The National Association of Health Underwriters held its annual convention in late June amid a mood of apprehension, as the attendees expected a Supreme Court ruling on health care reform during the convention.

Despite the high court ruling coming days later, attendees left the conference with an optimistic outlook toward the future of their business after attending panels on topics from essential benefits to health care exchanges - topics that prepared them for any eventuality.

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