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Partner Activity

MRAN Ohio works closely with other state and national advocates to educate on policy proposals that will impact patients in our state. Browse below for the latest information, resources, and activities from our partners.


Get an overview of Medicare and coverage options from our experts. Click on the link for a listing of upcoming in-person and virtual events this spring, throughout Ohio.


On March 14, the Ohio Department of Insurance Director Judith L. French and the Ohio Senior Health Insurance Information Program (OSHIIP) will kick-off the spring Welcome to Medicare campaign. OSHIIP Medicare experts will provide an overview of Medicare, Part A and B benefits, Part D prescription drug coverage, Medicare supplement plans, Medicare Advantage plans, eligibility, enrollment, and coverage options.


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Prevent Blindness shares information and resources to help patients who are in treatment for glaucoma.

Guest Column from Luke Russell, Executive Director for National Alliance on Mental Illness of Ohio “The drug pricing plan put forth rehashes forced price-setting policies on selected drugs in the Medicare Part D program. Such government overreach will result in reduced access to medicine for patients and it will discourage innovation of new medicines.”

Six or eight week classes open to the public to teach general health and wellness strategies.

On behalf of Ohio patients, the undersigned organizations urge our Ohio U.S. House Representatives and our U.S. Senators to not accept provisions in H.R. 3 that would implement government mandated pricing for prescription drugs in Medicare.

Dr. Elizabeth Bonanno, Behavioral Health Medical Director at Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Ohio, emphasizes the importance of seeking mental health services during the COVO-19 pandemic.

MHAOhio Executive Director Kenton Beachy shares how proposed changes to Medicare would weaken access to mental health drugs.

Learn more about mental health resources available specific to Ohio’s Black community.

MHAOhio guides people to mental health services that may not otherwise be accessible.

Ohio partners are committed to protecting vulnerable Medicare beneficiaries. Read the letter here.

Learn how Ohio partners joined to share concerns about proposed changes to Medicare Part D.