The National Association of Health Underwriters (NAHU) is the leading professional trade association for health insurance agents, brokers and consultants, and represents more than 100,000 benefit specialists nationally. NAHU is highly regarded and trusted on “The Hill”.
I’m very proud to be involved with NAHU. In July, 2015, I stepped down as chair of NAHU’s LTC Advisory Committee. I continue to serve and be actively involved.
These papers offer good common-sense ideas on how to preserve Medicaid for the truly needy, and how to encourage more Americans to prepare responsibly and properly for their long-term care. They will be included in NAHU’s political advocacy.
I worked on the completion of both papers, but I believe my colleagues Claude Thau, Sally Leimbach, John Parker, Joe Lesson and Linda Thalheimer were tireless and played more essential, critical roles. We also had excellent support from Dan Sampson on NAHU’s staff.