NASBI, the National Association of Supplemental Benefit Insurance, Announces The Heart Wishes Fund

The Heart Wishwa Fund

The National Association of Supplemental Benefit Insurance (NASBI), an industry organization for supplemental benefits professionals, is proud to announce the launch of our Heart Wishes program. Developed by the founder of NASBI (formerly NACII, initially focused on critical illness insurance), Dan Pisetsky, this program has been brought to life by a passionate team of board members who will carry on the mission in its inaugural year and beyond.

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2020 NASBI Supplemental Benefits Virtual Fall Forum

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On September 9 we launched our first Virtual Fall Forum. The event was well attended with over 200 insurance professionals experiencing this new, “almost in-person” virtual format.

Speakers and attendees from insurance companies representing the supplemental benefit market came together for this 2-day event, filled with insights and knowledge such as:

  • Staying current with today’s best practices.
  • Finding solutions.
  • Getting team resources.

Virtual Summer Session

Virtual Summer Session

Our FREE Virtual Supplemental Summer Session
was held on
Wednesday, August 12 from 11:00am–12:30pm (EST)

The topics were:

    presented by Erin Marino of Eastbridge Consulting
    presented by Karen English of Spring Consulting
    presented by Gina Owens of LifeSecure Insurance Company and Matthew Harper of Aflac

NASBI giving back to the community

joining the fight against childhood cancer

NASBI, the nation’s leading advocacy organization for supplemental health benefits professionals, is giving back to the community with a donation to Aflac Cancer Center in Atlanta. We are proud to support the fight against childhood cancer.

About The Aflac Foundation
The Aflac Foundation, Inc. supports children with cancer and select other charitable causes. The core focus is the Aflac Childhood Cancer Campaign, which touches the lives of these young patients around the country in many ways. Visit for more information.

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What’s happening in Supplemental Benefits

2019 Session Sneek Peak

The 2019 NASBI Supplemental Benefits Forum delivers OVER 30 SESSIONS covering the critical topics that will help insurance professionals develop new skills, strategies, and expertise.

“Life and Disability for All!”, “What’s in a Name? A Critical Illness Product by Any Other Name is Just as Sweet!”, “Through the Looking Glass – A View From the Outside” – are just a few of the fast-paced interactive sessions available to participants.

Attendees can also enjoy a reception and generous lunch schedules for optimal networking opportunities.

Click here to take a look at the 2019 Sessions.

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Regulatory Developments – The Latest and Greatest

Stacy KoronTaylor McKinnonDoes the regulatory environment have you in knots? Learn the latest about HSA compatibility, taxation, state challenges, among other items.

Join Stacy Koron, JD, CLU, FLMI, Compliance Consultant, Milliman, Inc. and Taylor McKinnon, JD, Senior Compliance Analyst at Milliman, Inc., in one of the most popular topics of the forum.

The NASBI Forum provides ample opportunities for networking and creating new connections. If your role involves product development, underwriting, marketing and sales, claims, risk management, or administration the NASBI Forum is for you.

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Meet Industry Leader Erin Marino

Erin MarinoErin Marino, Senior Director of Research and Marketing, Eastbridge Consulting Group

Erin will share her perspectives based on years of research and studies of the Supplemental Health / Voluntary Benefits market space. We will learn of important industry trends and hear viewpoints of where we’re headed.

All attendees are certain to gain valuable insights and key takeaways from this highly informative General Session!

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As the Business Still Churns, Part 2

Kristie Lundy,“As the Business Still Churns, Part 2 – Another Look at Takeover Business,” will be presented by a panel of voluntary experts led by Kristy Lundy, FLMI, VP, Financial Protection Products, UnitedHealthcare.

One of the most popular sessions at last year’s Forum, “As the Business Churns,” assessed takeover business in the supplemental world. This year’s session will take a deeper look into the challenges and realities of takeover business and review results of the Milliman Takeover survey. Join us and hear underwriting and actuarial perspectives, along with case studies to illustrate best practices in takeover situations.

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