By Mark Farrah Associates
February 26, 2019
MCMURRAY, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mark Farrah Associates, www.markfarrah.com, a leading provider of market data and intelligence solutions, provides county-level market share and demographics data essential for the analysis of health insurance market position and competition. Insurance companies currently provide medical coverage for approximately 266 million people, based on recent enrollment figures as reported in Mark Farrah Associates’ Health Coverage PortalTM. However, plans are generally not required to report county-level enrollment.
MFA maintains reasonable estimates of health plan membership by county in the County Health CoverageTM product. This product features company market share by state, county, and plan for the Private Risk, Private ASO, Managed Medicaid, Medicare Advantage, and PDP segments. Breakdowns by product type (HMO, PPO, etc.) are also presented as well as market share by Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) for over 380 MSAs, population demographics and visual mapping tools.
About County Health Coverage™
County Health Coverage™ provides reliable estimates of health insurance enrollment and market share by county, company and state. Many top companies in the industry rely on this useful database to assess how their competitors are doing in select markets and size up new health insurance opportunities. To learn more visit the product page - County Health Coverage™.
About Mark Farrah Associates (MFA)
MFA is a leading data aggregator and publisher providing health plan market data and analysis tools for the healthcare industry. Committed to simplifying analysis of health insurance business, our products include Medicare Business Online™, Medicare Benefits Analyzer™, Health Coverage Portal™, County Health Coverage™, and Health Plans USA™. Mark Farrah Associates maintains financial data as well as enrollment and market share for the health insurance industry in its subscription-based Health Coverage Portal™. MFA will continue to monitor enrollment changes and competitive shifts across all healthcare segments.
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