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The digital divide between US seniors and the rest of the population is disappearing. Increasingly, seniors are going digital for healthcare.
With thousands of people turning 65 daily in the United States over the next two decades, health plans know they cannot ignore the aging population. What many do not know is just how digitally savvy the nation’s senior healthcare consumers are—or how important it is becoming to use ehealth to attract and engage them.
Internet use rates tripled among seniors 65 and over between 2000 and 2012. Find out how seniors are going digital.
56% of Medicare consumers visited their health plan’s website at least once in the past 12 months. Learn why Medicare plans must pursue digital.
83% of US seniors think that they should have full access to their electronic health records. Explore other ehealth options seniors expect.
42% of US seniors think that seeing a doctor virtually without a copay is most important. Learn more about digitally savvy seniors.
Medicare consumers are online at least once daily. Discover how seniors are going digital when it comes to healthcare.
April 9, 2014
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