NSCLC currently works on issues related to people who are dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid. We also advocate on issues related to Medicare managed care, particularly those that have the most impact on low income older adults, and we seek to ensure that Medicare prescription drug coverage (Part D), especially the low-income subsidy, is implemented properly nationwide. NSCLC also works to improve access to Medicare for people with limited proficiency in English.
Besides our ongoing administrative advocacy with the federal
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and state health agencies, NSCLC works closely with other organizations like the Medicare Rights Center, a national nonprofit that helps people with Medicare understand their rights and benefits, and the Center for Medicare Advocacy which provides counseling, training, presentations and materials on a wide variety of Medicare topics.
- Find reports, briefs and other information related to our work on Dual Eligibles.
- Find recent directives and other information related to the Medicare Part D low-income subsidy.