Bill Brown is a 77-year-old retiree who uses Medicare Part D to pay for his diabetes testing supplies and medications.
Shellee, 31, was diagnosed with Lupus 16 years ago and relies on Medicare Part D for her medicine.
"I’m Ethel Brooks, and I’m 66 years old and I’m at retirement age, but I’m not retired. I’m still working, and I love working and helping people. It seems to be my calling."
MAPRx is a coalition of patient, family caregiver and health professional organizations committed to safeguarding the well-being of patients with chronic diseases and disabilities who rely on Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage.

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MAPRx Coalition Calls on Congress to Reject Increased Copays for Medicare Part D Low Income Subsidy Beneficiaries

MAPRx Coalition Calls on Congress to Reject Increased Copays for Medicare Part D Low Income Subsidy Beneficiaries On September 29, 2017, the MAPRx Coalition sent this letter urging Congress to reject any proposal to increase Medicare Part D copayments for beneficiaries receiving the low-income subsidy (LIS). The letters were addressed to the Chairs and Ranking Members of the Senate Committee on Finance... Read more

MAPRx Responds to CMS’s Advance Notice of Methodological Changes to Medicare Part D for Calendar Year (CY) 2018

March 2017 MAPRx CMS Comment Letter about Proposed Medicare Changes for CY 2018 The MAPRx Coalition raised concerns about the proposed changes to the Medicare prescription drug benefit program, which CMS issued in a "Draft Call Letter" on February 1, 2017. The draft letter included proposed changes for MA Capitation Rates, Part C and Part D Payment Policies, and the 2018 Call Letter.... Read more