Which cites would be lucrative for health brokers? A list emerged based on cities with at least 50 large health plans, the expected fees and commissions brokers receive on those plans and the adjusted mean income of those cities. Cincinnati came in at No. 18 with 278 large health policies—the most of any city in the top 20—and median brokers compensation of $22, 517. Long Beach, Calif., No. 13, is the only city on the West Coast to make the top 20 with 57 health policies and $25,883 in compensation. Several Washington, D.C. suburbs made the list including Rockville, Md. (No. 16); Alexandria, Va. (No. 14); Reston, Va. (No. 12).
Byron Allen is the group's new vice chair.
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An agent from Guardian will lead the combined organization's board.
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