Polling and surveys

Opinions from patients on healthcare access and affordability

We work with national polling partners and conduct our own surveys to gain insight into the challenges that patients face to identify needs for new safety net programs and guide policy solutions.

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Addressing social determinants of health in adults and seniors

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  • December 22, 2021

    Addressing social determinants of health in adults and seniors

    This national survey polled adults and seniors on Medicare about their ability to afford various every day needs and bills, including areas where they struggled. The report compares the responses of the two groups, summarizing data around financial security, housing, health services, food insecurity, and transportation.

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    National poll

    Morning Consult

  • May 21, 2021

    Mental health concerns among seniors with chronic illnesses

    This national survey sought to understand the prevalence of mental health concerns among seniors with chronic illnesses. The survey evaluated the barriers to receiving counseling, treatment, or other types of help for mental health concerns and the impact of current events on seniors' mental health.

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    Fielded by:

    National poll

    Morning Consult

  • April 14, 2021

    Patient concerns regarding social determinants of health

    The PAN Foundation distributed a survey on social determinants of health to learn more about patient concerns and barriers to medication adherence and healthcare services, better address those concerns in future assistance programs, and share specific patient needs with our patient support and advocacy partners so they can provide tailored educational and support services.

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    Fielded by:

    Survey

    PAN Foundation

  • February 11, 2021

    Out-of-pocket costs concerns at the start of the year for seniors on Medicare

    This survey aimed to understand seniors’ top healthcare costs concerns at the start of the year, the impact of healthcare costs when beneficiaries had not yet met their annual deductible, and their confidence in paying for healthcare through the rest of the year.

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    Fielded by:

    National poll

    Morning Consult