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Health Insurance Agents Work with Zane Benefits to Offer New Solutions amid Health Care Reform
Date:4/22/2010

ed group plans have been the dominant form of insurance because employees with pre-existing medical conditions have been unable to obtain individual insurance. This is no longer the case starting in 2010.

Beginning July 1, 2010, there will be a new federal "risk pool" to guarantee individual coverage to adults with preexisting conditions. Beginning September 23, 2010, carriers offering individual policies will no longer be able to reject or charge more for children with preexisting conditions. And in 2014, insurance carriers will be required to accept all individual applicants regardless of health status.

How the Program Works:
To get started, insurance agents create a free Zane Affiliate Account online. The online account gives agents immediate access to weekly webinars, discounted Continuing Education courses, custom marketing brochures and other sales tools.

Zane Benefits does not sell health insurance or interfere with its affiliates’ existing insurance services. The GroupHRA, ZaneHRA and ZanePOP products serve as an add-on to an agent's current insurance offerings.

Availability:
The program is available now at www.ZaneAffiliates.com and from authorized insurance agencies in every state.

About Zane Benefits:
Zane Benefits, Inc. (www.ZaneBenefits.com) is a leading provider of Health Reimbursements Arrangements (HRAs) and Defined Contribution Health Benefits accounts to U.S. employers and their employees. With Zane's HRA, employers open and manage their HRA completely online and manage reimbursements via their existing payroll system.

Zane Benefits does not sell health insurance. Its products and services are distributed in all 50 states by independent licensed agents and other distributo
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