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September 30 – Class cancelled

September 30, 2021

This class is cancelled. Contact Gary Fradin gfradin@HealthInsuranceCE.com for additional information.

Gary will be out of the office and unavailable by email from Sept 25 – 30.

The information below is for reference only.



45 credit package including ethics! Lecture + 3 self study exams

45 minute lecture Why Healthcare Reforms Fail 

Gary Fradin will explore why the reforms since 2000 leave 30 million Americans without health insurance, have not increased American life expectancies and have not reduced medical spending.

After the lecture, take the 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

  • Reinventing American Healthcare by Ezekiel Emanuel, Mass course #C20083, 14 credits, available from amazon.com.
  • The Trillion Dollar Revolution by Ezekiel Emanuel and Abbe Gluck, Mass course #C11381, 22 credits, available from amazon.com
  • Health Ins Broker Ethics I, Mass course #C60661, 9 ethics credits. Available on this website under Gary’s Texts after you login.

Take the exams on this website after the lecture on  September 30, about 45 +/- minutes each. Graded immediately. Retakes available as necessary. You will receive detailed exam access instructions a day before class.

* Most brokers need 45 credits every 3 years. New brokers need 60. To get 16 more credits, add Mistreated by Richard Pearl, Mass CE course #93761, 16 credits, available from amazon.com for an additional $149. Excess credits carry forward to your next license period.

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


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September 30, 2021


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