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New Year’s Resolution: Reduce Your Benefit Management Load
Author: Lora Drummond
Medicare Transition Specialist
Well, we made it! Welcome to a new year!
These first few weeks of a new year are pivotal for professing opportunities for change and strategizing how to get to our various new year goals. How many resolutions for personal changes have you made? Some of the new year’s most popular resolutions include improving, organizing, simplifying, and reducing. How many ads are you getting in your personal email for healthy eating and exercise?
Let’s not forget there are opportunities for reducing and balancing at work too. That’s where we come in. We want to help you reach the goal of lowering your benefit management activities.
Announcing our 2021 Medicare blog series that will provide solutions for making your role easier when it comes to Medicare. Our 2021 blog is aptly called The Solution Series.
We hope by merely following the blog, you find it a helpful, quick resource for guiding your employees. And when you have employees who need help preparing to transition to Medicare, you can provide them with ready access to a team that specializes in making the process personal, understandable, and 123Easy!
Solution Series #1
We thought the first solution of the new year should be geared toward introducing you to The Medicare Architects. Your team to help you reduce your benefit guidance load… by taking Medicare off your plate.
Solution: Reducing Your Benefit Guidance Load
When you partner with The Medicare Architects, you get a team of experts who are portioned just right for providing well-balanced support for Medicare guidance.
*Check out the illustration below.*
We are dishing healthy portions of support to balance your benefit guidance load when it comes to Medicare.
The Medicare Architects comprise of a unique team of consultants and Certified Medicare Planners®, who utilize industry-first technology, and CMS-approved educational support under 123EasyMedicare to compliantly support your employees with successful Medicare transition. All resources for Medicare guidance in one place.
Our complimentary partnership provides the best benefit support possible for employees preparing to transition to Medicare.
Let us help take Medicare off your plate in 2021.
Making Medicare@Work 123Easy in 2021!
Having a Medicare transition team creates confidence in your ability to compliantly educate and transition eligible employees to Medicare while reducing costs for your employees and boosting your bottom line.
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