Insurers looking to engage their members and boost their online experience, plus recruit consumers, should consider using social video marketing, according to MarketingProfs.
The changing health insurance market means payers must adapt their business model to win over customers. As our recent FierceHealthPayer coverage shows, insurers must ramp up engagement efforts and...
Almost 4 million people with severe mental illness will remain uninsured because 24 states have refused to expand Medicaid, according to a report from the American Mental Health Counselors Association (AMHCA).
When companies embrace social media, mobile devices, cloud computing and other digital offerings, they take an "outside-in" approach, focusing on what their customers consciously want instead of what they can offer to their customers, reported Insurance & Technology.
Now that roughly 7 million people have coverage through the Affordable Care Act, insurers are shifting their focus from trying to boost health insurance exchange enrollment to helping new members understand how to use their policies.
Humana Chief Service & Information Officer Brian LeClaire explains four factors insurers need to deliver the next-gen customer experience.
Americans have a few more days to purchase their own coverage, but many still don't understand fundamental health insurance concepts. So Philadelphia-based Independence Blue Cross has been focusing on educating consumers--about the Affordable Care Act, as well as what health insurance is and how to best use it, according to Brian Lobley, IBC's senior vice president of Marketing & Consumer Business.
As the March 31 deadline to enroll in health insurance approaches, half of people uninsured intend to remain uninsured, according to a poll released Wednesday by the Kaiser Family Foundation.
Many consumers and consumer advocates say the names of insurance plans are unhelpful, and at times confusing and misleading, reports the New York Times.
Washington state's Health Benefit Exchange is using events, social media and advertising to increase enrollment before the March 31 deadline, the Puget Sound Business Journal reported.