Earlier this year, the Biden administration announced a “request for information” (RFI) on ways to strengthen Medicare Advantage, which provides quality, affordable coverage to more than 29 million seniors and individuals with disabilities nationwide.

BMA Allies answered this call by offering thoughtful, commonsense policy solutions to uphold the health and financial security of all who choose and rely on Medicare Advantage’s coverage and care.

With a 94% consumer satisfaction rate, average annual consumer savings of nearly $2,000 per year, lower costs to taxpayers, and a proportionally more diverse beneficiary population, Medicare Advantage is paving the way for a healthier, more equitable future for America’s seniors and individuals with disabilities.

Read more from BMA Allies and other health care leaders below.


Letters from BMA Allies and Other Health Leaders 

Click any of the names below to read the organization’s comment letter to the Administration supporting Medicare Advantage

Research Faculty at Harvard Medical School
Senior Vice President for Policy Research at NEHI—Network for Excellence in Health Innovation
Senior Advisor for Health Policy at Purchaser Business Group on Health
Professor in the Department of Health Administration at Virginia Commonwealth University
Professor of Health Policy and Management at Harvard University
Senior Fellow at Project HOPE
Hoover Institution Fellow, Stanford Public Policy Faculty, Brunswick Senior Counselor & Former Romney Policy Director
Senior Fellow for Health Policy at Third Way
Professor at University of Michigan Medical School
Chair Health Policy and Management at Emory University
Director and Robert J. Margolis, MD, Professor of Business, Medicine and Policy at Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy
Senior Vice President at Global Health, Executive Director of the Institute of Global Health Equality, Meharry Medical College