Better Medicare Alliance Responds to 2023 Medicare Advantage Proposed Rule
Washington, D.C. – Better Medicare Alliance, the nation’s leading research and advocacy organization supporting Medicare Advantage, responded to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ (CMS) proposed rule providing policy and technical changes to Medicare Advantage for the 2023 Contract Year.
“Better Medicare Alliance appreciates CMS’ thoughtful work on this proposed rule and continued focus on the nearly half of Medicare beneficiaries who choose Medicare Advantage. We will continue to review the proposed rule in greater detail and weigh these policies in light of the upcoming Rate Notice,” said Mary Beth Donahue, President and CEO of the Better Medicare Alliance. “Better Medicare Alliance appreciates our continued dialogue with CMS on how to maintain stability for the diverse population of 27 million beneficiaries who rely on Medicare Advantage to provide a superior health care experience, better health outcomes, record high quality ratings, and $1,640 in annual consumer savings.”