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Have you heard the news? As of October 1, 2019 agents will no longer be able to access prescription drug lists for their clients on Medicare.gov using the new Plan Finder. This represents a significant change, making the process of obtaining this information more difficult, and less pertinent even if it is obtained. Consequently, agents who use the site for that purpose and fail to adjust their procedures, will likely see their MA-PD and Part D sales suffer.
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Increase revenue in 2017 by employing a proven sales technique from SMS — the “dental swarm.”
Continental Life Insurance Company (CLI), an Aetna company, has added a new ancillary product line called recovery care.
To address coverage gaps, SMS offers a suite of ancillary products.
Great news! Senior Market Sales' agent E&O insurance program will renew on September 1 with no premium increases since 2009!
Did you know that during a Medicare Advantage client meeting you are actually setting up a perfect cross-sell opportunity with hospital indemnity products?
Medico hospital indemnity plans help cover out-of-pocket expenses and are paid directly to the insured.
To help you prepare for ACA, here are answers to five frequently asked questions about the ACA and open enrollment.
Uncover two possible cross-sell opportunities from Medico by asking two simple questions at your Medicare appointments.
See the top 10 reasons to sell Assurant Health this open enrollment period. Plans are available on and off the exchange.
Learn 10 important things to keep in mind as you prepare for the next open enrollment period.
Write 10 major medical applications in a month, earn a $500 marketing co-op.
The end of open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act does not mean the end of your opportunities to sell Assurant Health individual major medical plans.
On May 1, 2013, CMS addressed the role of agents and brokers in the health care exchanges.