In year three of our Senior Media Habits Study, we take a look at the ways COVID-19 has affected the media consumption of seniors.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, health insurers are taking different approaches when tackling loneliness, a social determinant of health (SDoH).
A conversation with Media Logic Founder & CEO David Schultz on health insurance marketing in the context of the recent pandemic.
One of the biggest challenges that Medicare marketers face is having timely access to the data and metrics needed to help guide actions before, during and after the Annual Enrollment Period (AEP).
Marketing in times of crisis? The question of whether it is appropriate can have multiple answers. Understanding and planning for the impact on your overall brand, both in the short term and long term, should be explored.
Branding during a crisis is all about the appropriate response. In the case of healthcare providers and payers, in times of stress and uncertainty, responding by focusing on the customer experience is key.
With the switch rate for the Medicare Annual Election Period (AEP) ticking up (again) this year, we took some time to study the direct mail creative of plans with YoY enrollment gains.
For 2020, we noticed several new market entrants or “start-ups” who entered the highly competitive Medicare Advantage space. We took a closer look at nine new plans and created a SlideShare with observations on their history, pricing and positioning strategies, as well as their results.
We continue to see Medicare Advantage insurers offer new dual-eligible special needs plans (D-SNPs). We examined creative samples from D-SNP plans with significant YoY enrollment gains following the 2020 Medicare Open Enrollment Period (AEP).
While we've seen a number of co-branded, payer-provider partnerships announced in the past, this type of joint branding between two insurance companies stands out as unique.