National Assoc. of Health Underwriters

OSAHU Membership Chair
Theresa Clagg (Wormington)
P: (405) 388-4134

OKCAHU Membership Chair
Dana Nursick
P: (405) 249-4160

TAHU Membership Chair
Cindy Ramirez
P: tel

OSAHU Member Benefits

Benefits of Membership Top-Quality Representation
Each year, NAHU spends over $1,000,000 to present your interests before Congress and regulatory agencies. NAHU employs an outstanding team of experienced professionals to ensure that your needs come first.

When NAHU Talks, Congress Listens
Do you talk to Congress? If you’re not a NAHU member, chances are, you’re not being heard. By joining NAHU, you join 17,000+ health insurance professionals, making you part of the most effective voice in the industry.

Information Straight from the Source
By joining NAHU, you guarantee your access to the most valuable resources available to health insurance professionals. The representation and information your NAHU membership provides keep you on the cutting edge, making your business easier to manage.

Health Insurance Underwriter magazine
Our monthly magazine offers timely articles and information about industry news and developments, plus monthly columns that provide news and analysis of legislative developments at the national and state level.

Network with Your Peers
Don’t underestimate the power of networking. Local, state and national meetings all give you the chance to meet health insurance professionals just like you. You’ll find thousands of people waiting to do business and share information with you.

NAHU is your one-stop educational source. Local and state chapter meetings feature excellent speakers or seminars, and frequently provide continuing education credits at little or no cost to members.
Professional Development

Member Discount Programs
With over 17,000 members, NAHU negotiates discounts on many essential services.
NAHU offers discounts on the following products and services:
NAHU Member Discounts

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