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Medicare Plan Finder Gets an Upgrade for the First Time in a Decade

Medicare Plan Finder Gets an Upgrade for the First Time in a Decade Source: CMS.gov, find the original post here. Aug 27, 2019 Medicare Plan Finder Gets an Upgrade for the First Time in a Decade It’s Now Easier to Compare Coverage Options and Shop for Medicare Health and Drug Plans Fo
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Posting on Social Media? One Change to Help You Stand Out!

As an independent insurance agent in the Senior Market you wear more than one hat. Not only do you have to understand the ins and outs of senior insurance, but you also have to promote your business. Let’s face it,  if no one knows that you work in the Senior Insurance Market, then wh
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Critical Illness Vlog

Welcome to Our Critical Illness Vlog Page! Comparing Critical Illness: GTL vs Aetna In this video our marketers, Eran and Juliane, take a further look at GTL’s Cancer, Heart Attack and Stroke plan versus Aetna’s (Continental Life) Cancer, Heart Attack and Stroke plan and &
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Cancer Complications: Confusing Bills, Maddening Errors And Endless Phone Calls

This article was originally posted on NPR.ORG. To view the original article click on the link below: npr.org Cancer Complications: Confusing Bills, Maddening Errors And Endless Phone Calls Anna Gorman Carol Marley, a hospital nurse with private insurance, says coping with the financia
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MACRA is Coming

You’ve seen the acronym MACRA and are probably aware that this will affect Medicare Supplement plans in 2020, but do you know why? If you want to take the time, here’s the link to the official MACRA posted on www.congress.gov. But as a busy insurance agent you most likely don’t have t
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Genomic Testing Can Reduce Costs by $6600 for Certain Patients With Breast Cancer

ajmc.com Genomic Testing Can Reduce Costs by $6600 for Certain Patients With Breast Cancer Laura Joszt 4-5 minutes Newsroom – Published on: March 20, 2019 Patients with high-risk breast cancer who receive a 21-gene assay genomic test may be able to avoid chemotherapy and ultimately sa
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