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Exchanges Are Missing out On Ancillary

By: Tom Dimmer, Vice President of Business Development, Individual Markets & Exchanges You just spent hours with a client making the pitch and closing the deal on a medical plan. Now you have the chance to either pack up shop or pick something from the dessert cart. You want dessert, of course you want dessert,…

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Renaissance Dental Upgraded To “Excellent” Rating By A.M. Best

Renaissance Life & Health Insurance Company of America has been elevated from an A- to an A in its issuer credit rating (ICR) performed by A.M. Best Company. Renaissance Dental is the flagship product of Renaissance Life & Health Insurance Company of America. The new “excellent” rating emphasizes Renaissance’s stable financial outlook. It also proves…

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Indianapolis Insurance Carrier Invited To Speak At The Institute For HealthCare Consumerism Forum

Renaissance, a leading provider of customizable dental and vision insurance plans, has announced that one of its top executives will be a speaker at a major conference focused on healthcare consumerism on June 23. The Institute for HealthCare Consumerism (IHC) selected Thomas Dimmer, vice president of business development, individual market and exchanges, to share his…

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Terry Walsh Joins Renaissance As National Director Of Sales And Market Development

Renaissance, a leading ancillary insurance carrier of customizable dental and vision plans, has hired insurance industry veteran Terry Walsh as national director of sales and market development. Walsh will be responsible for exploring growth opportunities for Renaissance’s group insurance sales in new markets. Additionally, he will leverage his industry expertise to improve the company’s direct-selling…

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Renaissance Teams Up With NEA’s Read Across America To Encourage Children To Pick Up A Book And A Toothbrush

The Seuss-tastic secret behind the National Education Association’s Read Across America program, which is celebrated by 45 million people annually, is that it makes reading fun for kids. For the second year, NEA will use its highly Seuss-cessful children’s literacy program to raise awareness of a culprit—oral health problems—that’s causing U.S. school-aged children to miss…

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NEA’s Cat-a-Van Reading Tour Comes To Columbia

Hundreds of local students got some Seuss-style inspiration today when they were paid a special visit by the famous feline, the Cat in the Hat, as part of the National Education Association’s Cat-a-Van Reading Tour, which hit the road on February 24 and will conclude on March 14. “The South Carolina Education Association (The SCEA)…

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