Action Center

Since 1965, Medicare has ensured access to guaranteed health care benefits for older adults and people with disabilities. Today, 50 million Americans rely on Medicare for basic economic and health security.

Take a look below and join us in various actions to protect Medicare and the millions of people it serves.

Reform the Part D Denial and Appeal Process

Every year, the Medicare Rights Center helps thousands of individuals navigate the complicated Medicare Part D appeals process. Because the process is the equivalent of a nonsensical maze, it leaves beneficiaries confused, frustrated, and unable to adhere to prescribed treatment plans.

Join the Medicare Rights Center in calling on the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to immediately implement reforms to help people with Medicare better navigate Part D denials and appeals.

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Tell the Federal Government: Baby Boomers Need More Help with Medicare Enrollment

Every day, 10,000 Baby Boomers turn 65 and become Medicare-eligible. But enrolling in Medicare is very complicated, especially for people who are still working.  All too often, people new-to-Medicare make costly mistakes.

Stand with the Medicare Rights Center and Social Security Works in telling Congress, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Social Security Administration (SSA) to do more to support people new-to-Medicare, newly enrolled Medicare beneficiaries may face lifetime late enrollment penalties, higher health care costs, gaps in coverage and disruptions in their care.

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Support the Medicare Advantage Participant Bill of Rights Act

Join the Medicare Rights Center and our partners at the Center for Medicare Advocacy and the National Physicians Alliance in calling on Congress to pass the Medicare Advantage Participant Bill of Rights Act.

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Tell the Media: We Demand Fair Reporting on Medicare!

Sign our petition and stand with us in demanding fair reporting on earned benefits, not inflammatory comments and calls for “entitlement reform.”

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