How do clients and agents agree to the value of a product? Same way Bob Tretter helps agents see the value in membership.
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“We’re entering a period of time where there’s another shift coming because the individual market isn’t stable. A college professor of mine always told me that opportunity awaits whenever there is a shift in the supply or demand of a marketplace.”
Millennials carry the label of “job hoppers”, but like most generational labels, they’re hardly accurate. Indianapolis sales agent Jennifer Revell, a Gen-Xer who graduated college in the mid 90’s, is proof. “I was maybe ahead of my time,” she says. “A lot of people my age went to work for a company and stayed there […]
The Indianapolis Association of Health Underwriters has a new annual report for the year ending March 31, which is in line with the National Association’s fiscal year-end and award application deadlines.
“The problem with that is if they just do that automatically they are going to get the same subsidy as last year,” explained Patton. “All 50 of them will get a large subsidy due to inflation and some other things, but all of them are going to have to go back to the marketplace to […]
The National Association of Health Underwriters, with a grant of over $670,000 from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, has begun working on a new program to educate brokers about “value-based care”.
We’re less than 6 months away from the end of the current tax year and the start of the 2015 tax year. That’s when a slew of new and postponed employer obligations for healthcare kicks in under the Affordable Care Act.
Flash back to 2010 and the original intent of healthcare.gov and most people imagined, if it worked, consumers would just go to one website and buy health insurance as easily as they do a song from iTunes.
Ryan Thorn was named to the National Association of Health Underwriters (NAHU) Board of Trustees as president at the 84th Annual Convention and Exhibition inScottsdale, Arizona.