NASBI was established to provide a forum for discussion on Supplemental Benefit Insurance; to become a distribution source for information and education on Supplemental Benefit Insurance; and, to serve as a distribution channel for establishing and promoting Supplemental Benefit Insurance industry policy, industry education and industry position.
The organization was formed in 2002, and continues to be the leading advocate for Critical Illness Insurance in the United States. Since then, we have spearheaded programs designed to educate and disseminate information in an effort to synchronize development of insurer products, insurance department regulation and to enhance the publics and producers knowledge of the growing need for Critical Illness Insurance (CII). In 2017 the organization changed its name to NASBI (National Association of Supplemental Benefit Insurance) to better serve its members.
- To sponsor and promote practical skill-based education programs;
- To engage in active information dissemination and publishing activities to increase knowledge and understanding of supplemental benefits;
- To serve as an active liaison to provide research and data analysis of supplemental benefits and related subjects;
- To work in collaboration with organizations to develop an understanding of the need for supplemental benefits.
To forge an active and effective alliance among stakeholders in the Supplemental Benefit Insurance arena. The Association’s programs are designed to educate and disseminate information in an effort to synchronize development of insurer programs, insurance department regulation, and to enhance the public’s and producer’s knowledge of the growing need for Supplemental Benefit insurance.”