HealthMine Press Releases
With Drug Adherence Given Triple Weight Among Star Ratings Measures, 19 Percent of Medicare Advantage Beneficiaries Forget to Take Medications: HealthMine
Sun, 01/27/2019 – 11:22
Trend toward more beneficiaries preferring digital communication driven by younger enrollees: 50% of Medicare respondents age 65-70 prefer digital communication, vs. 43% of those over age 76.
60 Percent of Medicare Advantage Beneficiaries Say Plan Does Not Incentivize Action to Improve Health: HealthMine
Sun, 01/06/2019 – 12:02
Only 25 percent of beneficiaries say that plan provides personalized incentives.
HealthMine CEO, Bryce Williams, presenting at the RISE Star Ratings Master Class: “Improving star quality ratings: how to think like a start-up to drive clinical health action”
Mon, 12/10/2018 – 20:32
Bryce Williams, president & CEO of HealthMine, Inc., the Health Action as a Service company (HAaaS), will be presenting at the 9th Annual RISE Star Ratings Master Class.
As CMS Promotes Telehealth, Survey Reveals Medicare Beneficiaries May Need Better Understanding/Awareness of Telehealth: HealthMine Survey
Wed, 11/21/2018 – 04:02
Survey of 781 Medicare Advantage beneficiaries shows telehealth lags behind most desired covered services like home modification for medical needs, or food delivery services; plus, just 17 percent of respondents were aware their plan offered telehealth services.
69 Percent of Medicare Beneficiaries Think Medicare Will Not Be Available for Their Children: HealthMine Survey
Tue, 10/16/2018 – 06:02
Survey of 781 Medicare Advantage beneficiaries shows that 63 percent are concerned if Medicare will be available throughout their lives.
HealthMine Survey: Health Plans Not Meeting Medicare Beneficiaries’ Communication Preferences; 47% of Beneficiaries Prefer Digital Communication vs. 34% Communicating with Plan Digitally
Thu, 09/27/2018 – 05:02
Trend toward more beneficiaries preferring digital communication driven by younger enrollees: 50% of Medicare respondents age 65-70 prefer digital communication, vs. 43% of those over age 76