, Stars and member outcomes, reducing the cost of care and delivering a strong ROI. Product teams are expert at designing flexible benefits that will delight members, but clinical teams best understand the solutions that have the evidence behind them to impact member health status. When these two teams work together, stronger benefits that check several important boxes can result.

This webinar will review evidence of food and nutrition benefits adopted by MA plans today. It will also provide practical suggestions and real-world examples of a product development process that encourages product and clinical teams to collaborate.

Attendees Will Learn About

  • The evidence base behind food-as-medicine solutions
  • The HEDIS and Stars measures that nutrition solutions can impact
  • How product and clinical teams can work together to advance the strategic objectives of both groups while driving overall financial goals of the health plan


Catherine Macpherson, MS, RDN

Senior Vice President, Healthcare Strategy & Chief Nutrition Officer

Mom’s Meals

Catherine Macpherson joined Mom’s Meals in 2017 and serves as SVP of Healthcare Strategy and Chief Nutrition Officer. She is responsible for ensuring the company’s nutrition solutions meet the needs of its partners by designing clinical programs that meet their strategic objectives. Catherine is a Registered Dietitian and healthcare innovator. She earned her Masters of Science degree in…

Learn more about Catherine Macpherson, MS, RDN