Effective management of the customer experience is becoming an increasingly important aspect of the sales process for agents as they gather health leads, a new study indicates.
If employers hold true to what some say they’re going to do when the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is fully implemented, it has the potential to significantly impact agents’ health leads.
A new study suggests individuals who make a financial plan tend to do better than those who do not.
As agents anxiously anticipate how the implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act will affect their health leads, many believe their role in the insurance industry will likely change as well.
It’s little wonder that Medicare advantage leads are so abundant, as a recent survey indicates that its recipients tend to be quite satisfied with their plans.
A new survey suggests that the cost of healthcare provided by Medicare programs has increased at a slower rate, which may come as a surprise to agents as they compile Medicare advantage leads.
While life insurance leads often materialize from people who want to prepare for their economic futures, a new survey suggests that many customers may be uncomfortable with their financial situation.
One of the most important job functions for agents is ensuring that after taking advantage of auto insurance leads, their customers are pleased with the claims process. As a recent study suggests, agents appear to be succeeding on this front.
It’s little wonder that so many agents put a premium on life insurance leads, as a new study suggests it’s one of the most profitable voluntary insurance product lines offered by insurers.
If health leads could gauge how insurance customers feel about the cost of healthcare, agents would likely be surprised at how taken aback their clients are by its expense.