Which carriers topped the Medicare market for AEP 2020? Who should you add to your portfolio for 2021? Craig looks at MA and PDP enrollment statistics from 2019 and AEP 2020 in the third installment of our State of the Senior Market series. Bonus: He also breaks down high-producing states and their top carriers.
State of the Senior Market Video Schedule:
February 25, 2020 – Coming Soon: Ritter’s State of the Senior Market | Trailer
March 3, 2020 – The Year in Review | Episode 1
March 10, 2020 – Medicare Regulation & Legislation | Episode 2
March 17, 2020 – Enrollment Stats for 2020 | Episode 3
March 24, 2020 – Major Industry Trends | Episode 4
March 26, 2020 – Live Q&A with Craig Ritter
State of the Senior Market Podcast Episodes:
Coming Soon - Q&A with Craig Ritter | State of the Senior Market 2020
Mentioned in this episode:
We’re holding our premiere virtual D-SNP Summit! Learn all about dual-eligible special needs plans and how they can boost your business. You’ll hear directly from the top D-SNP carriers in the country!
Strategizing your sales during Medicare lock-in is a surefire way to carry your business through the health insurance doldrums. It’s what can set your business apart from a seasonally profitable to an annually profitable endeavor. But how do you continue to grow outside of AEP? You get contracted for a Special Needs Plan.
For senior health insurance agents, the bulk of business is done in the chaotic 54-day Medicare Annual Enrollment Period (AEP). So, what’s an agent to do the other 311 days of the year?
With the lock-in period in full swing, you’re probably hearing more about Dual Eligible Special Needs Plans (D-SNPs) lately. Whether you’re new to D-SNPs or searching for information to fine-tune your selling techniques, this quick guide will cover all the basic information you need to know about these valuable, multifaceted products.
About 12 million Americans (20 percent of the Medicare population) have dual eligible status. If that’s not reason enough for you to enter this market, there are several benefits of selling Dual Eligible Special Needs Plans that you may want to consider.
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The latest from Ritter’s Blog:
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