Dec 12, 2017
MedicareCompareUSA Continues Rapid Growth and Marketplace Leadership Through New Agreement With Providence Health
(BELLINGHAM, Wash. – December 11, 2017) — MedicareCompareUSA announced today that it has partnered with Providence Health in South Carolina to launch a toll-free helpline that will make it easier for local Medicare beneficiaries to find a health plan that...
Oct 10, 2017
MedicareCompareUSA and CHI Health in Nebraska to Establish Toll-Free Helpline to Assist Medicare Beneficiaries in Health Plan Selection
(BELLINGHAM, Wash. – October 10, 2017) — MedicareCompareUSA announced today that it has entered into an agreement with CHI Health to establish a toll-free helpline that will assist Medicare beneficiaries in Nebraska and southwest Iowa in choosing a health plan that best meets their personal needs and preferences.
Six things hospitals can do to attract and retain desirable Medicare market share
Written by Kerri Lenderman | October 09, 2017
Most hospitals today sink or swim financially based, in great part, on their ability to attract and retain desirable market share.
This can best be achieved by helping patients choose a health plan with which the hospital has favorable reimbursement. But while that answer is clear, the question remains of “how best to do this?”
A great place to start is with the Medicare patient, which represents the fastest-growing segment of the American population. Here are six things to do for that audience:
Oct 5, 2017
and the CHI Texas Division to Establish
Toll-Free Helpline to Assist Medicare Beneficiaries
in Health Plan Selection
(BELLINGHAM, Wash. – October 4, 2017) — MedicareCompareUSA announced today that it has entered into an agreement with the CHI Texas Division to establish a toll-free helpline that will assist Medicare beneficiaries in choosing a health plan that best meets their personal needs and preferences.
Sep 6, 2017
Time for Providers to Control Their Own Destiny
By Kerri Lenderman - September 6, 2017
As providers get caught between nagging government regulations, shrinking reimbursement from insurers, and new competition from entrepreneurial startups, the struggle for desirable market share has never been greater. In this carnival of change, hospital and physician leaders have four choices. They can waste time trying to retrace the genesis and evolution that has created this battlefield, they can grind their teeth in frustration, they can fiddle around the fringes and hope for the best, or they can flex their own muscles to control their own destiny.
Controlling one’s own destiny begins with having an impact on how consumers choose their providers, and in that regard there is no simple answer. Those consumers without longstanding relationships often select a health plan first and then choose their provider based on who that plan offers...