Thank you to all who made this event such a success!
The National Voices of Medicare Summit
& Senator Jay Rockefeller Lecture
Medicare in Jeopardy – How Do We Save It?
Wednesday, May 18, 12:30 – 4:30 PM EDT
Via Live Webcast
Thank you for joining us for THE Medicare event of the year on behalf of beneficiaries.
Post-Summit Survey – We Listen to Your Feedback
We have not heard from many of you in terms of completing the brief survey, and would once again like to emphasize that we value and listen to your feedback, and will use it to inform next year’s Summit. And a gentle reminder for those who want Continuing Legal Education hours that you need to complete the survey to receive your materials.
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Reflections on the 2022 Summit
On May 18, 2022, the Center for Medicare Advocacy held its ninth annual National Voices of Medicare Summit and Senator Jay Rockefeller Lecture. Center for Medicare Advocacy Executive Director Judy Stein, and Georgetown University Professor and President of the Center for Medicare Advocacy’s Board of Directors Judy Feder opened the Summit. Feder remarked on the “great community” joining together for the Summit, which is “committed to assuring and strengthening the right to health care that Medicare provides.” Feder underscored the importance of advocacy work against threats of reducing and stripping away rights. She noted that the Center for Medicare Advocacy (the Center) works to “remind us all how the Medicare program is supposed to work, how it can work, and how it must work to live up to its promise.”
Stein welcomed the attendees, panelists, award recipients and sponsors by reiterating the original vision behind the Summit nine years ago. The purpose of the Summit is to “create a time for a multidisciplinary group of people who care about fair access to Medicare, quality healthcare and equity, to get together to exchange ideas, learn, energize one another, and to have some fun,” Stein said. The 9th annual Summit, like Summits the years before, achieved these goals, and did not disappoint!
- Read the full highlights at https://medicareadvocacy.org/2022-summit-reflections/
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Full Summit Recording
- Timed Agenda with CLE Approved Instructional Minutes & Presenter Bios
- Post-Summit Survey Please note that this post-Summit survey is required for those who wish to obtain the 2.7 CLE hours the Summit offers. It is our understanding that by meeting the CLE standards of the state of Alabama, the Summit will likely also meet the standards in most other states.
- Summit 2022 Panelist Slides
- Summit Registrant List
- Call to Action – Policy Makers Must Increase Medicare Advantage Oversight and Rein in Overpayments
- CMA Home Health Access Survey Report
- CMA Special Report: Telehealth and the Medicare Population: Building a Foundation for the Virtual Health Care Revolution
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is the National Voices of Medicare Summit?
A: In 2014, the Center for Medicare Advocacy Founder and Executive Director, Judith Stein, created the National Voices of Medicare Summit to present a multifaceted program known for its beneficiary-focused content, the first national conference of its kind. The Summit is widely renowned as a convening of community leaders in advocacy, policy-making, philanthropy, and academia to discuss the best practices, solutions, and opportunities in efforts to advance access to comprehensive Medicare, health equity, and quality health care. All of this is inspired by, and interspersed with, the real experiences and stories of beneficiaries and caretakers.
Past Summits have featured health care and elder justice champions such as Representatives Rosa DeLauro, Joe Courtney, and Debbie Dingell, Alfred Chiplin, Nancy-Ann DeParle, Sarita Gupta, Cathy Hurwit, Chris Jennings, Khelan Bhatia, Philip Marshall, Topher Spiro, and Ben Wikler; former CMS Administrator Bruce Vladeck, and Medicare Directors Jonathan Blum and Sean Cavanaugh.
Q: When is this year’s Summit?
A: The 2022 Summit will take place virtually Wednesday May 18, 2022.
Q: What is the Senator Jay Rockefeller Lecture?
A: Named in honor Senator Jay Rockefeller in recognition of his years of public service, the Rockefeller Lecture has been the centerpiece of the National Voices of Medicare Summit since its inception. Sen. Rockefeller gave the first Lecture and has participated every year since. The lecture provides an opportunity to hear directly from a leading voice in public service with a demonstrated commitment to advancing access to equitable health care and civil rights. Representative John Lewis, Donald Berwick, Judith Feder, Tamera Luzzatto, Wendell Potter, and Senators Sherrod Brown and Chris Murphy have been Rockefeller Lecturers.
Q: What is the Alfred J. Chiplin, Jr., Social Justice & Advocacy Award?
A. Alfred J. (Chip) Chiplin, Jr., the long-time managing attorney of the Center for Medicare Advocacy’s Washington, DC office, was an admired leader in the elder law, disability and health care rights communities. To honor the memory of Chip’s long-term advocacy and commitment to civility and justice for all members of society, the Center for Medicare Advocacy has established this award in his honor. The Alfred J. Chiplin, Jr., Social Justice & Advocacy Award is given annually at the Summit to an individual who works to advance civility in society and social justice for all – as Chip did for decades. Past awardees include Ben Belton, Josephine Kalipeni, Vanessa Hill, and Ashwani Jain. The 2022 Alfred J. Chiplin, Jr., Social Justice & Advocacy Award will be presented to Wey-Wey Kwok.
Q: Who should attend the National Voices of Medicare Summit & Senator Jay Rockefeller Lecture?
A: Staff and volunteers from local and national health care organizations, advocates, attorneys, beneficiaries, caregivers, health care providers, researchers, policymakers, media, and anyone looking to discuss best practices, solutions, and opportunities to improve the quality of life for members of their community.
Q: Are there scholarships available?
A: Yes! Scholarships are available – please contact Jeff Wiseman at JWiseman@MedicareAdvocacy.org.
Q. Are Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits available?
A. This course has been approved for a maximum of 2.7 hours’ credit by the Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Commission of Alabama.
It is our understanding that by meeting the CLE standards of the state of Alabama, the Summit will likely also meet the standards in most other states.
A CLE survey will be sent to all attendees after the Summit. We will provide participants who complete this CLE Survey with a packet of materials they can use when applying for CLE credits in other states.
With Gratitude to Our Generous 2022 Sponsors
The Center for Medicare Advocacy gives thanks to all of our generous sponsors whose support makes this year’s Summit possible and successful.
Senator Jay Rockefeller Lecture Sponsor
Friends of the Summit