(Louisville, KY) — Valerie Reevesrecently attended the National Association of Health Underwriters’ (NAHU) invitation-only Platinum Advisor Summit in Washington, DC, on 8/18/2015. The summit was designed to provide a venue of collaboration among insurance and benefit professionals in self-funded health plansand improve the strength of Preferred Benefit’s value proposition to its clients.
Reeves was joined by other leading strategic advisors, brokers, producers and agents to participate in a collaborative, coaching and thought-provoking environment to explore topics on practice management, skills of career advancement and the value of new business solutions, just to name a few.
“By participating in this informational session, Reeves has joined an elite group of insurance and benefit specialists. Through this summit, Reeves(http://pbllc.net/about-us/) is now better equipped to expand Preferred Benefitsby incorporating and implementing the tools of brand development and strategic planning,” said NAHU CEO Janet Trautwein.
“We continue to educate agents and brokers in these important summits so they are better equipped to grow their business as well as prepare and assist their clients to handle all of the changes and challenges with purchasing and maintaining health coverage.”
Topics of study include:
* Professional & Personal Development
* Brand Management/Social Media
* Strategic Planning/Succession Planning
* Underwriting/Actuarial Analysis
* Compliance and Presentation Skills
* Practice Management
* Employee Engagement
* Human Resource Consulting
* Technology Solutions
Reeves said “This summit helped me expand my thinking of how the delivery of employee benefits will occur in the future. With the onset of technology and healthcare reform the old way of doing business will die along with the agencies who do not embrace the change.”
The National Association of Health Underwriters represents 100,000 professional health insurance agents and brokers who provide insurance for millions of Americans. For more information, please call Susan Wolfeat 502.657.0156 or email [email protected]