Personal Finance Distress Signals: New Study of Individual Health Insurance Consumers Shows That Despite Financial Optimism and Overall Satisfaction, Many Are Not Prepared for High Medical Costs
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA. – February 9, 2015 – eHealth, Inc. (NASDAQ: EHTH – eHealth.com), the nation’s first and largest private online health insurance exchange, today released a report showing that while most consumers who purchase coverage on their own are financially optimistic and generally satisfied with their plans, more than six-in-ten (61%) believe they would have difficulty paying for their deductible in case of a medical emergency.
eHealth Price Index: Earliest Health Insurance Shoppers Pick More Expensive, Higher Metal Level Plans; Premiums 12% Higher For November 15 Shoppers vs. December 31 Shoppers
eHealth Price Index shows that earlier health insurance shoppers tend to pick richer, more expensive plans. Average premiums were 11% higher for shoppers who selected plans on November 15, 2014 than those who selected plans on December 31, 2014.
eHealth Releases Top Five Reasons Why Currently-Insured Consumers Should Reshop for Health Insurance During Open Enrollment
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – November 11, 2014 – Today eHealth, Inc. (NASDAQ: EHTH – eHealthInsurance.com), the nation’s first and largest private online health insurance exchange, published its top five reasons why even consumers who already have health insurance may wish to reshop for new 2015 health plans during the upcoming open enrollment period.
eHealth Launches New Subsidy Help Center to Address Consumer Questions and Confusion About Health Insurance Subsidies for 2015
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA -- 10/21/14 -- Today eHealth, Inc. (NASDAQ: EHTH) (eHealthInsurance.com), the nation's first and largest private online health insurance exchange, announced the launch of its new Subsidy Help Center, a dedicated consumer resource center providing educational information, videos, and tools designed to help subsidy-eligible consumers navigate open enrollment and get the health insurance subsidies they may be due next year. The launch of the Subsidy Help Center comes as millions of Americans are beginning to receive notices from their insurers about the renewal of their coverage and subsidies for 2015.