Expansion of government health care. The aftermath of COVID-19. Mid-term elections. Recent and proposed legislative changes and these volatile factors could significantly change the way health agents do business.
Our June 15 webinar guests are uniquely qualified to help you understand what these changes mean to you and how they can significantly impact your business both now and into the future.
Our guests have decades of combined experience in both health care and the legislative process
Marcy Buckner is Senior Vice President of Government Affairs at National Association of Health Underwriters. Marcy monitors Congress, federal agencies, state legislatures, state departments of insurance concerning issues affecting the health insurance industry, and agents and brokers, focusing on the state implementation of health care reform.
Ronnell Nolan has nearly 20 years of experience as a trade association lobbyist. After spending several years as the contract lobbyist for the Louisiana Association of Health Underwriters and the president/CEO of the Nolan Group, a bipartisan governmental affairs firm, she helped launch Health Agents For America (HAFA) as the voice for the independent, non-captive health insurance agent.
Topics to be discussed include:
- How efforts to expand government health care on the state and national level impact agents and brokers.
- What will the midterm elections mean for health care?
- What happens to health coverage after the COVID-19 public health emergency ends?
- Efforts to fight health insurers’ failing to pay agents commission during special enrollment periods.
- Commission transparency.