McMorris Rodgers Votes to Keep Promises to Seniors, Strengthen Medicare Advantage

Communications • June 18, 2015

“Today the House continued its work toward innovative, patient-centered health care reforms by strengthening Medicare Advantage for the millions of seniors who rely on it.” WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) voted for four important bipartisan bills that improve the Medicare Advantage program for seniors. The bills include H.R. 2505, the Medicare …

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Let’s hire more heroes

Rep. Rodney Davis • September 18, 2014

Rep. Rodney Davis represents Illinois’ 13th Congressional District in the House of Representatives. He sponsored the Hire More Heroes Act which the House will include as part of the Jobs For America Act this week. The failures of Obamacare are almost too great to count – from website glitches and an embarrassing roll-out to increased out-of-pocket expenses and …

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Empowerment > Health Care > Health Care | Seniors

Obamacare could ruin home health care

Jared Powell • July 17, 2014

Right now, 3.5 million seniors get the health care they need in their homes. But thanks to Obamacare, that could soon change. Home health care reduces emergency room visits and hospitalizations. It helps seniors stay in their homes – and it saves billions of dollars annually. But over the next four years, President Obama’s health care law will …

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12 damaging facts you don’t know about the VA scandal

Jared Powell • June 30, 2014

For generations, we’ve made a commitment to veterans –  those who bravely served to protect our way of life. That’s why the scandal at the Department of Veterans’ Affairs is an outrage to every American. We know our veterans deserve better because that’s what we promised them. Although President Obama asked for, and received, the resignation …

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Accountability > Oversight | Seniors

McMorris Rodgers: Now Is the Time to Fix a Broken VA System

Communications • May 30, 2014

WASHINGTON, DC – House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) released the following statement today following the resignation of Secretary of Veterans Affairs Eric Shinseki. “I thank Secretary Shinseki for his 38 years of service to our great nation. While I am hopeful his resignation will lead to greater accountability and transparency within the VA, …

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An America that works at home: Health Care

Communications • April 24, 2014

A strong America is a healthy America. This week, House Republicans met with Americans across the country who are being harmed the most Obamacare. We remain dedicated to health care reforms that lowers costs, provides greater access, and ensures high-quality care. Rep. Larry Buschon (IN-08) sits with one of cancer’s youngest victims while on his …

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Health Care > Accountability > Health Care | Seniors | Women

6 House Republicans sounding off

Jared Powell • April 9, 2014

“ObamaCare is not a harmless prank, like the pattern of broken promises and mistrusts could lead one to believe.” Small Business Committee Chairman Sam Graves (MO-6),  “ObamaCare Is No Harmless Prank” “Generic drugs saved Americans $1.2 trillion in pharmaceutical costs over the past 10 years, and $217 billion in 2012 alone.” – Rep. Marsha Blackburn (TN-07), “A Threat …

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Real Relief for Seniors and All Americans

Rep Peter Roskam • March 14, 2014

WASHINGTON, DC – House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) today released the following statement after the House passed HR 4015, the SGR Repeal and Medicare Provider Payment Modernization Act: “Today the House acted to make a number of much-needed improvements to our nation’s broken health care system. Medicare’s current Sustainable Growth Rate (SGR) is anything but …

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Health Care > Health Care | Seniors | Women

Medicare Home Health Benefits, CMS Cuts to the Program: What Does it Mean for Seniors and Women?

Policy • March 5, 2014

What is the Issue? Approximately 3.5 million of the oldest, sickest, and poorest Medicare beneficiaries receive care at home. Yet, on November 22, 2013, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announced a regulation that went into effect on January 1, 2014 and is projected to significantly impact this vulnerable population and their access …

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Health Care > Health Care | Seniors

Medicare Part D, CMS Recent Regulations, and Their Impact — What Does it Mean for Seniors?

Policy • February 26, 2014

Senior health care is covered by Medicare and its four programs, including Medicare Part D, the prescription drug benefit program.  According to CRS, in 2012, 62 percent of Medicare-eligible seniors participated in Part D.[1] Over the last ten years, the Medicare Part D program has performed better than expected.  According to recent statistics, the estimated …

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