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

Liz Hartland

Liz Hart

Columbus, Ohio
  • Attended an in-district event on August 23, 2017
  • Completed a survey on August 30, 2017

 

Laura Rothanburg

Laura Rothanburg

Scottsdale, Arizona
  • Attended an in-district event on August 29, 2017
  • Completed a survey on July 25, 2017
Geneva Veal

Geneva Veal

Jeffersonville, Indiana
  • Took a Survey May 19, 2017
  • Joined the Chronic Disease Taskforce May 16, 2017

 

More About Advocacy

Read our latest news and blogs, attend an event near you, or download resources.

Letter
BMA led a coalition of health care stakeholder organizations to send a letter expressing our support of Special Needs Plans to address the specialized needs...
Issue Brief
Better Medicare Alliance is a coalition of experts and beneficiaries who are fighting to keep Medicare Advantage strong. We work with our advocates and allies...
Press Releases
Allowing Medicare Advantage plans to offer services addressing critical social and economic needs for chronically patients will help them improve their health.
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Seniors can take these three quick actions and be well on their way to becoming a strong BMA Advocate.