Why Work with a Local Broker - Compass Insurance Advisors
  • There are many benefits of working with a local health insurance broker. Give us a call or find an agent near you HERE.

    No Extra Costs – The price of your health insurance plan is legally regulated, so you will find the same premium no matter where you shop. Working with a Compass advisor means you can get personalized help at no extra cost. 

    Online Quoting – Our process is simple and transparent and can show all top options in your area.

    Side-By-Side Comparison – Our advisors will help you understand your options in an easy to read, side by side comparison. 

    Plan Analysis – Our plan analysis software makes it easy to see which plan will be the most cost effective in a variety of situations. We can analyze your plan options assuming you have a lot of health bills or just a few. You can see the cross-over point of where one plan becomes more cost effective than the other.

    Professional Guide – Your Compass advisor will analyze your unique situation and needs to guide you in the process of choosing a plan.

    Long Term Relationship – Our agents will help with payments, pending documents, claims questions, etc. You won’t get this level of support buying your insurance through an online quote engine or call center.

    Quarterly Review – Our agents check in at least quarterly to make sure you are happy with your plan and that all of your questions are answered.

    Local Agent – Our agents are local and can meet online, over the phone or face to face. 

    Resolve Marketplace Issues – We can fix a pending application or help you navigate any additional requirements. Don’t deal with the healthcare marketplace alone.


    Schedule Consult Anytime – Our agents are available to text, call, email, or you can schedule an appointment directly on their calendar at a time that is convenient for you.

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