Forty-One Organizations Representing Providers, Vulnerable Communities Across United States Urge CMS To Reconsider Harmful Policy Changes To Medicare Advantage Seniors
New letter urges CMS to not move forward with risk adjustment changes for 2024 plan year, encourages the agency to work with all stakeholders to assess beneficiary impacts.
WASHINGTON – Today, Better Medicare Alliance joined 40 other organizations representing diverse communities, providers, aging service organizations, and beneficiary advocates in a letter to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) urging the administration to reconsider harmful policy changes to Medicare Advantage negatively impacting seniors and those with disabilities for the upcoming 2024 plan year.
“We are pleased to join a robust and diverse group of 40 provider, minority health, and community-based organizations who are concerned that CMS’ proposal will harm the 30 million seniors and people with disabilities who rely daily on Medicare Advantage,” said Mary Beth Donahue, president and CEO of the Better Medicare Alliance. “These 41 organizations are focused on one thing: ensuring America’s seniors have access to affordable, high-quality, stable health care.”
The full letter can be found below and here.