Benchmark Cap

Three million American seniors will be denied critically important benefits like care coordination, vision, dental, hearing, and wellness programs. If Washington allows the Cap to stay in place seniors will be negatively impacted, facing higher costs and fewer benefits. At Better Medicare Alliance, we use the power of our allies to urge Congress and CMS to lift the cap, thus giving beneficiaries higher-quality care. 

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Medicare Advantage Special Needs Plans: Issue Brief

Special Needs Plans (SNPs) are a specialized type of Medicare Advantage plan designed to serve the health care system’s fastest growing population – frail,...
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Issue Brief
Introduction On February 1, 2017, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released the Medicare Advantage 2018 Advance Notice and Draft Call Letter, which...
Letter
Summary of the Letters In this series of letters, BMA ally Iora Health laid out their support to remove Medicare Advantage benchmark caps for plans,...