May 15, 2015


In This Issue
NAHU Submits Comments on the Cadillac Tax
Reaching Milestones: Cures and Medical Device Repeal
New Guidance on Preventive Care and Deductibles
Lawmakers Propose Alternative Solutions to SCOTUS Challenge
Hit Parade
HUPAC Round Up
What We're Reading
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Hit Parade

NAHU was featured in more than 336 news stories this week, reaching an audience of more than 3.2 billion people. You can access the major stories, including social media and articles from Associated Press, Yahoo! News, Bloomberg, Reuters US News, Fox News, The Huffington Post, CBS, NBC, ABC, Philadelphia Inquirer, San Francisco Gate, Houston Chronicle, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 100.7 Jack FM, The News & Observer (NC), Toledo News Now, The Denver Post, The Tampa Tribune, The Business Journals, BenefitsPro, Insurance News Net, LifeHealthPro and Insurance & Financial Advisor, on the NAHU in the News webpage. Please review April’s Media Hit Highlights PowerPoint for more detailed information on the association's and our members' overall efforts in the top-tiered press hits.

One of our big media hits this week features San Diego AHU member Craig Gussin. Craig was quoted in an Associated Press article that was published in over 110 media outlets. He states key points that assist college students through different health coverage options. Gussin explains how a student can receive supplement care from the campus’s health station for a fee. “That way, the student has a place to go on campus if a sinus infection crops up but can save major care for home in between semesters. That may be a good choice for students who will remain covered under a parent's health insurance plan,” said Gussin. Also, David Mordo, member of New Jersey’s Monmouth Ocean AHU chapter, was quoted in the Philadelphia Inquirer on consumers buying coverage during the enrollment periods. "They put these deadlines in place to protect from people gaming the system," said Mordo.

In addition to our media coverage, NAHU’s full Annual Report details each department’s activities and diligent efforts throughout 2014. Along with the Yearly Highlights Report, this report emphasizes on how dedicated we are in advocating for our members. As your professional association, we are happy to provide you with the latest professional development courses, timely legislative updates and media outreach initiatives on the importance of a broker’s role and more.

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