Date: Thursday, January 30, 2014
Time: 2pm ET | 11am PT
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With the evolving regulatory and compliance issues resulting from health care reform, and the concern that health care marketplace navigators are essentially government-funded competition, brokers are worried about their business. This webinar will discuss how brokers can leverage health care reform and find even greater success by helping employers and employees understand and adjust to the new insurance landscape. With voluntary benefits, brokers can supplement the benefits programs of their clients and help make up for a potential loss of commissions due to the new HCR landscape.
Tye Elliott, holds a B.S degree in Business Administration from Illinois Wesleyan. Tye started his Aflac career in 1995 as a general agent and worked his way up to an Aflac Regional Sales Coordinator in 1996. In this role he led two regions to the Top Ten sales positions within Aflac. In 2007 he was promoted to an Aflac State Sales Coordinator and in 2010 he was promoted to a Territory Director for the North. Holding various sales roles within the Aflac organization Tye’s current role is now VP Core Broker Sales. As VP Core Broker Sales, Tye is responsible for managing and implementing strategic sales initiatives for the Core broker sales division across the United States.
The letter urges Congress to keep in place some of the provisions for employer plans under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act.
I've worked alongside brokers selling telehealth, advocacy and other non-insurance benefits. Bundles of these services are an appealing strategy to prospective groups around the country. If you approach it correctly, they can open doors and set you apart from other brokers.