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.
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.
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.
The insurance business is incredibly competitive and constantly changing. Many clients look for the easiest solutions to their health insurance problems, and believe it or not, 72 percent of clients search online for health insurance.
To stay ahead of your competitors, you need to stay on top of industry trends and technologies and know what resources are available to help you grow.
Not sure where to get started? We’ve put together a list of 10 resources that you can use to grow your insurance business so you can start thinking in the right direction.