Americans for Beneficiary Choice is a broad-based coalition of health insurance industry leaders and workers, consumer advocates and concerned citizens who share a common objective — protecting the best interests of Medicare and other health insurance beneficiaries. The coalition works to improve the American healthcare system by advocating for sensible, forward-thinking policies that improve health insurance knowledge and education, lower healthcare costs, and maximize coverage choice for consumers.
Supporting Healthcare Options For America
Working to ensure Seniors have the most available options and best possible service
Join Our Coalition
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has issued a proposed rule that would significantly impact the ability of field marketing organizations (FMOs) to continue to support insurance providers, agents and brokers. And that would lead to increased costs and fewer coverage options for Medicare beneficiaries.
By joining our coalition to allow FMOs to continue to support agents and brokers, you’ll help ensure beneficiaries can still have access to numerous coverage options — without increasing costs to consumers.
Sign Up to Join the Coalition
Voicing your support for agents and brokers who advise consumers about Medicare choices will help protect American healthcare.
Send a Personalized Email to Congress
Use the tool and form message below to reach out to your elected representatives in Congress directly. The form message is intended as a starting point. Personalize it by adding your own details to what’s already written. Here are some recommendations:
Review the email and add facts related to you and your business. Include information such as how long you’ve been in business, the number of agents you work with and consumers you assist, and the impact the CMS rule change would have on your business and the beneficiaries you serve. Do not include any details about earnings.
Make sure the message conveys your personal point of view. Respectfully detail your specific concerns, such as how the CMS proposed rule would make it more difficult business for your business to serve beneficiaries by helping them to find the right plan. Also, outline the benefits you personally receive from your FMO, such as carrier choice, efficient technology, certification, compliance and training, and more.