Conducting a Survey – What To Do and What NOT To Do

Health reform creeping into our consciousness

Knowledge of PPACA and health reform in general has increased over the last year. After declining during 2011, when the legislation received less attention, the percentage of consumers who said they know something about health reform increased from 27% in Q1 2011 to...

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Conducting a Survey – What To Do and What NOT To Do

How different are the uninsured?

Uninsured consumers that will be eligible to purchase health insurance in exchanges in 2014 are different from those who have commercial coverage today. They are different in many key areas that will impact their likelihood to purchase insurance in an exchange and the...

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Conducting a Survey – What To Do and What NOT To Do

How to achieve a 5-star rating?

Based on the most recent CMS Medicare star ratings (see our blog), one of two courses of action seems best: Emulate the successful policies, procedures and strategies employed by Kaiser Foundation Health Plans, or Launch a new Medicare Advantage plan in Wisconsin...

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2013 Medicare star ratings show some changes

2013 Medicare star ratings show some changes

CMS released Medicare Advantage rates on October 12th just in time for the 2013 open enrollment period. The results show a 20% increase in the number of 4.5 and 5 star Medicare Advantage plans for 2013. According to a CMS press release, 37% of all Medicare Advantage...

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Conducting a Survey – What To Do and What NOT To Do

Is your personal doctor worth $100 per month?

Whether they just want to avoid the hassle of trying to find a new doctor or they highly value their personal doctors, most consumers indicate they would not change doctors for less than $100 per month.  Even at $100 per month, it is not a sure bet that the typical...

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