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Consolidation has been a trend in the health care industry this year. The health insurance and pharmaceutical industries are drawing closer to each other. What does this mean for Medicare agents? Get some answers.
Another Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) is complete. This year's record-breaking activity revealed insights about the direction of senior health marketplace, with lessons that can help your business grow.
You can earn a 1,000 piece mailer at no cost during AEP.
Here are six tips to help you maximize your time, remain compliant and enjoy success during the Annual Election Period.
The 2018 Medicare Marketing Guidelines have been published by CMS. We can help you understand changes made to the 48-hour rule, and how they apply to you.
Discuss issues that are important in the senior market, ask questions, and get immediate access to SMS content and insights by following SMS on social media.
Dual Special Need Plans (DSNPs) from UnitedHealthcare offer comprehensive benefits at reasonable rates.
The 21st Century Cures Act was passed by the House in November and by the Senate in December, and now has been signed into law by President Obama.
The 2016 Annual Enrollment Period was record-breaking at Senior Market Sales, Inc. There are record-breaking statistics that help demonstrate how our service and technology helped you during the busiest time of the year.
Each year as AEP approaches, you face the decision of what PDP plan to offer your clients. This year, why not go with the No. 1 PDP plan sponsor* that has offered $0 deductible plans across all tiers two years in a row?
Humana has announced important certification information for 2017 plan year.
The Medicare Advantage Disenrollment Period runs from Jan 1 to Feb. 14. Here's a reminder of what members can and can't do during that period.
With SMS’ new CMS-approved eSignature Scope of Appointment process for agents who use Lead Advantage, you can get a signed SOA form in two to three minutes.
An expensive new drug is not on any carrier's formulary for this year or next. What should the agent do to get it covered?