(636) 519-9300 executive@slahu.org

Ethics Seminar

Join the National Association of Benefits and Insurance Professionals -- St. Louis Chapter for a 3-hour Ethics course on Thursday, March 14 at The Lodge of Des Peres. Our featured speaker is Tom Edgeton of Anthem.

About NABIP St. Louis Chapter

Mission Statement

Engage, empower and educate our members to protect their consumers’ future.

Vision Statement

NABIP St. Louis Chapter is the preeminent organization for health insurance and employee benefits professionals.

New Members Welcome

NABIP St. Louis Chapter board members Diane Finnestead and Lynn Lewis welcome new member Linda Tucker, Medicare Sales Consultant for CareFree Insurance Services, at the monthly meeting on the "ABCD's of Medicare."

Information Links

CE Online
Missouri Department of Insurance 301 West High Street P.O. Box 690 Jefferson City, Missouri 65102 (573) 751-4126

The American College
For legal advice, you consult a legal professional. For tax advice, you consult a tax professional. When your clients need an insurance professional to consult with for all of their health insurance needs, they turn to a Registered Health Underwriter (RHU). When your clients need an employee benefits professional to consult with for all their employee benefits needs – they turn to a Registered Employee Benefits Consultant (REBC). Through formal studies and ongoing CE, a RHU/REBC professional is equipped to provide expertise in all aspects of the employee benefits markets and all aspects of the individual and group disability income and medical insurance markets. To get the most from your studies, consider joining a class sponsored by an NAHU local chapter. Classes are taught by qualified instructors. The American College works closely with NAHU’s national office and chapters to find the best instructors and provide top-quality instructional materials. 

Health Insurance Association of America
HIAA offers NAHU’s members books and courses in the health insurance industry managed care, disability income and long-term care. HIAA will provide state/local chapters with a 5% discount on nonmember-priced HIAA courses purchased by NAHU members. Students shall be eligible for this discount by completing an enrollment form with a NAHU identifier and submitting by NAHU to HIAA. Special order forms will identify members and can be obtained through NAHU’s education department.

Center for Senior Studies
Get a BIGGER piece of the pie!……..Earn your Certified Senior Specialist National Designation. This five course program includes • Understanding and Working in the Senior Market • Financial and Estate Planning • Retirement and Tax Planning • Understanding Social Security and Medicare • Health Issues and Priorities for the Older Client Exemption credits are available for professionals with comparable designations NAHU chapter study groups forming now. 

Insurance Study
InsuranceStudy.com offers the easiest, most convenient solution for fulfilling your continuing education license requirements. Our low-cost on-line curriculum allows you to instantly select state approved education for your state and have your credits processed for you automatically. 

United States Department of Labor
United States Department of Labor http://www.dol.gov The health benefits that your clients have are through a job based health plan. Benefits are part of what they work for, just like a paycheck. Make sure their health benefits don’t slip through their fingers simply because they don’t know how to use them. Tips and tools can help you provide resources that help keep your clients informed about health benefits. The Department of Labor currently spends a half million dollars to educate employers about COBRA and HIPAA compliance every year. There are a variety of publications and resources made available such as: The online Compliance Assistance Booklet, HIPAA Q&A book (technical), Health Benefits Emergency Card Brochures and the Health Benefits Information kit. A pre-packaged program available to local chapters One of DOL’s speakers can be recruited for your education session with just one phone call to the NAHU education department (703) 276-3825 or fross@nahu.org . Dates and locations of DOL seminars already provided every six weeks through out scheduled states. Free “Self Audit” check list is available on-line and through NAHU’s legislative and education department. 

Electronic discussion group with others in the industry

NAHU Legislative/Government
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Through the Grapvine
Through the Grapevine is a monthly publication that describes the various issues that are occurring throughout the regions. It also briefly describes news at NAHU and what is happening on Capitol Hill.