Who We Are
We’re Better Medicare Alliance (BMA), a nonprofit organization advocating to protect and strengthen Medicare Advantage, the public-private partnership in Medicare chosen by more than 30 million beneficiaries today.
We are a coalition of 200 organizations including providers, community-based organizations, health insurance plans, aging organizations, and advocacy groups, as well as more than 600,000 senior advocates. We provide commentary and analysis on regulation and legislation, gather evidence of what is working in Medicare Advantage through research and experience of the diverse group of beneficiaries and stakeholders within our coalition to advocate for policies that result in high-quality, affordable care for Medicare Advantage beneficiaries.
Our community is made stronger by our over 1 million seniors who are racially, socio-economically, and geographically diverse and engage with policymakers on both sides of the aisle, as well as our coalition 200 ally organizations that see the value of Medicare Advantage firsthand because of beneficiaries like you!
Have questions? Email us at email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you!
What It Means To Be a BMA Advocate
Our advocates are the face and voice of BMA. They help inﬂuence policy decisions in Washington by submitting letters to members of Congress, signing petitions, having Letters to the Editor published in their local newspapers, making phone calls to legislators, visiting Capitol Hill, and more.
There are a variety of ways to get involved with BMA.
First step: Take Action! Visit our Take Action page to see how you can start using your voice. You can also:
Join our BMA Ambassadors – a group of our most dedicated and involved advocates
Be a leader – join our task forces and work directly with BMA to advocate for the issues that matter most to you
Become an “All-Star Advocate” – by completing more than 5 actions
Share your story – let us know more about your experience with Medicare Advantage
Becoming a BMA advocate is completely FREE and voluntary, and there is no requirement for participation.