eHealth Inc. got their new web page design by running a design contest:
Medicare Informational Site For Seniors
Check out eHealth Inc.'s Web page design contest…
Our goal is to educate seniors about Medicare.
Yes, at MedicareConsumerGuide.com but we would like a redesign.
The site will need a homepage, article page, search results page, category page, video gallery page. http://www.nia.nih.gov/health/publication/making-your-website-senior-friendly includes some great information about usability/design for seniors and this demographic is the target group. I am open to all designs/layouts and will be choosing the one that is both aesthetically pleasing and has the best usability/design for seniors. The intended topics/articles to cover in the site will be: I. Understanding my basic Medicare benefit provided by the government a. Am I eligible for Medicare? b. When do I become eligible for Medicare? c. How to enroll for Medicare d. Understanding the differences in Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B e. How much will it cost me to enroll in Part B and is it worth it? f. I have both Medicare Part A & B. What’s covered? What’s not? (Very common question. Option for a coverage tool here. “Is my test, item or service covered?” When the answer is ‘no’ this represents a selling opportunity e.g. “This test isn’t covered under Medicare A or B, but is covered by 24 plans in your area. View Plans now.”) g. If I have employer insurance, what are my options? h. If I have Veterans Administration (VA) benefits what are my options? i. Am I eligible for Medicaid or Extra Help/Low Income Subsidy (LIS)? II. Filling the coverage gaps left by my basic Medicare coverage a. Why do I need supplemental coverage? (we should have average rates for common procedures in the persons area.) b. When and how do I enroll in a supplemental plan? c. The pro’s and con’s of the 3 types of supplemental insurance plans i. Medicare Advantage Plans ii. Medicare Drug Plans (Part D Plans) iii. Medicare Supplement Plans d. Filling the coverage gaps in my employer provided plan e. How can I get dental and vision benefits f. Can I switch plan types after my initial enrollment? g. The benefits of Special Needs Plans h. What it means to be dual eligible, that is eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid i. I’m moving to an assisted living facility. What plan will be best for me then? j. If I move, will my plan travel with me? k. Making sure you have a supplemental plan that fits your needs i. Determining if my doctor and medical center will accept my plan ii. Finding a plan that covers your drugs (tool opportunity) iii. Understanding my annual out of pocket (OOP) expense iv. What if I travel, or want to see an out of state specialist? v. Why I need a drug plan even if I’m not currently taking any drugs III. Getting the most from my supplemental insurance plan a. Once I’ve chosen a plan type, how to find a plan that will save me the most money i. Medicare Advantage Plans ii. Medicare Drug Plans (Part D Plans) iii. Medicare Supplement Plans b. How to stay ahead of the ever changing benefits of my plan c. My health situation has changed, do I need a different plan? d. Getting the most savings from my drug plan i. Mail order ii. Switching pharmacies iii. Generics vs. brand name drugs iv. Making sure my plan covers my drugs v. Working with my doctor to find a covered drug: therapeutic interchange e. Understanding “Plan Savings” f. Doing an annual plan ‘checkup’ in 20 minutes or less g. How to get the best healthcare at the lowest possible cost h. Does it make sense to switch from a Medicare Advantage Plan to a Medicare Supplement Plan or vis versa? i. My plan was discontinued, what should I do now?
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Web page design starts at $599.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their web page design.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
eHealth Inc. collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
When design entries come in, you can rate them so designers know what you’re looking for in your logo design.
99designs has great collaboration tools so you can pinpoint and capture your ideas
And then… they selected a winner!
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
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