4 Helpful Podcasts for Busy Insurance Agents

You may not always have the time to read about what is going on in insurance, but you can listen!
The latest hot topics are being discussed right now and it would be helpful if we all learn from these events.

The versatility of podcasts is what makes them so popular, especially among busy agents. You can choose from a variety topics and listen while doing chores or driving around town- it’s perfect for those who want information on the insurance industry but don’t have time during their workday!

Healthcare Happy Hour

The Healthcare Happy Hour podcast is a weekly wrap-up that summarizes the week’s top issues in health care politics and policy. Hosted by National Association of Health Underwriters (NAHU), this 20 minute listen will keep you up to date on potential changes which could affect your book business.

The Next Big Thing in Health

The Next Big Thing in Health is an entertaining podcast hosted by AHIP’s CEO, Matt Eyles and former Fox 5 Washington D.C anchor Laura Evans who interview experts about what they think America should be focusing on to improve healthcare for all Americans

With COVID-19 changing the way we interact with our health care system, it’s important to stay knowledgeable and on top of what’s going around. With Highmark CEO David Holmberg coming this month about how Omicron variant affects everyone in a recent episode discussing several different topics from vaccine hesitancy or even just mental illness–the latest news is always right here at your fingertips!

You can listen to The Next Big Thing in Health on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean, Stitcher, Spotify, or Soundcloud.

The Regulators

The candid conversations between the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) CEO, Mike Consedine and state insurance regulators break down some important issues facing consumers today.

There are three seasons of content to check out featuring conversations with Pennsylvania Insurance Commissioner, Jessica Altman, and Washington State Commissioner, Mike Kreidler.

You can listen to The Regulators on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean, and Spotify


Mass General’s Charged podcast is “devoted to uncovering the stories of the relentless daily pursuit at Mass General to break boundaries and provide exceptional care.”

New episodes are released every other week featuring health experts weighing in on a wide variety of medical topics including HIV care, the latest ALS research, physician burnout, and health care inequality. You can listen to Charged in your favorite podcast app. Click here to subscribe to Charged.