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Whether you’re looking to significantly expand your agent base, streamline your annual readiness process, or completely automate agent onboarding, there’s still time to implement Sentinel Elite™ for the 2018 Annual Election Period (AEP).
As we head into bid and application season, one of the common needs that comes to mind is systems. While everyone acknowledges the need for a claims or enrollment system, there are often functions throughout the organization that can benefit from the efficiency and productivity of an automated process. One such example is agent management.
Preparing for the 2016 selling season means implementing a strategy that mitigates compliance risks for your organization and empowers your sales force to meet your enrollment targets. In our recent webinar regarding the impact of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) changes on Medicare Advantage (MA) and Federally-Facilitated Marketplace (FFM) 2016 Agent Readiness, I outlined key takeaways your organization needs to enforce in order to protect your health plan from compliance risks while also positioning it for sales success in 2016 and beyond.
It’s so much more than training. GHG’s fully-automated Sales Sentinel™ can take your agents from zero to ready-to-sell in as little as one week, ensuring agents are not only trained, but contracted, licensed, and appointed per CMS requirements. Sentinel can also assist the organization with administrative onboarding functions such as form collection and writing code assignment.