Helpful Links

  • www.NAHU.org – NAHU, or The National Association of Health Underwriters, is a national organization that has the most up to date legislative information regarding healthcare reform. 
  • http://slahu.org – SLAHU or St. Louis Association of Health Underwriters, is the St. Louis Chapter of NAHU.
  • http://insurance.mo.gov/ & http://difp.mo.gov/– Missouri Department of Insurance home page.
  • www.medicare.gov – Medicare’s web site. You can research any Medicare plan offered in Missouri.
  • http://www.cms.hhs.gov – Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). Here you will find regulations, research, Medicaid information and more.
  • http://insurance.mo.gov/reports/complaint/compindx.htm – Missouri Division of Insurance’s access to the complaint index. If the Department of Insurance receives a complaint about a carrier, it is tallied here. You cannot view the actual complaints, but you can see if a carrier has a good or bad score. Any score under 100 is considered fair. The lower the score, the better.
  • https://www.medicare.gov/pubs/pdf/10050-Medicare-and-you.pdf – Medicare and You 2019. This publication from Medicare explains how Medicare covers benefits.  This is sent to you each fall for the following year.
  • https://www.cms.gov/Medicare/CMS-Forms/CMS-Forms/CMS-Forms-List.html – Get the best service from Medicare. This site gives you access and/or information for many CMS forms.
  • https://bookstore.gpo.gov/agency/1008 – Purchase Social Security publications from the government bookstore
  • https://www.usa.gov/explore/ – USA Gov is the federal program that guides you to tips and tools in English and in Spanish from hundreds of government agencies, departments, and programs. Find information Online, by phone or chat, and in print.
  • http://insurance.mo.gov/consumers/complaints/index.php – You have the right to complain if an insurance agent is calling you or knocking on your door without your permission.  This link takes you to the Missouri Department of Insurance Complaint Online Form.  We can also supply you with a paper copy if you can’t download it or find it.
  • www.MesotheliomaGuide.com – Mesothelioma is a rare cancer and very few treat it. The average latency period that mesothelioma takes to develop is anywhere from 20-40 years. Since this period is so long, mesothelioma usually affects older adults in their 60’s and 70’s. This guide  specializes in connecting patients with doctors and treatment options that are best suited for them. Their services and resources are 100% free to patients and family members.
  • www.MesotheliomaVeterans.org – USA Veterans account for 30% of all malignant mesothelioma diagnoses, caused by asbestos exposure. This organization has helped hundreds of Vets receive VA benefits, find treatment options and access financial compensation.