Lessons Learned: ABC’s Experience in Helping Beneficiaries with Low Incomes Marisa Scala-Foley Associate Director, ABC Joint Conference on Aging March 9, 2005
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Lessons Learned: ABC’s Experience in Helping Beneficiaries with Low Incomes
Associate Director, ABC
Joint Conference on Aging
March 9, 2005
The Access to Benefits Coalition (ABC) includes hundreds of nonprofit organizations across the nation that share a commitment to helping Medicare beneficiaries with lower incomes find the best combination of public and private prescription savings programs they need to maintain their health and improve the quality of their lives.
Create a nationwide infrastructure that will maximize the enrollment of lower income seniors in the Transitional Assistance program and in related benefits in 2004-2005, and in Part D benefits in the longer term
By the end of 2008, at least 8 million lower-income beneficiaries will have enrolled in Medicare Part D low-income subsidy programs
By 2012, at least 12 million will have enrolled
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