With healthcare regulation in a constant flux, benefit brokers are eager to influence legislative decisions that impact their daily workload, as well as that of their clients. But experts agree, there is a right and a wrong way to go about making sure broker voices are heard in Washington, D.C.

The complexity of healthcare means advisers have a lot of educating and groundwork to lay, panelists said during the National Association of Health Underwriters’ annual legislative conference this week.

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