Medicare Insurance Statistics 2022 - Data - Facts & More - Medicare Insurance Resources

Medicare Insurance Statistics 2022 - Medicare Advantage - Medigap - Data - Costs - Facts & More

What Medicare insurance statistics 2022 are you looking for?  The Medicare insurance industry Association reports latest facts and data pertaining to:

  • Medicare Advantage
  • Medigap (Medicare Supplement)
  • Prescription Drug Plans (Medicare)
  • Number of plan participants
  • What Turning-65 buyers select
  • Costs in major markets
  • Trends
  • Links to key Issue Briefs

Medicare-Insurance-Statistics-2022The American Association for Medicare Supplement Insurance conducts research we believe is important to consumers as well as insurance professionals.

Our organization does not sell insurance.  We do maintain an online directory where you can find local independent Medicare insurance agents.

We report key data gleaned from respected and reputable resources.  Citations are provided.

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Medicare Supplement Plan Enrollment (2010 – 2022)

Medicare-Supplement-Enrollment-2022The number of individuals with Medicare Supplement (Medigap) plan coverage is expected to hold steady in 2022. A slight increase of roughly 100,000 policyholders.



Thank you CSG Actuarial for assisting with data.

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Medicare Supplement Plan Choices By Turning-65 Adults

Medigap-Plan-Choices-2021A survey of individuals age 65 who purchased Medigap in 2021. Over half (54.9%) selected Plan G.

The 2% who chose Plan F (or high deductible Plan F) were already on Medicare due to a disability and could still access Plan F.

Thank you MedicareFAQ for data from some 2,000 cases.

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Medicare Advantage Enrollment – 2005 – 2020

Medicare Advantage Enrollment 2022The number of Americans are in a Medicare Advantage plan increased to 26 Million in 2022.  That’s roughly 42% of all Medicare enrollees.

The Congressional Budget Office predicts the share will rise to about 51% by 2030.

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