NASBI launches new website to serve insurance professionals

NASBI launches new website

NASBI (National Association of Supplemental Benefit Insurance), the nation’s leading advocacy organization for supplemental health benefits professionals, has launched a new website greatly enhancing their members’ ability to easily access information they need. This new and expanded website is the next step in the organization’s year-long effort to broaden its reach to all professionals in the supplemental benefits market.

Formerly NACII (National Association of Critical Illness Insurance), NASBI changed its name and mission in 2017 to highlight its expanded focus to support professionals in Accident, Critical Illness, Hospital Indemnity, Life Insurance, and Short-Term Disability. The organization sponsors educational programs and industry research, and provides analysis and training in the industry’s ever-changing regulatory processes.

Features of the new NASBI.org site include:

  • Easy-to-navigate access to upcoming events and other organization information;
  • Optimized for mobile device viewing;
  • Newsletter signup, to receive breaking industry news straight to your inbox;

All insurance professionals in Accident, Hospital Indemnity, Life, and Short-Term Disability are invited to join NASBI free of charge.

For additional information about the many benefits of joining NASBI’s mailing list, including opportunities to sponsor the NASBI Forum, contact Ken Smith at ken@kensmithsales.com


Industry-leading insurance advocacy group announces name change, expanded mission

NASBI Announcement

The nation’s leading advocacy organization focused on providing education and support in the ever-changing market of supplemental health benefits has changed its name to align more closely with its expanded role in the insurance industry. The National Association for Critical Illness Insurance (NACII) will now be known as the National Association of Supplemental Benefit Insurance (NASBI).
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