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Kev Coleman
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Attended Eastern Nazarene College
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Premium and deductible trends for Medicare Advantage and Part D are quite positive for 2017 on the national level but a state-by-state analysis reveals significant disparities in average costs. Whether examining premiums or deductibles, the differences between the averages in the most expensive states and the least expensive are substantial.
https://www.healthpocket.com/healthcare-research/infostat/medicare-2017-premiums-and-deductibles
Premium and deductible trends for Medicare Advantage and Part D are quite positive for 2017 on the national level but a state-by-state analysis reveals significant disparities in average costs.
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Another counter-intuitive finding in the world of healthcare research...
Given their elimination of the fee-for-service model and its potential conflict of interests, HealthPocket examined whether provider-owned health plans produced less expensive health insurance premiums.
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The market for unsubsidized health insurance bears the brunt of the financial hardship if 2017 brings big rate hikes. But how large is this market and who is in it?
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Eroding out-of-network coverage increases concerns over narrow networks. https://www.healthpocket.com/healthcare-research/infostat/2016-out-of-network-coverage-obamacare
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Results from a nationwide poll found that most adults believed the highest amount they could spend on monthly health insurance premiums was $100 or less. https://www.healthpocket.com/healthcare-research/surveys/health-insurance-premium-affordability
A nationwide HealthPocket survey found over half of consumers can only afford to pay $100 or less a month for health insurance.
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Kev Coleman is the Head of Research & Data where he is the author of the HealthPocket InfoStat Reports. Mr. Coleman performs research across the healthcare market, leveraging emerging sources of data from government, nonprofit, and private sectors. Key areas of study for Mr. Coleman include healthcare consumerism and issues associated with the implementation of the Affordable Care Act.

Mr. Coleman lives in New England and holds degrees from Eastern Nazarene College, Yale University, and Duke University. His professional career includes over a decade of executive work in consumer-facing healthcare and financial technology.
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Named in "The 20 Most Creative People in Insurance" by LifeHealthPro Magazine in 2015
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  • Yale University
  • Duke University
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