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D-SNP Market and Prospects

Trends and Stats To Know about the D-SNP Market and Prospects

As Medicare marketers, we pay close attention to the rapid growth of Medicare Advantage plans, and dual-eligible special needs plans (D-SNPs) are on the rise. The number of D-SNPs on the market rose 16.4% to 703 plans in 2021, and data from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services shows enrollment rose by 22% YoY to more than 4 million at the start of 2022. In light of this substantial growth, Medicare marketers should read our blog for notable trends and statistics about the D-SNP market and dual eligible prospects.

A graphic shows three scenes of caregivers supporting older adults in daily lives to introduce this blog on caregiver support in Medicare plans..

Caregiver Support: A Strategy Worthy of Payer Attention

Caregivers are not only valuable contributors to the health care system, but they can also influence member shopping decisions on Medicare and other plans, and they are payer members and patients themselves. While the current trend toward value-based care emphasizes patient centricity, it stands to reason that payers that also develop and communicate benefits which support caregivers will improve outcomes all the way around. Understanding the caregiver landscape and their unmet needs is key to informing strategies to address them.

HC Insights - The payvider trend

The Payvider Trend: Why it is Surging and What It Means

The concept of "payvider" is not a new one the industry has tested and launched value-based partnerships between payers and providers for many years. We explore the payvider trend within the Medicare space, what these models look like and what's to come.

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Top 10 Healthcare Marketing Blog Posts of 2021

While some of us are still processing 2020, it's hard to believe that 2021 is coming to a close! A look at our top healthcare marketing blogs from the last 12 months reveals marketers' keen interest in marketing content about Medicare, New-to-Medicare, D-SNP and trends related to the 60-65+ demographic.