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September 29, 2017

Nearly six in 10 (57 percent) of Medicare health plan members aged 65 and over said they are unsure if their health plan offers telemedicine, while another 31 percent said that telemedicine is not offered by their plan, according to a recent survey. The survey, from Dallas-based healthcare technology company HealthMine, included responses from 500 Medicare members. The remaining 12 percent of respondents said that their health plan does offer telemedicine.

Read more at Health Informatics.

September 28, 2017

A new HealthMine survey finds that many seniors don't know if their Medicare plan covers telehealth services. This points to a gap in communication between health plans and their most vulnerable members.

Read more at mHealthIntelligence. 

September 26, 2017

Medicare health plan members older than age 65 are unsure if their health plan offers telemedicine; another 31% say that telemedicine is not offered by their plan.

Read more at Managed Healthcare Executive

September 26, 2017

A HealthMine survey revealed that 57% of Medicare health plan members aged 65+ said they are unsure if their health plan offers telemedicine; another 31% say that telemedicine is not offered by their plan.

Read more at RCM Answers. 

September 25, 2017

A HealthMine survey of 500 Medicare beneficiaries reveals a disconnect when it comes to telemedicine services that could be so beneficial to those looking to age in place or those residing in nursing homes: Nearly 60 percent of respondents are unsure if their plans offer telemedicine, and 31 percent are sure their plans don’t. 

Read more at HIStalk Practice. 

September 22, 2017

Just 12 percent of seniors on Medicare said their health plan offers telemedicine and another 57 percent weren’t sure, according to a HealthMine survey. Thirty-one percent said telemedicine is not offered by their Medicare Advantage plan. 

Read more at Politico Morning eHealth.