Infographic: Healthcare Coverage and Access for Men

Wednesday, July 8th, 2015
This post was written by Melanie Matthews

Fewer men than women gained health insurance coverage between October 2013 and March 2015, and the uninsured rate continues to be higher for men than women, according to a new infographic by the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation.

The infographic also examines cost barriers to care and the likelihood of males to obtain regular screenings.

Private Insurance Exchanges: Adapting Insurer Strategies to the New MarketplacesSkyrocketing private exchange participation rates — industry estimates predict more than 40 million people may be enrolled in private insurance exchanges within three years — carry implications for health insurers in terms of how the various market segments are succeeding or failing to attract business.

Private Insurance Exchanges: Adapting Insurer Strategies to the New Marketplaces details the radical transformation underway in how employers and consumers offer and shop for coverage. It discusses the current status of private exchanges, reviews the inventory in existence today, and shares thoughts from market consultants and insurance executives on how new business strategies will be influenced by new entrants to the private exchange space and the participation of insurers and brokers.

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