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Chronic Care

Nutrition can play an important role in patient recovery after their hospital stay. Our home-delivered meals provide two weeks’ worth of nutritionally balanced meals to aid in recovery.

We deliver food as medicine

Approximately 85% of older adults have at least one chronic condition*. These costly conditions are predisposing factors for hospitalization and nursing home placement. Our healthy meal care benefit, gold-standard member engagement, and experienced medical nutrition therapy provide value-based interventions for improved member outcomes – and bottom lines. Additionally, our medically tailored meal benefit can satisfy several HEDIS score categories. 

We offer a variety of meals designed by our team of Registered Dietitians that are prescribed for the most chronic conditions.

  • Heart Disease
  • Hypertension/CHF
  • Diabetes
  • Renal Disease
  • Weight Management
  • Dysphagia

Importance of Home-Delivered Meals

Significant studies prove the efficacy of food as medicine to help treat, manage and prevent common chronic conditions.

50% reduction of inpatient admissions**
52% decrease in readmissions**
40% decrease in healthcare spend***
Over $760 savings in monthly care per patient***
Manage gaps in care
Improved utilization

Other Programs

Chronic Condition Meal Benefits

Our DRI-compliant, home-delivered meals are medically tailored by our team of Registered Dietitians.

Long-term Support & Services

Consistent, healthy access to food is critical to help the most vulnerable population combat one of the most common social determinants of health.

Maternal Health

Medically tailored for expectant mothers to give them the nutrition needed to help reduce the risk of pre-and post-childbirth.

Improved utilization


** Berkowitz SA, Terranova J, Hill C, et al. Meal Delivery Programs Reduce The Use Of Costly Health Care In Dually Eligible Medicare And Medicaid Beneficiaries. Health Aff (Millwood). 2018;37(4):535‐542. doi:10.1377/hlthaff.2017.0999

*** Berkowitz, D. et al. Association Between the Receipt of a Medically Tailored Meal Program and Health Care Use JAMA Intern Med. 2019;179(6):786-793. doi:10.1001/jamainternmed.2019.0198