Carriers Providing Training For Navigators and Assisters

Jan 30, 2016

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  1. Sherota1
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    Sherota1, Jan 30, 2016
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    Barf...................................
     
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    Looks like carriers are catching on. If they have to rely on hc.gov idiots to send them business they should take some initiative to help Laquesha understand WTF she is "selling".
     
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    Yep, training them is cheaper to use them in the long run. Whoops there goes the agent.
     
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    Based on the non commission letters I recently received from Humana and UHC, I think that, at least in Mississippi, agents are a done deal. :mad:
     
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    It's crazy that companies losing millions of dollars per month on ACA business would do anything at all to generate more of those sales! Navigator entities and Assisters in Urban hoods enroll the sickest, high-risk lifestyle people in the country.

    Health Insurers who reach out to Navs and Assisters for enrolling ObamaCare customers epitomize stupidity, and will get exactly what they deserve.
     
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    there's no liability issue using navigators--no E&O, no accountability and no pay since they're government funded. It's perfect! The only one bearing risking mistakes are made is the client! Ain't it grand how it all worked out?
     
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