The survey results presented in this report track Medicare beneficiaries’ attitudes to proposals that would potentially expand Medicare coverage to more Americans, and the support of beneficiaries for presidential candidates who champion a “Medicare for all” reform of the program.
The survey results presented in this report describe Medicare consumers’ priorities when choosing a Medicare insurance plan, their concerns about costs and surprise medical bills, and how they prefer to shop for and enroll in Medicare insurance products
This report presents results from a survey of Medicare Advantage enrollees who purchased their coverage through eHealth. It explores consumer familiarity with the special open enrollment period for Medicare Advantage and the various reasons that may inspire enrollees to make changes to their coverage.
Medicare Supplement plans of the same type (Plan A, for example) offered by different insurers may vary significantly from one another in terms of premium while providing the same basic benefits and levels of coverage.
This report presents an analysis of costs and trends among consumers not receiving government subsidies who selected Affordable Care Act (ACA) insurance plans through eHealth during the first half of the nationwide open enrollment period for 2020...
This report presents an analysis of costs and trends among consumers who selected Medicare insurance products through eHealth during the first half of the annual open enrollment period for 2020 coverage, which ends December 7, 2019. Data presented in this report is drawn from October 15 through November 8, 2019.
As legislators and 2020 presidential candidates debate possible expansions of the Medicare program and propositions to decrease the cost of prescription drugs for American consumers, the analysis presented here explores consumer sentiments on these issues. Findings are compiled from voluntary surveys of consumers who purchased Medicare plans or individual and family plans compliant with the Affordable Care Act (ACA) through eHealth.