What Medicare beneficiaries want—and don’t want—from government

Findings from eHealth’s latest bi-annual study of health insurance trends show most Americans want the government to take action on drug costs.

Understanding 2022 Medicare Changes as Open Enrollment Period Nears

During the open enrollment period for 2022 Medicare coverage, which runs from October 15 to December 7, seniors will see added costs and complexities in the year ahead. Ensurem’s Dave Rich explains what to expect.

Ritter expands in Florida with acquisition of Executive Resource Insurance Network

Purchase increases Ritter’s distribution network in one of the most valuable markets in the senior insurance industry.

Senior Market Sales Announces Pair of Acquisitions

Marking a notable new direction in its growth strategy, Senior Market Sales has already announced a pair of significant acquisitions so far in September.

Best and Worst States for Elderly Healthcare

Minnesota and Oklahoma top and bottom out latest rankings from MedicareGuide on measures of cost, access and quality of care.

Seniors increasingly customize Medicare insurance to fit lifestyles

When lifestyles dictate the kind of coverage one needs, seniors seek consultative help in making their best choice among the proliferation of alternatives, says Ensurem CEO Dave Rich.

With Medigap Plan F option gone, what do seniors choose most now?

New AAMSI study reveals preferred Medicare Supplement insurance choices for those turning 65.

Medicare specialist Ensurem acquired by private investment firm in move to fuel growth

Senior insurance company Ensurem has been acquired by Miami-based 777 Partners in a move that will provide the company with capital for continued growth.

Disturbing percentage of Med Supp, Advantage enrollees lack full understanding of plans

A revealing new dataset on Medicare beneficiaries sheds light on just how little many of them understand about the coverage.

Rural Medicare Advantage enrollees more likely to switch to traditional Medicare

Study from Health Affairs finds barriers in gaining access to care lead to switching, particularly among rural patients with the poorest health status