In 2019, median savings among adults ages 65 and older were substantially lower for Black and Hispanic than White seniors. Approximately 1 in 4 Black and Hispanic seniors had no savings at all. Learn more in this Chart of the Week.
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Long-Term Care Facility Costs Are the Largest Share of Annual Out-of-Pocket Spending by Medicare Beneficiaries
Long term care facility costs are the largest share of annual out of pocket spending by Medicare beneficiaries — representing 32% of their spending on services annually.
Among the Most Commonly Used Antiretrovirals Covered by Part D in 2017, 9 of 10 Had List Prices Exceeding Inflation
Among the 10 Antiretrovirals with the Highest Part D Spending in 2017, All Had List Price Increases Exceeding Inflation
Almost Three-Quarters of Antiretrovirals Covered by Medicare Part D Had List Price Increases Above Inflation Between 2016 and 2017
Most Antiretrovirals Covered by Medicare Part D (as of 2017) Are Brand-Name, Single Source Medications
UnitedHealthcare Has Largest and Fastest Growing Share of Medicare Advantage Enrollees Over Past Decade
While Medicare Advantage enrollment is highly concentrated among a small number of firms, UnitedHealthcare has seen the largest and fastest growing share of enrollees over the past decade. Learn more in this Chart of the Week.
Large majorities, across party ID, age, and income, have favorable opinions of traditional Medicare in our July 2019 poll. Learn more in this Chart of the Week.
Who pays for Medicare? Learn how Medicare financing breaks down in this Chart of the Week.
Out-of-pocket insulin costs for Medicare Part D enrollees with incomes too high to qualify for low-income subsidies increased 81% from 2007 to 2016. Learn more in the latest Chart of the Week.