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Welcome to IAHU!


IAHU is the State of Idaho chapter of the National Association of Health Underwriters (NAHU), which represents more than 100,000 licensed health insurance agents, brokers, consultants and benefit professionals across America.  Our membership consists of local agents, producers, company representatives, and other insurance professionals.  Our members are dedicated to helping meet the health, financial, and retirement security needs of all Americans. 

Our vision is that through the services of insurance professionals, every Idahoan will understand and have access to private sector solutions for health, financial and retirement security needs.

- Idaho Health Exchange Alliance - Keep It In Idaho!
- Alliance Release

 

- 2014 IAHU Sponsorship Applications

 

 

- Brokers Making A Difference - click link

- NAHU's Janet Trautwein - Testimony on MLR before Congress
 

-  Visit National Association Website!
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President's Message - October 2014
By
Ryan Heider - IAHU President 

 

 

I have had the opportunity this past month to visit each of the local chapters of our state association.  During those visits, I was impressed with several things that stood out to me.   In Eastern Idaho they have great leadership, with several past presidents staying involved by serving on their board and supporting their local chapter.  In Northern Idaho they had great participation from their members, and they have strong support from their board.  In Treasure Valley they put on a half day event with some very pressing topics, and they provided four hours of continuing education for their members.  They too, have great leadership from their board.  In Southern Idaho they had a town hall meeting, and continue to reach out to the public and invite them to attend. Their board is engaged, and trying to make a difference. 


Although each of these local chapters vary in size and make up, they all had something in common.  They are each maintained and strengthened by individuals who are willing to get involved.  People, who take time out of their busy schedules to serve and help others.  That is what I love about our IAHU association, and that is why I want to be associated with people like you.