Medicare Advantage 2012 Data Spotlight: Enrollment Market Update
This data spotlight examines the growth in private Medicare Advantage plan enrollment in 2012, with a record 13 million Medicare beneficiaries enrolled as of March, representing 27 percent of all Medicare beneficiaries. Enrollment jumped by more than 1 million enrollees from the previous year and increased in every state except Alaska and New Hampshire.
Medicare Advantage plan enrollees generally must pay Medicare’s standard Part B premium, but more than half do not pay any additional premiums to the plan. Across all enrollees, plan premiums average $35 per month this year, down $4 per month from 2011.
Data Spotlight (.pdf)
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- Health Affairs Article: At Least Half of New Medicare Advantage Enrollees Had Switched From Traditional Medicare During 2006-11