Trend toward more beneficiaries preferring digital communication driven by younger enrollees: 50% of Medicare respondents age 65-70 prefer digital communication, vs. 43% of those over age 76
HealthMine Press Releases
HealthMine Survey: Health Plans Not Meeting Medicare Beneficiaries' Communication Preferences; 47% of Beneficiaries Prefer Digital Communication vs. 34% Communicating with Plan Digitally
69 Percent of Medicare Beneficiaries Think Medicare Will Not Be Available for Their Children: HealthMine Survey
Survey of 781 Medicare Advantage beneficiaries shows that 63 percent are concerned if Medicare will be available throughout their lives
As CMS Promotes Telehealth, Survey Reveals Medicare Beneficiaries May Need Better Understanding/Awareness of Telehealth: HealthMine Survey
Survey of 781 Medicare Advantage beneficiaries shows telehealth lags behind most desired covered services like home modification for medical needs, or food delivery services; plus, just 17 percent of respondents were aware their plan offered telehealth services
HealthMine CEO, Bryce Williams, presenting at the RISE Star Ratings Master Class: "Improving star quality ratings: how to think like a start-up to drive clinical health action"
Bryce Williams, president & CEO of HealthMine, Inc., the Health Action as a Service company (HAaaS), will be presenting at the 9th Annual RISE Star Ratings Master Class
60 Percent of Medicare Advantage Beneficiaries Say Plan Does Not Incentivize Action to Improve Health: HealthMine
Only 25 percent of beneficiaries say that plan provides personalized incentives
With Drug Adherence Given Triple Weight Among Star Ratings Measures, 19 Percent of Medicare Advantage Beneficiaries Forget to Take Medications: HealthMine
24 percent of beneficiaries who forget, said they do so at least once per week
HealthMine, Inc. Releases 'The HealthMine 2018-2019 Medicare Advantage Report: Optimizing Chronic Disease Management for Medicare Advantage Organizations'
Report reveals survey results from Medicare Advantage beneficiaries reporting perceptions of their plan in helping them manage health