Medicare Referral Program
Lets face it, most agents don’t want to deal with the hassles and fees ($5000+) that come with getting licensed and certified to sell Medicare plans in all 50 states…
But what happens when your EXISTING Medicare client moves to a state where you aren’t licensed?
We understand, and that’s why we created our Medicare Referral Program.
You solidify your relationship with your client by sending them to a Medicare expert and you get paid for it, hassle free.
Note: This program is specifically for Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplement, and Prescription Drug Plans.
Please contact Elisha Brewer, Referral Program Manager, with any questions.
Referral Program Manager
Referral Agent’s Guide
What Will I Be Compensated?
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) sets the maximum referral payments at:
$150 – Medicare Supplement
$100 – Medicare Advantage
$25 – Prescription Drug Plan
* High Deductible Plan F and G pay $75
* Life insurance and Under 65 market products are not available at this time.
Who Should I Tell My Client to Expect to Speak With?
We have a great team located in house at our home office in Noblesville, Indiana that handles all Medicare referrals. They have years of experience, so your client will be well taken care of. Our team member will identify themselves as working with “The Medicare Family”, and they will reference the Referral agent’s name so there is no confusion with who we are. All our calls come from a (317) area code.
What Carriers Does Gordon Marketing Offer to My Client?
We are proud to work with some of the best-known and respected names in the industry. Many times, the most competitive plans are United Healthcare, Anthem, Humana, Aetna, Cigna, Mutual of Omaha, and Wellcare (Centene).
What Product Lines Does Gordon Marketing Offer My Client?
Our Medicare Referral Program is trained to be able to offer the following product lines to your client:
– Medicare Advantage Plans
– Prescription Drug Plans
– Medicare Supplement Plans
– Dental / Vision / Hearing Plans
– Hospital Indemnity coverage
– Cancer / Critical Illness Plans
How Does the Gordon Marketing Selling Agent Determine the Plan for My Client?
The success of our business depends on both you and your client’s satisfaction. We do everything in our power to provide exceptional services and find the Medicare plan that best meets their needs and budget. We begin by performing a needs analysis for your client to determine which product would be the best fit. We then research the most competitive plans in their area based on their specific situation and then we make an educated decision on which plan to recommend.
Can I Remain on the Phone with My Client to Ensure They Are Being Serviced by the Gordon Marketing Agent?
Unfortunately, you cannot remain on the phone as the Gordon Marketing Agent is speaking with your client. In fact, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) doesn’t allow for the referring agent to be present in the same room/office or on the phone unless you have completed all the required certifications and training in order to be compliant.
Can You Arrange An In-Person Meeting With My Client?
Unfortunately, we can only speak with your client over the phone (unless they reside in the Indianapolis area). Although we have agents all across the country, we would not be able to coordinate referral payments from that many different parties. If you client refuses to do business over the phone, please contact your Marketer to see if they can arrange a local agent, just know that you will have to coordinate a referral payment directly with that agent.
How Can I Be Sure the Gordon Marketing Selling Agent Will Not Cross Sell Other Products to My client?
We take this very seriously and promise not to cross sell / replace any plans that you have sold the client. Any issues will be resolved in favor of the referring agent.
Do I have to be licensed to participate in the Medicare Sales Referral Program?
No, you do NOT have to hold a health license to participate in the Medicare Sales Referral Program, nor do you have to be AHIP certified, complete any carrier training, or hold any non-resident state licenses.