Employee benefit brokers can do plenty to set themselves apart from competitors, such as offering a wide array of products, providing top-notch customer service and making strategic partnerships. Those become even more critical when only a few carriers control the health insurance market the broker is operating within.

Also see: “States with the least competitive large-group health insurance markets.”

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