Healthcare executives are investing in Medicare Advantage strategies despite concerns about lack of operational expertise.
Almost 13.1 million enrolled in Medicare Supplement plans by the end of 2017, led by UnitedHealth’s 4.5 million members.
The Center for Medicare Advocacy, Justice in Aging and the Medicare Rights Center sent a joint letter to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services last week, objecting to serious inaccuracies in the draft Medicare & You Handbook for 2019.
Mailing of the new cards started this month and will continue into next year. This provides a perfect opportunity for agents to be a hero by helping people avoid a slew of scammers by providing the facts and exposing common deception techniques.
Mark Farrah Associates reports Medicare Advantage plan enrollment exceeds 21 million as of Feb. 2018, an increase of 7.6% compared to Feb. 2017.
A new, intuitive tool created by MedicareCompareUSA shows market penetration by county of Medicare Advantage plans, both in raw numbers and share of market.
An extensive (and expensive) list of perpetrators make up the “No Class of 2017” as determined by the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud.
The strategic alliance, starting with an MA plan in 2019, is intended to maximize choice for seniors by leveraging Mutual of Omaha’s customer-centered brand and Lumeris’ value-based model.
Mark Farrah Associates latest brief on enrollment trends in Employer-Group Medicare Advantage shows MA membership stood at 20.1 million as of Dec. 1.
Duplicative CMS recertifying requirements for Medicare agents could become a thing of the past thanks to new proposed rule.