Stories

Lend your voice. You can help protect the health care benefits of more than 23 million older Americans and individuals with disabilities by sharing a story about how Medicare Advantage affects you. Continue making a difference by telling your friends, family, caretaker and physician to join the efforts.
  1. Sen. Chuck Schumer

    Coalition member Marietta Hanley: "Thank you to Senator Schumer for protecting Medicare Advantage. I live on a limited income and have several medical issues. Medicare Advantage allows me to stay healthy for myself and for my grandson.”
  2. Freddie Sanchez

    "In early January I went to see my doctor who immediately admitted me to the hospital. He found out that I had pneumonia and had a mild heart attack. I was given great care. I'm so glad I have my Medicare Advantage that has provided me the services I need to maintain my health. If my co-pays go up or my benefits are cut, it will be a hardship on me and my family."

Lend Your Voice

You can help protect the health care benefits of more than 23 million American seniors and individuals with disabilities by sharing a story about how Medicare Advantage affects you. Continue making a difference by telling your friends, family, caretaker and physician to join the efforts.

  1. Sen. Rob Portman

    Medicare Advantage is working… People like this program. It offers them a comprehensive health care program, integrated care, disease management that everybody talks about, and this has been shown to lower costs and improve patient care.
  2. Rep. Patrick Murphy

    Medicare Advantage offers additional flexibility and real choice for high quality coordinated care—keeping seniors healthy instead of just treating ailments. With a focus on innovative services, prevention, disease management, and quality outcomes, successful Medicare Advantage plans deliver choice while containing costs.
  3. Clarence Richmond

    "My wife and I have been enrolled in Medicare Advantage for 4 years. Unfortunately, every year we have to change our policy or provider due to changes in the program. These are plans we were happy with and wished to keep Medicare Advantage is popular for a reason. But Washington is continues to change the rules and financial support. As a result, we don't know what to budget for. With more seniors selecting these plans, the cuts to Medicare Advantage simply don't make sense."