Meet the Life & Health Division 

Scott French – ext. 6312
National Sales Director

Jennifer Allen – ext. 6493
Regional Sales Director

Mark Bing – ext. 6487
Regional Sales Director

Neisha Rhodes – ext. 6486
Regional Sales Director

Tony Walker – ext. 6492
Regional Sales Director

Mark Zimmerman – ext. 6482
Regional Sales Director

In 1988, Agent Pipeline was founded specializing in Individual Health and Group Health. In 2011, following the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, Agent Pipeline created a team focusing their efforts on understanding the ins and outs of Health Care Reform. We are pleased to share with you some of the great resources to understand how to best take advantage of the changes implemented by the reform and how to service your clients with repeal proposals and replacement plans. For employer groups and small businesses; we also provide solutions for your clients in need of Group Health Plans and Voluntary Worksite Benefits.

Under the new Administration, many changes have occurred with product availability, such as the introduction of new penalty free short-term medical plans and minimum essential coverage (MEC) plans. Agent Pipeline was the first marketing organization to introduce these products to independent agents and agencies, providing solutions to clients facing high penalties and ACA premiums.

As we continued to expand our division dedicated to the under-age market, we now offer financial solutions focusing on life insurance. Our portfolio of life products includes final expense, term life, and universal life products.

We also assist with addressing the supplemental needs of your clients to better fill the gaps left behind with rising deductibles. For more information on adding supplemental products to your portfolios such as critical illness, dental, vision, and hearing, hospital indemnity, and telemedicine, please contact our Life & Health Division today. You can also click here to review the products and carriers available.


Life & Health Agent Resources


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