End of open enrollment is not the start of summer vacation for brokers

03/19/2014 | National Underwriter Life & Health

Health insurance brokers' offices might quiet down a little after open enrollment ends March 31, but plenty of consumers will still be interested in supplemental products such as critical illness, short-term medical coverage and other optional benefits, experts say. Consumers who change employment status or experience other qualifying events will be eligible to enroll in a new health insurance plan, and some states might extend their open enrollment periods.

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