"Eastbridge helped us realize that the success we were seeing was nothing compared to the opportunity, and then they showed us how to get there. From which distributor types to work with, to how to organize our team all the way through to administrative readiness and messaging to the market…they were indispensable to our efforts. As a result we have achieved over 147% YOY growth in our first quarter of sales since relaunching our efforts. They are and will continue to be an extension of our team"
"Your reports are great. They are the best we've seen in the industry."
"We are doing great. It is amazing how quickly things are ramping up—and so much fun! We owe it all to you.”
“I cannot thank you enough for your guidance and expertise in helping us develop our voluntary business strategy.”
The major voluntary/worksite carriers have come to depend on Eastbridge. Of the top twenty-five insurers, twenty-one are both consulting and research clients.
The percentage of respondents expecting to acquire more new groups in 2014 was 91 percent in the year-end Voluntary Industry Confidence Index survey for 2013. That was an increase from the 87 percent at mid-year 2013 and 88 percent at year-end 2012, and the highest percentage reported since the study’s inception in 2005.
The report examines the voluntary dental market, in general, and provides general information on carrier results, competitors, trends, and concerns regarding the market. Then the report looks at the voluntary dental products of 14 carriers.
Amid the changes and challenges of health care reform, the voluntary market increased sales in 2012.
What products do you sell when you offer voluntary products?
Bundles might refer to product combinations, some with pricing and/or underwriting concessions. But at a voluntary carrier level, bundles also refer to the attempt to combine products, billing, administration and enrollment into a single (hopefully seamless) package.