Getting There

Public parking is available near the NC Department of Insurance at Deck 74 (Visitor Lot 2). $16.00 per day. Lot is open from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm.

 

Lunch is provided
How Do I Register?

Register Here

How much does it cost?

There is no cost for NAHU members. If you are not a NAHU member, registration is $50. Every registrant of this event will receive credits for CE through WebCE included in your registration. NAHU members will receive six (6) credits and non-members will receive three (3) Hours at no additional cost. 

The registration fees are intended to be low to encourage all independent agents who offer Medicare plans an opportunity to learn more about Medicare and to introduce you to the National Association of Health Underwriters extensive Medicare-related resources.

How do I get the Zoom meeting link?

The Zoom meeting link will be emailed to you the day before the event. Just click on the link to access the meeting. If you don't receive a link, email tech@ncahu.org or return to this page and use the Chat feature to speak with an NCAHU representative.

Are there CE Credits?

Every registrant of this event will receive three (3) Hours of WebCE at no additional cost. 

Who is hosting the event?

This event is brought to you by the Committee for Medicare and Individual Products a North Carolina Association of Health Underwriters (https://www.ncahu.org/) organization

What other resources are available for Medicare agents?

Extensive Medicare resources for agents are available from the National Association of Health Underwriters (https://nahu.org/).

These resources include:

  • Medicare Professional Designations

  • Medicare Portal with dedicated Medicare resources for agents. 

  • Medicare Federal Legislative information helping you keep your clients informed about CMS initiatives and legislation in Congress.

  • Medicare news for agents

  • Medicare compliance information

  • LTC and Medicare chat room to ask your questions about Medicare to agents from around the country.

  • Medicare Advocacy in Washington DC, CMS, and the NC General assembly.

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