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Anniversary & Advocacy Celebration - Shared screen with speaker view
Mark Hannay
25:41
everyone please mute yourself so that we don't get any audio feedback or background noise.
Mark Hannay
26:41
reminder: everyone please mute yourself so that we don't get any audio feedback or background noise.
Mike Howard
29:39
Good morning.
Gail Myers
30:38
good morning from Albany
Loray Hodge
31:01
Good Morning All 🌄
Barbara Thomas
31:36
Good morning from Saratoga!
Ann Rubin
32:34
Good morning from Brooklyn!
Cathy Lilly, SAG-AFTRA Healthcare Safetynet
33:00
Yes, good morning!
Myrna Miller
34:55
Hello and Happy Anniv Celebration from Medicare HIICAP /SHIP Westchester
Mark Hannay
37:06
As we proceed with our program this morning's event, everyone please introduce yourself here in the chat box. Please tell us your name, what city or region you are from, and what organizations or unions you are active with.
Charlie Battaglia
37:56
And lets make sure the government is able to negotiate with pharmaceutical companies under Medicare Part D
Bill McDonald
37:57
Bill McDonald-Aging Alliance of Rochester and Monroe County
Monica Bartley
38:08
Monica Bartley, CIDNY, Brooklyn, New York
Bill McDonald
38:18
Bravo!! So critical to have dental and hearing coverage
Mark Hannay
38:21
Again, everyone please put and keep yourself on mute.
Marisol Getchius
38:29
Marisol from Long Island. Work with Self Advocacy Assoc. of NYS
Ann Rubin
38:37
Ann Rubin, she/her, Rise and Resist Healthcare Action Group, Brooklyn
sharon shields
38:45
Sharon Shields from Brooklyn, NY. AARP
David Kotelchuck
38:50
Dave Kotelchuck, NYC, PSC-CUNY
Nina Tribble
38:55
Good morning from NYSARA-LI
Charlie Battaglia
39:02
Good morning All. Charlie Battaglia, Buffalo
Chris Noel
39:07
Chris Noel, NYC Parks
Steve Auerbach, MD, MPH
39:08
yes, expand and improve real public Medicare for some more (and for all) , but please do not further prop-up Medicare (dis)advantage.
Carly Losee
39:17
Carly Losee NY ILCHV
Mark Hannay
40:13
Again, as we proceed with our program this morning's event, everyone please introduce yourself here in the chat box. Please tell us your name, what city or region you are from, and what organizations or unions you are active with.
Jessica Zumaya
40:15
Good morning everyone, my name is Jessica and I am from Dallas College. I just started my career helping those who need it!
Kathleen Flynn, Clarity Group Medicare Broker
40:15
Kathleen Flynn in WNY, a Medicare Broker with Clarity Group. I spend most time talking about options for dental, vision, hearing and prescription costs.
Steve Auerbach, MD, MPH
40:24
Steve Auerbach, PNHP-NY Metro, Right to Health Action, NYC Doctors coalition (UWS Manhattan)
Mike Howard
40:55
Michael J. Howard(Mike). I reside in Far Rockaway,Queens,NYC form various orginizations.
Kathleen Collins
41:14
Kathleen Collins, Downstate New York ADAPT email: dnyadapt@gmail.com; Disabled In Action and Greater NY Council of the Blind.
Kent Olden
41:21
Kent Olden, Communications Content Manager for the Health Foundation for Western & Central New York.
Margaret Corbett
41:37
Peg Corbett-Rome, NYSUT and Central NY ARA
James B. Jacobs
42:07
Good morning everybody from N.Y.S. Long island .
Kathleen Collins
42:48
Can someone put the names of the bills in the chat?
Mark Hannay
43:36
The bill names will be shown on slides coming up later. The slides are also available to look at and download from www.nysenior.org
andrea fettinger
44:03
andrea fettinger, director, fultoncounty office for aging & youth
Sheron Milliner
44:03
Hi, Ms. Sheron Milliner, I have a mental illness disability and I sit on the Board Of Directors of NYAPRS.org and
Loray Hodge
44:12
Loray Hodge, Central Harlem, Ny
Kathleen Collins
44:28
Thank you.
Hannah Diamond
46:01
Good morning everyone. Thank you for hosting today's important event. I am Hannah Diamond, a state advocate from PHI
Charie McAteer UUP
46:53
Charlie McAteer United Univ. Professions, SUNY retirees, NYSUT/NYSARA Long Island
Cathy Lilly, SAG-AFTRA Healthcare Safetynet
50:22
Hi Again!, from Cathy Lilly, National Co-Chair of the SAG-AFTRA National Health Care Safety Net committee
Marcus Harazin
52:25
Its unfair that government keeps underwriting and enhancing fees to Medicare Managed Care plans and allowing them to provide enhanced services without adding these benefits to fee for service Medicare.
Mark Hannay
53:10
Again, as we proceed with our program this morning's event, everyone please introduce yourself here in the chat box. Please tell us your name, what city or region you are from, and what organizations or unions you are active with. Thank you!
Beth Nelson
54:23
Beth Nelson, NY Statewide Senior Action Council
Marc Lavietes
54:32
Hello to everyone - Marc Lavietes, PNHP MY Metro
Marcus Harazin
54:50
Hello from Marcus Harazin
Marcus Harazin
55:30
Marcus Harazin NY StateWide Senior Action Council
Steve Auerbach, MD, MPH
55:31
@Marcus: Yes! Hopefully that is what Schumer/Sanders "expand and improve real public Medicare for some more" will be. Make public Medicare better, without further subsidizing Medicare DISadvantage.
Steve Auerbach, MD, MPH
56:42
DISadvantage plans!
Steve Auerbach, MD, MPH
59:34
What can we do more to get Governor Cuomo from freezing/harming NYS Medicaid?
Steve Auerbach, MD, MPH
01:03:58
Are there any NYS Democratic Congress members who we need to work on to do better? Or in NYS are only the Republican members of congress the problem on these issues and bills?
Kathleen Collins
01:06:23
Please help pass A5367/S5028 which is a bill in both the Assembly and Senate of the NYS Legislature that would repeal the deadly restrictions made to home care eligibility in the 2020 NYS Budget. If you wish more information, please contact dnyadapt@gmail.com. Thank you.
Michael Burgess
01:07:31
FDR as Governor signed Old Age pensions in NYS in 1930. He wasn’t satisfied because he wanted a program with worker contributions so that they “owned” the benefit. That came in Social Security. Frances Perkins was the key advisor in Albany and Washington for both
Mark Hannay
01:07:53
Viva, Frances Perkins!
Bill McDonald
01:09:02
Great presentations! very informative Thank you
Julie Reedy
01:09:04
Julie Reedy Syracuse NY
Mary Clark
01:10:54
Targets : Congressional Targets Tom Suozzi, Kathleen Rice, Sean Patrick Maloney, Antonio Delgado
Julie Reedy
01:11:25
Julie Reedy board member for Arise. Onondaga County, Syracuse NY
Mary Clark
01:11:47
Sorry did not mean to send yet other important targets
Steve Auerbach, MD, MPH
01:12:41
this backdoor privatization/cuts of Medicare and Social Security with some Dem support has not gotten enough attention among broader progressive movement. Everybody here, let us amplify this in all our social media and listservs TODAY. Oppose the "Time to 'Rescue' US Trusts Act S1295(Romney)/HR2675(Gallagher)!
Mark Hannay
01:12:42
ALL members of NY's congressional delegation need to be contracted on these issues.
Steve Auerbach, MD, MPH
01:14:38
Before we celebrate: . Everybody here, let us amplify this in all our social media and listservs TODAY. Oppose the "Time to 'Rescue' US Trusts Act S1295(Romney)/HR2675(Gallagher)!
Kathleen Collins
01:16:21
Do we have any hashtags or social media kit?
Mike Howard
01:17:26
If congress messes up,make them work overtime without an August recess.
Julie Reedy
01:20:57
I might have missed it but is there a way to raise wages for CNA/caregivers? The people who actually do the hands on for individuals living in group homes or nursing homes.. so many staffing shortages because fast food workers make more than these workers
Steve Auerbach, MD, MPH
01:22:43
I'd like to make a small pitch for global covid and future pandemic prevention S.2297 which passed out of Senate foreign affairs with some republican votes, and is shockingly good (and has house companion bill that already passed house). See: https://www.r2haction.org/history-being-made
Loray Hodge
01:22:50
I'm Sorry Everyone, I Have To Go, Thank U'll For Having Me. Questions: Should Disabilities Have An Social Worker For What's Needed, Next ... Do You Have To Be Hospitalized In Order To Get Extra Home Attended Hours If Needed ?
Lorraine Assent
01:25:49
How the emigrants are secure in there health plan and we the tax payers are not and seniors are not
Kathleen Collins
01:25:59
Thank you for raising these issues on voting.
Mark Hannay
01:26:58
there are currently about 400,000 immigrants in NY who do not have any health care coverage in place.
Marjorie Harrison
01:28:17
Thanks for a great program! Marjorie Harrison, Long Island.
Najee Walker
01:28:27
I am having a breakfast sandwich!
Najee Walker
01:28:44
Also hello! I am Najee! Recently joined Citizen Action!
David McNally
01:28:47
Hello from Olmstedville, NY!
Ann Rubin
01:28:50
Celebrating all with chocolate babka!
Julie Reedy
01:28:52
I might have missed it but is there a way to raise wages for CNA/caregivers? The people who actually do the hands on for individuals living in group homes or nursing homes.. so many staffing shortages because fast food workers make more than these workers
Steve Auerbach, MD, MPH
01:29:46
@Julie in NYS there is a fight for FairPay4HomeCare campaign
Mark Hannay
01:29:58
That's what the new federal HCBS $$ is for!
Julie Reedy
01:30:19
Thank you
Julia Duff
01:30:30
Hi from the Spina Bifida Association of NENY!
Steve Auerbach, MD, MPH
01:31:00
https://www.nycaringmajority.org/
MIRTA FELICIANO
01:31:10
Good Morning everyone
Mark Hannay
01:31:33
today's slides are at: www.nysenior.org
Lara Kassel, she/her, Medicaid Matters NY
01:31:34
Follow Medicaid Matters on Twitter! @MedicaidMtrsNY
Ramo Budraj
01:32:04
Hi I am Ramo from NY
Charles Hudson
01:33:41
I thought the presentation was but how do we strengthen the independent living movement and our advocates because of the budget cuts. there is so much of the independent living movement and philosophy structure that has been lost so how do we go forth?
Cathy Lilly, SAG-AFTRA Healthcare Safetynet
01:34:19
Thank you everyone!
Steve Auerbach, MD, MPH
01:34:32
I'd like to make a small pitch for global covid and future pandemic prevention S.2297 which passed out of Senate foreign affairs with some republican votes, and is shockingly good (and has house companion bill that already passed house). See: https://www.r2haction.org/history-being-made
Margaret Corbett
01:35:04
Our son lost his job of 28 years, thank God for NY State medicaid, and other programs. 14 months unemployed and has been OK because of the programs that have been fought for.
Ann Rubin
01:35:21
Thanks everyone!
David McNally
01:35:33
Great show everyone. Nice to see so many people.
Charlie Battaglia
01:35:41
Good job all.
Mark Hannay
01:35:56
Thanks to Najee Walker for running our zoom for us today!
Najee Walker
01:36:04
Happy to help!
Gene Dumlao
01:36:26
HAPPY ANNIVERSARY MEDICAID & MEDICARE> Ya'LL have a great weekend.maybe at least SaturdY WILL BE DRY.😀
Margaret Corbett
01:36:30
Thank you, this was wonderful!
Sheron Milliner
01:37:16
Happy Birthday for the ADA, Medicare, Medicaid, SSA.
Mark Hannay
01:38:57
Happy anniversary for ALL OF US, for Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, and the ADA!!