San Francisco, CA – June 25, 2013 (http://www.prweb.com/releases/
Benefitter Insurance Solutions, Inc., announces the Benefitter Preferred Broker Network, which gives select agents, brokers and consultants a new arsenal of tools to help their clients and themselves benefit from healthcare reform.
Agents, brokers and consultants nationwide are seeking the most effective way to guide their clients through the complicated Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), also known as Obamacare. Benefitter’s web-based ReformSuite helps brokers evaluate their clients’ health benefit offerings and choose optimal strategies within the rapidly changing health insurance ecosystem.
“Employers are asking their brokers about the federal deadline of October 1, 2013 to communicate healthcare reform-based options to all their employees,” says Conrad Voorsanger, VP of Marketing at Benefitter. “Benefitter’s ReformSuite solution helps brokers in the Preferred Broker Network get the job done.”
The Benefitter Preferred Broker Network empowers agents and brokers with robust tools and digestible information. As members of the Preferred Broker Network, agents and brokers receive the earliest access to Benefitter tools to help them and their clients benefit from healthcare reform. And each time preferred members successfully refer their clients to the Benefitter platform, they increase their preferred discounts.
“Obamacare is creating turbulent change in the health insurance market, and brokers and consultants need access to reliable tools and streamlined processes,” says Brian Poger, CEO of Benefitter. “Benefitter’s Preferred Broker Network helps agents and brokers skillfully navigate the new legislation so they can take immediate actions that can help their clients and capitalize on this once in a lifetime opportunity.”
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Benefitter helps employers and employees confidently navigate the evolving healthcare reform legislation and optimize their total rewards package in a post-healthcare reform world. Benefitter works closely with agents, brokers and consultants to deliver straightforward software-as-a-service to employers and employees. Based in San Francisco, California, Benefitter is funded in part by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Mohr Davidow Ventures, Aberdare Ventures, and Mayo Clinic. https://www.benefitter.com