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The success of Medicare Advantage depends on our community standing up to protect it. Our BMA Advocates and Ambassadors work with us across the country to protect the care seniors need and depend on. Through surveys, petitions, and letters to Congress, we’re making a difference.

Join 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

Current BMA Campaigns

The more actions you take, the closer you’ll be to All-Star Advocate status - reserved for our most active seniors who have taken more than 5 actions through our Action Center!

  1. Sign our Medicare Advantage Retiree Plan Petition
  2. Share your Medicare Advantage Story!
  3. Pledge your Support for Medicare Advantage

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.

Take Action

Congress & CMS needs to hear from people that Medicare Advantage works. Seniors and people with disabilities depend on our advocacy work to protect MA. Participate in these campaigns and spread the word.