Spring cleaning season is upon us, a fitting time to raise awareness of kidney health. March is National Kidney Month, and the National Kidney Foundation is using the month to encourage Americans to visit their healthcare professionals for a checkup. As an agent, you have the opportunity to talk to your clients about this health…… Continue reading Clean Up Your Clients’ Coverage Needs for National Kidney Month
Every year, 1 in 4 deaths are caused by heart disease. It is the leading cause of death of women and of men in the United States1. Consider these lifestyle factors: Diet is a major contributor to this deadly disease: 90% of Americans consume too much sodium, increasing their risk for high blood pressure2. The…… Continue reading Endorse Your Clients’ Heart Health During February’s American Heart Month
Health benefit insurance plans can help your clients find some financial accord as they face certain health concerns by providing set amounts of money for covered medical services. Also referred to as fixed cash or limited-benefit indemnity coverage, these plans provide supplemental benefits to your clients that they can use to pay medical expenses such…… Continue reading Help Your Clients Face 2018 with Health Benefit Insurance
Approximately 1 in 8 women born today in the United States will get breast cancer at some point, the second most common kind of cancer in women1. While most women can survive breast cancer if it’s detected and treated early 1, there are several lifestyle factors that your clients should consider when assessing risk, including:…… Continue reading Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Help Your Clients Protect Themselves
As an agent, you strive to help your clients feel protected. The recommendations that you make for insurance products helps to address present and future medical, dental, critical illness and other concerns while meeting budget and lifestyle needs. Your recommendations help to put them at ease as well as help them prioritize their health and…… Continue reading Secure Coverage for Your Clients Before They Face Safety Concerns
In the ever-changing health insurance market, consumers recognize that change is constant. Costs for care and coverage are on the rise, some major carriers have reduced their plan options or left the ACA exchange completely, and the battle for ACA reform still wages on.
But there’s one important factor that will remain unchanged: the need for affordable coverage options.
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