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Today's Modern Senior and Medicare
One of the most significant demographic trends in the history of the United States is the current growth of the population, ages 65 and older. Baby boomers—those born between 1946 and 1964—have brought both challenges and opportunities to our economy, infrastructure and healthcare system as they have passed through each major stage of life. This year, we were reminded there are now more people age 65 than there are under the age of 5.
Learn what Connecture's annual Voice of the Healthcare Consumer Survey and other research shows us about the impact today's modern senior is having on Medicare shopping and enrollment and what impacts their healthcare decisions and buying habits.
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