The Medicare Drug Benefit: Beneficiary Perspectives Just Before Implementation – Toplines
These toplines provide the complete results from a comprehensive survey of seniors on their understanding of and views toward the Medicare drug benefit. The survey of 802 seniors was conducted in late October 2005, prior to the start of the benefit’s open enrollment period, which runs from Nov. 15, 2005 to May 15, 2006.
The survey was conducted and analyzed by researchers at the Kaiser Family Foundation and the Harvard School of Public Health. It is part of an ongoing effort to track seniors’ views on the Medicare prescription drug benefit, which has included three earlier comprehensive surveys about Medicare and five tracking polls which included questions about the benefit.
also of interest
- Medicare at a Glance
- Seniors' Knowledge and Experience With Medicare's Open Enrollment Period and Choosing a Plan: Key Findings from the Kaiser Family Foundation 2012 National Survey of Seniors
- Analysis of Medicare Prescription Drug Plans in 2011 and Key Trends Since 2006
- Understanding The Effects of The Medicare Part D Coverage Gap in 2008 and 2009