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Senior Market Sales is proud to introduce its newest Medicare Supplement carrier: Omaha Insurance Company.
This week's Medicare Answers clarifies Medicare's treatment of the 60-day benefit period and limits on coverage for physical therapy.
This week’s question deals with Home Health Care. A concerned agent asked, “How many home care visits will Medicare pay for a disabled 65 year old?”
What are you and your clients looking for in a Medicare Supplement company?
Some might think it’s a petty distinction to make, but there is a difference between a prospect and a lead, and it helps for you to know it.
Find out why most agents don’t get more referrals from their "Centers-of-Influence." Learn how to maximize your COIs and get the referral results you deserve.
This is a high-level introduction to LinkedIn, who is using it, why you should check it out and how to get started.
SMS has listed 20 ideas to help you not only increase client retention, but also cross-sell and up-sell your current clients and generate more referrals.
Developing a marketing plan will help you establish exactly who you are, who you are trying to reach and what you are trying to accomplish.
Aetna announced earlier this week an agreement to buy Genworth Financial’s Medicare Supplement business, which is underwritten by Continental Life.
You can never have enough tools to promote your Medicare Supplement business!
Agents need to be aware of some of the tactics carriers use to make their commission rate look more attractive without really paying more.
The number of newer Med Supp policies — those issued in the last 3 years — increased by 5.9% in 2010 when compared to 2009, according to Mark Farrah Associates.
HHS has issued a 429-page proposal laying out the details of the accountable care organization (ACO) regulations introduced in the Affordable Care Act (PPACA).
SMS Marketing Consultant Jack Calderon shares prospecting tips for increased success selling in the field.