CMS Seeks Public Feedback to Improve Medicare Advantage

Submit your comments!

Here is your opportunity to sound off the CMS regarding the Medicare Advantage program. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released a Request for Information seeking public comment on the Medicare Advantage program.

Dr. Meena Seshamani, CMS Deputy Administrator and Director of the Center for Medicare stated in a news release that there is a “huge opportunity for partnership with as many stakeholders as possible” to ensure equity, access, quality, and affordability for the Medicare population who select Medicare Advantage plans for coverage. Read the news release here.

You have until 8/31/2022 to submit comments here.

AHDAM encourages everyone to submit insightful comment to CMS in an effort to inform CMS in their Medicare Advantage policy development and implementation process.

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Denise serves as the Senior Vice President at Denial Research Group – AppealMasters. Denise is also President of The Association for Healthcare Denial and Appeal Management. Denise is a Registered Respiratory Therapist, Registered Nurse, and holds a Master’s degree in Management Information Systems from the University of Illinois, Springfield.

Denise has over thirty years of experience in healthcare, including clinical management, education, compliance, and appeal writing. Denise has extensive experience as a Medical Appeals Expert and has personally managed hundreds of Medicare, Managed Medicare, and Commercial appeal cases and presented hundreds of cases at the Administrative Law Judge level.

Denise is a nationally known speaker and dynamic educator on Medicare and Commercial appeals processes, payer behaviors, standards of care, appeal template development, and building a road map to drive the payer to a decision in the provider’s favor. She has educated thousands of healthcare professionals around the country in successfully overturning medical care denials.