BMA Responds to Proposed Policy and Technical Changes to Medicare Advantage for 2025
Washington, D.C. – Better Medicare Alliance, the nation’s leading research and advocacy organization supporting Medicare Advantage and the more than 31 million beneficiaries it serves, responded to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ (CMS) proposed rule providing policy and technical changes to Medicare Advantage for the 2025 Contract Year.
“Better Medicare Alliance appreciates CMS’ continued efforts to help beneficiaries make the best choice for their health care needs and the agency’s continued focus on advancing health equity and improving access to care. BMA supports efforts to increase transparency and access for Medicare Advantage beneficiaries,” said Mary Beth Donahue, President and CEO of the Better Medicare Alliance. “As we review the proposed rule, we value CMS’ efforts to address these vital issues while preserving seniors’ choice and access to high quality, affordable care.”
Better Medicare Alliance recently released Medicare Advantage policy recommendations aimed at improving prior authorization, supplemental benefits, marketing and sales practices, and more.
Better Medicare Alliance is a community of more than one million grassroots beneficiaries and 200+ Ally organizations working to improve health care through a strong Medicare Advantage. Learn more at www.bettermedicarealliance.org.