Recent Posts by The Quotit Team

Benefits of Selling Health Insurance Across State Lines

It’s no secret that healthcare costs are spiraling out of control. One recent report found that U.S. households shelled out $3.5 trillion on healthcare in 2017—an average of $10,739 per person. That’s a ton of money no matter how you slice it.

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Do You Have to Have Your AHIP Certification to Sell Medicare?

As a health insurance broker or agent, your job is to sell health insurance to as many people as possible. 

To do that, you target all kinds of people—young millennials, small-business owners, HR administrators at larger organizations, self-employed individuals, and even seniors.

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Broker's Guide to Enhanced Direct Enrollment



Under the Affordable Care Act, agencies and brokers have used something called the direct enrollment pathway to get clients' health insurance coverage on federal and state exchanges. 

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Insurance Agency Software: How to Use a CRM

Despite the way technology has disrupted pretty much everything in our lives, no one has figured out how to cram more hours into one day just yet.

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Prospecting Tips for Insurance Agents: Follow Up Calls with Emails

You’ve just gotten off the phone with a prospect. The call went well because you came in with a plan, knew what you were going to talk about, stuck to a script, and acted like a trusted adviser.

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Making the Most Out of Open Enrollment

Open enrollment is the time of the year when buyers can sign up for health insurance. It’s different from special enrollment—which occurs when clients get married, have children, get divorced, lose insurance because they’re fired, or move to a different state, among other things. The open enrollment period for 2020 runs from Nov. 1 through Dec. 15, 2019, with plans sold during that time taking effect Jan. 1, 2020.

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