Some health care practitioners are being denied insurance coverage, and it appears to be a side effect of the opioid epidemic. The problem isn’t that these applicants are addicts. It’s that they carry naloxone, a prescription medicine used to reverse overdoses.Read More
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Are you struggling to add Physicians to your book of DI business? If so, it is time to sharpen your referral strategy as a record-breaking 31,757 medical resident positions were filled through the National Resident Matching Program in 2017.Read More
Topics: DI for doctors
Despite the technical glitches with the new government healthcare website and uncertainties surrounding the rollout of the new healthcare law, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is moving forward slowly but surely. Thousands have already accessed the website to review their options and begin the enrollment process.
According to the U.S. Commerce Department, nearly one in five people living in the U.S. will suffer a disability lasting more than a year before age 65. A disabling injury or illness can strike anyone at any time, and nobody knows it better than doctors. After all, they see patients become disabled due to unexpected illness and injury every day. However, even with this inside knowledge about the risk of disability, many doctors leave their lifestyles exposed without proper income protection.
In a one-to-one sales model, prospecting for DI quotes is a long, hard slog. You can spend hours on one prospect, only to be turned down in the end.