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What if I told you that doctor house calls are making a comeback?
In Part 3 of our LTC consumer study we will take look at the key influencers that impacted their decision to purchase LTCi.
Compared to people with employer-sponsored insurance, people with Medicare report fewer problems with medical bills and with accessing care because of costs.
Carriers are leaving the market; others have tightened underwriting, benefits and commissions. Are you ready?
We are hearing everyday from agents asking what is going to happen in 2014.
Looking to sell a product that is simple, reliable and offers your customers good value for their money?
In Part 2 of our LTC consumer study, we will look at the different reasons why people purchased LTC according to a study by Mutual of Omaha.
Mutual of Omaha recently conducted a study of their current LTC policyholders.
Last week, Wendy Swanson sat down with Rocky Lin, CFA--Managing Director at Beacon Pointe Wealth Advisors.
According to an article by Bloomberg Businessweek, Medicare Advantage enrollments were up a record 10% this year as lower premiums enticed people to sign up.
Several states have what is sometimes known as a filial responsibility law, which obliges adult children to pay for their parents’ medical & nursing-home care.
Your customers now want you to add one more responsibility, one more layer of expertise, to your practice: Medicare advisor.
According to a report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO), Medicare is wasting $8.35 billion on its quality bonus demonstration project.
A hot topic in Medicare is Provider Collaboration—basically, insurance companies & health care providers working together to improve care while lowering costs.
Both indexed annuity and indexed life set record sales in 2011.