An in-depth article, featuring insights and advice from insurance CEO, Rosamaria Marrujo, discusses how significant changes to the Medicare health insurance industry over the past 15 years have taught her to be agile and resilient in this ever-changing marketplace. According to Marrujo, who is also a board member of the Sacramento Association Health Underwriters (SAHU), brokers in this industry must be quick to find creative ways to bring value to their clients despite constant legislative changes if they want to be successful.
“The new Plan Finder walks users through the Medicare Advantage and Part D enrollment process from start to finish and allows people to view and compare many of the supplemental benefits that Medicare Advantage plans offer,” CMS said in a statement Tuesday morning. Find out what you can do about it here.
This new bill proposed in June could require brokers to disclose any direct or indirect compensation, between themselves and the plan carrier, prior to the client making the final decision and in the confirmation documents.
New York’s Uninsured Rate Continues to Decline, Reaching a Historic Low of 4.7 Percent