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Take a stand with 1.8 million members of the coalition by sharing a story about how Medicare Advantage affects you. Continue making a difference by telling your friends, family and physicians to join the effort.

Read about Our Champions

Members of Congress from across the country from both parties are standing up for seniors in Medicare Advantage. Make sure they are hearing your voice in Washington.

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Latest Coalition News

Medicare Advantage: Why It Matters to 16 Million Beneficiaries

March 27, 2015

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Health Care Stakeholders, Minority & Employer Groups Sign Letter Urging CMS to Protect Medicare Advantage Seniors

March 26, 2015

A new letter to CMS signed by 20 organizations representing health care stakeholders, minority groups, and employer organizations urges the Medicare agency to protect seniors in Medicare Advantage from newly proposed cuts to the program.

More than 300 Members of Congress Sign Bipartisan Letters Urging CMS to Protect Seniors in Medicare Advantage

March 25, 2015

As CMS prepares to finalize Medicare Advantage payments for next year, more than 300 members of Congress are askingCMS to protect Medicare Advantage beneficiaries from any further cuts in 2016.Overwhelming majorities in both the House and the Senate have sent letters to CMS in advance of the release of the final rate notice on April 6.

WHAT SENIORS ARE SAYING ABOUT WHY MEDICARE ADVANTAGE COVERAGE MATTERS

March 25, 2015

Nearly 16 million seniors and individuals with disabilities rely on Medicare Advantage coverage for high-quality, affordable, coordinated care. However, another round of proposed cuts to the program would result in these beneficiaries facing higher costs, reduced benefits, and fewer coverage options.

SENIORS TAKE SOCIAL MEDIA BY STORM TO STAND UP FOR MEDICARE ADVANTAGE

March 25, 2015

Better care, great choice and higher quality – a few of the many reasons why more than 16 million seniors nationwide value Medicare Advantage.

New State-by-State Data Demonstrate Impact of Proposed Medicare Advantage Cuts on Enrollees

March 17, 2015

Enrollees in New York, Texas, and Louisiana will experience the greatest disruption in their Medicare Advantage coverage if recently proposed cuts to the program take effect, according to a new state-by-state analysis from Oliver Wyman.

What They Are Saying: Lawmakers Support Medicare Advantage

March 16, 2015

Lawmakers across the country have joined seniors in the fight to protect Medicare Advantage. Knowing that millions of seniors depend on their Medicare Advantage coverage for high-quality, affordable health care, members of Congress recognize the need to shield these critical benefits from any further cuts.

Representative John Katko Meets with Local Seniors for Discussion on Medicare Advantage

March 06, 2015

The Coalition for Medicare Choices (CMC) hosted a discussion today with Representative John Katko (NY-18) and local seniors about Medicare Advantage and the more than 1.2 million beneficiaries in New York who choose these plans for quality, affordable coverage.