Advocacy

A strong Medicare Advantage means a strong American health care system. That’s why our BMA Advocates use their voices to tell policymakers that Medicare Advantage is what they want — the care that is driving the future of health care.

Advocate for Medicare Advantage

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Advocacy Alert
Issue Brief
Tax on Health Insurance is a a Tax That Could Harm Low & Middle Income Seniors

If Congress allows the Tax on Health Insurance to return, 19 million beneficiaries enrolled in Medicare Advantage - many living on low, fixed incomes - would

Meet Our Top Advocates

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Pat Raske

Sun City, Arizona
  • Completed the Medicare Advantage Retiree Plan Task Force Survey on February 21, 2018
  • Signed a petition urging Congress to delay the HIT on January 18, 2018
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Harry Graves

Kingsport, Tennessee
  • Signed a petition urging Congress to delay the HIT on January 18, 2018
  • Registered for the open enrollment tele-town hall on October 28, 2017
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Richard Beaulieu

Plantation, Florida
  • Signed a petition urging Congress to delay the HIT on January 20, 2018
  • Submitted a story for Healthy Aging Month on September 12, 2017

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Advocacy Letter
24 organizations representing and providing care for Medicare beneficiaries strongly urge Congress to support the extension of the current delay in the Health Insurance Tax...
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Our Bipartisan Congressional Support

Better Medicare Alliance thanks the bipartisan, bicameral majority in Congress for standing up for Medicare Advantage.

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Advocacy Checklist

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Seniors can take these three quick actions and be well on their way to becoming a strong BMA Advocate.