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Richmond, Va. (October 22, 2020) – AllyAlign Health, a leading convener and owner of Medicare Advantage plans designed for senior housing residents, is pleased to announce all qualifying AAH partner MA-PD health plans have achieved a 4.5 or 5 Star Rating for Part D services for 2021.

This is a significant achievement and reflects our partner plans’ dedication and collaborative efforts to provide outstanding quality and service to members.

CMS releases Star Ratings annually, giving each eligible health plan a score for its quality and performance. According to 2019 Star Ratings, only 15% of MA-PD plan members were enrolled in 4.5 Star Rating or higher.

“This standard of excellence demonstrates our commitment to partners, members and the industry at large.”, Will Saunders, Founder & CEO.

2021 5.0 Star Rating for Part D Services

  • Great Plains Medicare Advantage (Nebraska)
  • PruittHealth Premier (Georgia)
  • NHC Advantage (Missouri and Tennessee)

2021 4.5 Star Rating for Part D Services

  • AgeRight Advantage (Oregon)
  • LifeWorks Advantage (Virginia)
  • Liberty Advantage (North Carolina)
  • PruittHealth Premier (North and South Carolina)
  • Simpra Advantage (Alabama)

The CMS’ Medicare Star Rating system rates the quality and performance of Medicare Advantage and Medicare prescription drug plans to help consumers and their families compare plans. Medicare evaluates plans based on a 5-Star Rating system (where 5 is the highest rank). Star Ratings are calculated each year and may change from one year to the next.

Star Ratings for Part D Services are based on how well a health plan provides medication coverage along with a number of factors, including: Prescription Drug Event (PDE) data, customer service, member complaints, member experience with the drug plan, and drug safety and adherence. The annual Medicare Star Ratings can be found online at

About AllyAlign Health

AllyAlign Health is a leading convener and owner of Medicare Advantage plans designed for senior housing residents. The company began reforming the health system in 2014 by enabling leading long-term care providers to launch provider-sponsored managed care plans for vulnerable senior populations. Today, AAH manages a number of comprehensive special needs plans to reduce healthcare costs and improve patient quality of life.

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