NAHU’s Annual Convention and Exhibition
(Sacramento, CA) – The National Association of Health Underwriters (NAHU) held its 85th Annual Convention and Exhibition on June 28 – July 1 in New Orleans, LA. Over 800 health insurance professionals from across the country gathered to learn about products, attend training for licensure renewal, and get the latest information on federal and state legislation as well as review of the Supreme Court ruling on King v. Burwell.
Nine members of local NAHU chapter, Sacramento Association of Health Underwriters (SAHU), attended this conference that focused on assisting health insurance professionals to continue servicing clients through the legislative and regulatory changes affecting the health insurance market.
Included in attendance were Marcy McCulloch, SAHU’s 2015-2016 President. SAHU is one of over 200 NAHU chapters across the country.
Convention’s guest speakers included many industry and business leaders speaking about healthcare reform and business strategies.
“Because of their dedication to continuing education and vast experience in the changing health insurance market, NAHU members are the most highly trained, best qualified health insurance professionals in America,” said NAHU CEO Janet Trautwein. “NAHU’s convention offers more continuing education credits, new product information and legislative updates than any other industry meeting.”
SAHU Past President Cerrina Jensen, who was also in attendance, congratulated Ms. McCulloch on making the time to attend the valuable leadership training presented at this conference and looks forward to her term as president.
The Sacramento Association of Health Underwriters (SAHU) is a local chapter of the California Association (CAHU) and the National Association (NAHU). Our vision is that every American will have access to personalized solutions for health, financial and retirement security using the services of local insurance professionals. SAHU’s mission is to improve our members’ ability to meet the health, financial and retirement security needs of all Americans through education, advocacy and professional development.