Help Celebrate 10 Years of Community Engagement!
10th Annual National Voices of Medicare Summit
& Senator Jay Rockefeller Lecture
Thursday, April 20, 2023
1:00 PM – 5:00 PM EDT
– Advancing Equitable Access to Care –
In-person in Washington, DC and via Live Webcast
Join us to celebrate our 10th Anniversary National Voices of Medicare Summit, bringing together community leaders in health advocacy, policy-making, health care, philanthropy, media, and academia. We will discuss the best practices, solutions, and opportunities in efforts to advance access to comprehensive Medicare coverage, health equity, and quality health care. All inspired by, and interspersed with, the real experiences and stories of beneficiaries and caretakers. Sharing the transformative discussions of the Summit with the widest audience possible is important to us, so please save the date to engage with your colleagues and the Center for Medicare Advocacy’s community.
Ai-jen Poo will receive the 2023
Alfred J. Chiplin Jr. Social Justice & Advocacy Award
Ted Kennedy Jr. will present the
2023 Senator Jay Rockefeller Lecture
Panel discussions to include: Breaking Down Barriers to Care and Caring for Caregivers
Featured speakers, panelists, and moderators: Ady Barkan (Founder/Co-Executive Director, Be a Hero), Sen. Sherrod Brown (OH, 2007-Present), Judith Feder (Georgetown Professor and CMA Board President), Nicole Jorwic (Chief of Advocacy and Campaigns, Caring Across Generations), David Lipschutz (Associate Director, CMA), John Marmarou (Founder/Executive Director, Total Rehab & Fitness), Patricia Neuman (Vice President for Medicare, Kaiser Family Foundation), Judith Stein (Founder/Executive Director, CMA), and Sen. Jay Rockefeller (WV, 1984-2015). Stay tuned for exciting announcements about additional speakers in the coming weeks.
Sharing the transformative discussions of the 10th Anniversary Summit with the widest audience possible is important to us, so this year we are offering free registration for all who wish to attend virtually. Please consider making a suggested donation of $10 – $100 along with your free registration today. Your contribution will immediately strengthen the Center’s resources and help build a bridge to better health care for current and future Medicare beneficiaries and their families.