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Health Insurance Advocate Radio Show Proves Health Insurance is a Top Rated Topic for Talk Radio
Date:5/14/2009

Arbitron ratings show private health insurance is a top rated topic for consumers despite looming National Health Care plans.

Kansas City, Missouri (PRWEB) May 14, 2009 -- Kansas City, Jeremy Snider, of KCMO-AM talk radio 710 announced today that the Health Insurance Advocate Radio Program's Arbitron Winter 2009 ratings show a 191% increase in cumulative Adult 18 + listeners throughout Midwest.

The weekly one-hour program, The Health Insurance Advocate, focuses on health insurance and health care issues and is heard on the HIA Network each Saturday at noon in Kansas City, Springfield, Wichita, Sedalia, St. Louis and broadcasting to a four state region.

"This is year over year growth," Hall said. "What's really significant here is that the once confusing and boring topic of health insurance is a top-of-mind issue for a lot of people today. Our numbers show people are listening and what's more, that they're afraid of the ever looming National Health Care disaster which is fast becoming a reality under the current administration."

Hall's program, in addition to providing an entertaining combination of commercial health insurance, expert health care advice and special guests, has relentlessly exposed National Health Care as an unworkable concept which cannot realistically provide the health care coverage Americans come to expect and need.

"As I've said before, if we don't get into the tough issues and the important details that touch us at very deep levels, then the show is not worth listening to," says Hall. "The Health Insurance Advocate program is there to break barriers and challenge conventional practices as well as radical concepts like government administrated national health."

Hall's HIA Network also expands to KTRS 550 AM in St. Louis, Missouri, on May 16 as a result of consistent increased listenership over the programs six year history. Hall says he hopes to be broadcasting in Oklahoma, Arizona and California in the near future as well.

About Cary Hall -- Cary Hall is the president of Benefits By Design and the host of The Health Insurance Advocate Show. Cary has focused his company to be a consumer advocate organization. Cary is a top producer for Coventry Health Care of Kansas, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas City, Aetna, Assurant, Golden Rule and American Medical. Cary is a member of the National Association of Health Underwriters and The Greater Kansas City Benefit Professionals Association.

Listen to Streaming Audio at 12 Noon CST each Saturday.

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Contact:
Vicki Bisby
913.385.2224
www.thehealthinsuranceadvocate.com
The Health Insurance Advocate
10540 Marty, Suite 200
Overland Park, KS 66212

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