In 2021, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services began updating the customer-facing homepage and relevant linked pages on Medicare.gov. When we compared screenshots from 2021 to the same webpages in 2022, we noticed substantial improvements in clarity, stylization, ease of navigation and readability. Click through our slide deck to see the biggest changes from year to year.
Each year at Media Logic, we look at overall enrollment numbers to see which health insurers had substantial enrollment gains. We also compile direct mail creative examples.
To say 2020 has been a tumultuous year is probably the understatement of the year. The COVID-19 health crisis has dramatically changed how we live, shop and even receive healthcare. And it's has impacted this year's Medicare AEP direct mail campaigns as well. Here's a look at a few "mini-trends" we're starting to see emerge early on in 2021 Medicare AEP direct mail marketing.
In any scenario, a successful Medicare Advantage marketing launch is not simply a matter of lighting up your “Open” sign. It requires significant research, strategic planning and consumer education.
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.
Medicare Medical Savings Account (MSA), a type of Medicare Advantage plan that combines a high-deductible health plan (HDHP) with a medical savings account have been around for 12 years. Current enrollment is low, but will these plans ever receive meaningful growth and penetration?
For the 2020 Medicare AEP, CMS introduced a new Medicare Plan Finder (MPF) designed to streamline the overall user experience. We decided to ask an actual usual to report back to us on her thoughts when using this new tool.
Overall, CMS continues the trend of allowing greater flexibility to Medicare Advantage plans - including a new rule expanding the availability of telehealth services.
There's definitely a lot of news coming from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) lately, providing greater flexibility for health insurers to design and market Medicare Advantage plans that stand out.
New CMS rules allow Medicare Advantage plans to add supplemental benefits. This offers innovative health plans the opportunity to introduce new and compelling features... and gives healthcare marketers the chance to effectively promote them.