AIS's Directory of Health Plans: 2011 (CD-ROM Version)
AIS’s Directory of Health Plans: 2011 is well-regarded throughout the industry for providing enrollment data in a consistent, comparable manner and for being a thorough and definitive tool to calculate health plan market share. The completely updated 2011 edition, covering all companies operating in the U.S. as of year-end 2010, is now available. The listings in AIS’s Directory of Health Plans cover:
œNational and state-level enrollment data by company
œEnrollment by company, by sector - commercial, Medicare, Medicaid, etc.
œCompany contact information and ownership information
œTypes of primary care products offered
œKey executives by 14 job functions
This extensive, proprietary database of information can help you in evaluating health care market trends. You can use the data in AIS’s Directory of Health Plans to:
œDiscover which health plans offer certain types of plan models — and in what states — so you can gauge your competitors’ strengths and identify where your opportunities for market expansion lie.
œGain insight into the increasing diversity of health plan models as benefit designs adapt to meet marketplace demands.
œCreate targeted mailing lists and develop call lists to network and generate leads for prospective new partners.
œDetermine which PPO networks may best serve your benefit design offerings.
œTrack shifts in branding as organizations have started to position themselves as national brands versus state or local entities, and as integrations, mergers and acquisitions change the competitive landscape.
œDevelop benchmarks for determining the prevalence of certain type of plan models and create projections about which areas are likely to grow.
AIS’s Directory of Health Plans not only provides enrollment data, but also gives you charts, graphs, and tables to help you answer these vital questions:
œWhere do you and your competitors stand nationwide in regards to enrollment and market share?
œWho are the largest PPO networks and where do they operate?
œWhat are the top health plans by plan model type?
œWhich plans have gained NCQA accreditation status for quality of care and service?
œWhat PBMs are contracted or affiliated with which health plans?