Improving Process – 12/21/20 Office Meeting

Our internal agency office meeting for 12/21/2020, where we cover process improvements, selling in Missouri, California, and New York, specifically, and other items that help! <[email protected]@> {“@context”: “http://schema.org”,”@type”: “VideoObject”,”name”: “122120officemeeting”,”description”: “This video contains 122120officemeeting”,”thumbnailUrl”: “https://embed.vidello.com/71/5iyxcxk2qaihcc33/video/splash.jpg”,”uploadDate”: “2020-12-21T17:55:12.000Z”,”duration”: “PT31M1S”} Covered in this…

     


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Meeting: Chik Fil’A vs. McDonald’s Experience?

Make sure to check out the August 4, 2020 office meeting client expectations on timeframes with the top carriers right now, Chik Fil'A vs. McDonald's experience, and other housekeeping items. See our internal meeting here: https://medicareagenttraining.com/agency-weekly-office-meetings/        …

     


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Policy Rescinded! What?

If this has not happened to you yet in this industry, it will. Statistically, it's just a matter of time, or so they say. After thousands of clients, it finally happened to me. Yet it seems like the only carrier…

     


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Mid-February 2016 Medicare Update – IMPORTANT

In this update, we cover a new product launch coming out this summer, also Q&A on why companies change their names and how to overcome the #1 objection you get when selling by phone. Also, I talk about pre-existing conditions…

     


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Medicare Supplements and Pre-Existing Conditions

This is a video I did recently on Medicare Supplements and Pre-Existing conditions.

I lost a client once because one of the Medicare Supplement companies, CIGNA, sent out their new policy with a highlight on a Pre-Existing Condition warning. They did not, however, explain in their materials that the pre-ex does not apply if they've already had their Medicare Supplement policy with their former carrier for at least six months.

So, if you are replacing one Medigap (Medicare Supplement) policy with another one, and they were with the old company for at least six months, there are no pre-existing condition exclusions. There are no waiting periods, there are not denied claims with the new carrier where that would not have been denied with the old carrier (if they're moving to the same plan letter with the new carrier).

Here is the video explaining how pre-existing conditions are treated when changing Medicare Supplement policies.

Here is the “Choosing a Medigap Policy” guide:

  http://www.medicare.gov/pubs/pdf/02110.pdf

You can request copies of this from Medicare directly (www.medicare.gov) or by requesting it from any insurance carrier you are writing business for now.