ABOUT THE EVENT
FWAHU is going virtual! Our Medicare Sales Symposium features some great speakers and topics that we believe you will find educational and entertaining. The event offers 6 hours classroom continuing education credit with no test required.
Everyone! Because this event is being hosted virtually, agents from across the state of Texas are invited. You do not have to be a FWAHU member to attend. Whether you sell group, individual, or Medicare products, we believe that you’ll find the information beneficial. We hope you can join us.
WHAT’S THE COST?
The cost is $30 for NAHU members and $60 for non-members. If you’d prefer to attend just one or two sessions, the cost is $15 per class. Please be sure to invite anyone in your office who might be interested. It’s a great way to get some CE credit right before the busy fourth quarter.
Don't miss this opportunity!
COVID-19 has forced us to cancel our in-person event, but that just gives us an opportunity to try out this new virtual option. We think you'll like it.
A big THANK YOU to our Exhibitors for making this event possible
Meet Our Speakers
This session will review the top Medicare legislation being tracked by NAHU. Plus, we will also share what NAHU is doing better serve existing members and attract new members with a new Medicare certification course.
CE Provider: ComedyCE.com LLC, Provider #37719 | Course #122717
As we continue to deal with the coronavirus pandemic, many of our employer clients have questions about their current insurance coverage. Do their business interruption policies cover losses associated with the coronavirus? What about key employee insurance? Or workers comp? Or disability? Or hospital indemnity plans? In this one-hour session, TAHU President Audra Sullivan will discuss how some of these plans are dealing with COVID-19 claims.
CE Provider: ComedyCE.com LLC, Provider #37719 | Course #124543
In this course, we’ll talk about employer reporting under the Affordable Care Act. This is a requirement that’s been around for the last five years, but with COVID-19, 2020 reporting could be even more challenging than normal. The reasons are numerous: employers have other things to focus on right now, including keeping their business open; many employees have worked reduced hours or come back to work after being furloughed, making counting employees difficult; and some employers have reduced their employer contribution during this challenging time, which could now subject them to penalties.
Because brokers will no doubt get lots of questions in the months ahead, it’s important that they understand the basics of employer reporting, understand what has recently changed, and know how to talk with their clients about the importance and benefits of outsourcing this responsibility to a professional administrator.
This session focuses on Webinar Meetings and presenting yourself in the best light. Krista Palmer has been leading TASC in virtual meetings nationwide since the pandemic began and has been asked internally to speak on the topic, so she’ll discuss what she’s learned throughout that process. This one-hour non-CE session will focus on Set, Self, and Statement.
CE Provider: TAHU, Provider #32408 | Course #123291
Just when we thought we’d run out of acronyms we get “ICHRA!?” Wondering what the heck it is? The new Individual Coverage Health Reimbursement Arrangement (ICHRA) became available in January 2020 thanks to recent Federal rules. For the first time, employers of any size can reimburse their employees for individual health plans.
In this course we will answer questions, including: What is it and how does it work? Which types of employer clients are eligible? What can we learn from early adopters? How do we help our clients implement a compliant solution? Learn from a fellow licensed agent who has already helped clients setup this new employee benefits model.
CE Provider: ComedyCE.com LLC, Provider #37719 | Course #124349
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, most people are pretty concerned about their health care coverage. In fact, it’s the number one issue for many voters in the upcoming election, and that means you may get more questions than normal about where we’re headed as a country. We’ll try to answer that question (as best we can) in this session. We’ll start with a current state of the health insurance industry and move on to some predictions on where the market could be going. Most importantly, we’ll talk about what you should be doing now to prepare for the changes to come.