open enrollment

Open enrollment: 7 ways Trump’s actions could impact uninsured rateThe key changes the Trump Administration has made that could make it more difficult for consumers to sign up for healthcare coverage.
ACA repeal failure: 5 action items for healthcare execsNow that the Graham-Cassidy bill has failed, here’s what healthcare executives should do to plan for 2018.
How payers can stand out for great customer service in 2017As we begin the New Year, healthcare payers have an immediate opportunity to boost member satisfaction.
As consumerism grows, payers must capitalize on open enrollmentMost Americans have health insurance today, but according to new research from Xerox, only three out of 10 are very confident that their current health plan is the best fit for their family.
Six ways health plans address consumer pain pointsConsumers want more, and it’s time to deliver. Here’s how health insurers can retain current members and attract new ones.
Consumers exploit health insurance exchange loopholes
Consumers exploit health insurance exchange loopholesHealth plans have found that Affordable Care Act (ACA) exchange plans are plagued with loopholes, and that some consumers are taking advantage.
Five ways to better prepare for open enrollmentHow approaching the open-enrollment process with a customer-centric mindset promotes member retention.
First statewide universal coverage: Can it happen?Colorado could have the first statewide universal healthcare system in the country if proposed legislation passes in November. Will it happen? Experts weigh in.
What health plans should do during open enrollment seasonAs health insurers become increasingly more proactive and personalized in their interactions with individuals, they increase their ability to improve the cost and quality of healthcare while building loyalty in a competitive market.
More enrollees eligible for tax subsidies this year on healthcare.govAbout 87% of all enrollees during the first month of open enrollment on were eligible for financial assistance, compared to 80% during a similar time frame in 2014.