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January 6 – Zoom program Massachusetts – The Medical Industrial Complex (28 Mass credits)

January 6, 2021 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm


28 credit package: Lecture + 2 self study exams

Wednesday January 6 at 10:00 on Zoom. We will email the Zoom link to registered participants on January 5.

45 minute lecture
The Medical Industrial Complex and Your Clients

Gary Fradin will introduce the Medical Industrial Complex to explain why our attempts to control medical spending  fall short. He will then outline realistic steps brokers can take to reduce their client’s unnecessary healthcare spending.

After the lecture, take the 2 Self Study exams below.
You must read the texts in advance. You will not be permitted to take the exams otherwise. Available from amazon.com

  • An American Sickness by Elisabeth Rosenthal, Mass course #C93469, 19 credits, available from amazon.com.
  • The Quality Cure by David Cutler, Mass course #C59932, 9 credits available from amazon.com.

Take the exams on this website after the lecture on January 6, about 15 +/- minutes each. Graded immediately. Retakes available as necessary. Registered participants will get detailed exam access instructions by email on January 5.

Massachusetts has waived the Proctor requirement for CE exams during the Covid period.  Simply fill in your own name and job title as Proctor on the various exam forms.

Money back guarantee: We will refund your money if, for any reason, you are not satisfied with this program. This offer extends up to the time we report your credits.

Ethics self study exam on Health Insurance Broker Disclosure Ethics I (3 credits) available for $39.95.Text available on www.HealthInsuranceCE.com under Gary’s Texts after you login.



January 6, 2021
10:00 am - 12:00 pm


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Gary Fradin


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January 6 program
$ 299.00