3 lessons a health insurance exec learned from visiting an insurance agency
One thing the author learned is that there's still no true substitute for a face-to-face meeting.
By Jan Dubauskas|October 05, 2018 at 10:41 AM|The original version of this story was published on ThinkAdvisor
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No matter how hard we try to learn about our marketplace and keep up on the latest trends, the glaring reality is that as an insurance executive, we are not the agents on the ground who are working with consumers to help fit their needs.
During these times of constant change in health care, it is even more important for health insurance companies to stay grounded with advisors and insureds to ensure that we are providing products that fit the needs of this ever-changing marketplace.
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