|Posted on November 7, 2014 at 12:00 AM|
Assurant Health is Marketplace ready with approvals in 16 states!
More access to more customers begins November 15!
Starting November 15, our presence on the Marketplace means you have a solution for subsidy-eligible customers — all customers can now benefit from the value of Assurant Health’s comprehensive plans for individuals and families. And Assurant Health offers access to one of the broadest networks in the nation, Aetna Signature Administrators® PPO network, so customers can choose from more than one million doctors and 8,000 hospitals across the country.
Close the sale faster and get paid sooner — on the whole premium
Make sure you get credit for your sales.
Remember that registration and certification are necessary to sell — and get paid for Marketplace sales.
|Posted on May 21, 2014 at 10:20 AM|
Here are the newest changes by state for individual major medical business.
This document provides a summary by state of the product, proposal and network changes available May 11, 2014. Unless specified otherwise, changes are for quoting effective dates starting May 11, 2014.
To print the contents for a particular section, copy the text and paste it into a Word document. Then print the page in landscape format.
For pricing information, please contact your Assurant Health sales representative. To ensure you’re distributing Assurant Health’s most current sales materials, please check Find a Form regularly.
|Posted on May 21, 2014 at 10:15 AM|
Qualified life events (QLEs) present a new selling opportunity!
Welcome to Cash for QLEs — Assurant Health’s new bonus campaign rewarding you for continuing to sell individual major medical plans outside of open enrollment. QLEs help you make commissions all year long, and now they can put bonus cash in your pocket!
Our new-and-improved QLE application process and flexible effective dates help you make cash quick! And keep an eye out for frequent selling opportunities, such as 2014 individual major medical plan renewals
|Posted on May 21, 2014 at 10:10 AM|
Now when you sell individual medical business to customers with qualifying life events, once the eligibility review is complete, the plan will be delivered and the customer will be billed—even if the qualifying life event hasn’t happened yet. It’s important to share these details with customers so they know when to expect their first premium to be drafted, as well as when they’ll receive their plan documents and ID cards.