From the August 2011 issue of Benefits Selling:

It's been a rough couple of years for insurance agents – best case, health reform will drastically change the way brokers do business; worst case, brokers might have their commissions slashed and find that the new insurance exchanges can quickly and easily perform many of the services they offer clients now.

Nonetheless, many agents remain optimistic, realizing that with change comes opportunity – we just need to look for the silver lining. The same can be said for third party administrators. They're certainly not immune from health reform – in fact, some wonder whether they'll have a role going forward.

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