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March 25, 2015 | Categories: <unknown>

How Much Does Health Insurance Cost Without a Subsidy? eHealth Price Index Report Shows What Off-Exchange Consumers Paid During the 2015 Obamacare Enrollment Period

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – March 25, 2014 – According to a report released today by eHealth, Inc. (NASDAQ: EHTH), which operates eHealth.com, the nation’s first and largest private online health insurance exchange, consumers shopping through eHealth’s non-governmental marketplace during the 2015 open enrollment period chose plans with monthly premiums averaging $286 for individual coverage and $727 for family coverage. This represents an increase in average...
November 28, 2012 | Categories: Company-issued Reports, <unknown>, Cost and Benefits

Family Health Insurance Premiums Drop for the First Time in Seven Years, According to eHealth’s 2012 Report on the Cost and Benefits of Individual & Family Health Insurance

Today eHealth, Inc., America’s first and largest private health insurance exchange for individuals and families, released its annual report, The Cost and Benefits of Individual individuals paid average premiums of $190 per month, an increase of 3.8%.
With 11 Days Left in Medicare's 2013 Annual Enrollment Period, eHealth Study Finds 92% of Participants Not in Plan With Lowest Total Out-of-Pocket Costs
November 27, 2012 | Categories: <unknown>

With 11 Days Left in Medicare's 2013 Annual Enrollment Period, eHealth Study Finds 92% of Participants Not in Plan With Lowest Total Out-of-Pocket Costs

Ninety-two percent (92%) of Medicare beneficiaries are not currently enrolled in the Medicare prescription drug plan (PDP) or Medicare Advantage prescription drug plan (MAPD) with the lowest total out-of-pocket costs available to them, according to new research from eHealth, Inc. (NASDAQ: EHTH). eHealth's 2013 Medicare AEP Snapshot Survey based on over 3,000 user sessions from PlanPrescriber.com during the first three weeks of Medicare's 2013 Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) found that the average Medicare beneficiary who switched to the plan with the lowest total out-of-pocket costs in 2013 could save over $600.
How Much Does Medicare Advantage Cost? - eHealth Publishes Analysis of 2013 Medicare Advantage Plan Costs and Benefits
October 15, 2012 | Categories: Consumer Advice, <unknown>

How Much Does Medicare Advantage Cost? - eHealth Publishes Analysis of 2013 Medicare Advantage Plan Costs and Benefits

eHealth, Inc. published an analysis of the public use Medicare Advantage “landscape source files” for the years 2011, 2012 and 2013. The analysis found that the average monthly premium will be $60.09, and the average annual out-of-pocket maximum will be $4,415 for all available Medicare Advantage plans in 2013. The data is published in PlanPrescriber’s “2013 Medicare Advantage Plan Landscape Data Summary” and is available in the eHealth media center. PlanPrescriber is a wholly-owned subsidiary of eHealth, Inc. (NASDAQ: EHTH).
September 19, 2012 | Categories: Consumer Surveys, <unknown>

Baby Boomers: Not Saving for Retirement, Don’t Understand Medicare – eHealth Survey Finds

About 90 percent of the baby boomers surveyed also reported being more concerned about the future of Medicare because of the upcoming presidential election. In spite of concerns about Medicare’s future, many did not understand basic parts of how the Medicare program actually works. Many of those surveyed failed to correctly answer four basic questions about commonly accepted “Medicare myths.”
July 24, 2012 | Categories: Company-issued Reports, <unknown>

How Much Does Short-Term Health Insurance Cost? Individuals Paid Average $67 per month in 2011, eHealthInsurance Report Finds

Today, eHealth, Inc. the parent company of eHealthInsurance.com (http://www.ehealthinsurance.com), the leading online source of health insurance for individuals, families and small businesses, published a report on the ‘Cost & Benefits of Short-Term Health Insurance Plans.’ According to the report, in 2011 individuals paid $67 per month on average for a short-term health insurance policy and had a $1,821 deductible, while families paid $153 per month on average for a short-term health insurance policy and had a $1,877 deductible.
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