Help Seniors Save Money On Prescription Drugs | Senior Market Advisors

Help Seniors Save Money on Prescriptions

General May 16, 2019 0

Every day, thousands of seniors and Medicare eligibles skip their medications because they can’t afford them. It ends up costing people a lot more in the long run because their illnesses progress and the bills stack up. These seniors and Medicare eligibles make up a huge underserved market. If you’re licensed to sell Medicare in […]

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Is Your Client Qualified For LIS? | Senior Market Advisors

Is Your Client Qualified for LIS Medicare Extra Help?

Business Development, Customer Retention, General, Medicaid, Medicare May 8, 2019 0

Your clients may be qualified for LIS and not even know it. Helping your clients save money can bring you more business. Learn more today.

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Selling Medicare Supplement Plan A | Medicare Plan Finder

Selling Medicare Supplement Plan A

General May 2, 2019 0

Selling Medicare Supplements, otherwise known as Medigap, is a fantastic opportunity for you to help people receive quality health care and help relieve some of the financial burdens they may face. Medicare Supplements cover financial benefits such as copays and coinsurance payments. What you Need to Start Selling Medicare Supplements The first thing you need […]

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How to Sell Medicare Health Insurance | Senior Market Advisors

How To Sell Medicare Health Insurance

Business Development, General, Sales April 30, 2019 0

Selling Medicare is difficult. However, it doesn’t have to be hard if you know how to navigate it. The main reason it’s hard is that you’re selling a confusing product. You’re not walking into someone’s home and trying to sell knives. People (hopefully) know how knives work, but they don’t necessarily know how Medicare works. […]

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What the Centene Wellcare Merger Means for You

What the Centene Wellcare Merger Means for You

General April 23, 2019 0

In March, Centene Corporation announced that it planned to buy WellCare Health Plans Incorporated for $17.3 billion. The merger means that the two insurance companies would cover almost 22 million people under Medicare, Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act (ACA) exchanges. Centene’s CEO, Michael Neidorff will continue to serve as CEO of the two merged […]

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