Vicki L. Madigan
Independent Benefits Consultant
Medicare Beneficiaries :: Individuals :: Families :: Businesses
I draw heavily upon my vast background in teaching to help present complex issues in a style that makes them easy to understand. Educated consumers are in much stronger positions to help structure healthcare coverage that meets their specific needs. Techniques developed for successful teaching meld easily with the concept of consultative selling and produce positive results.
Often, I come to realize that after assessing the needs of a client, their present coverage is best suited to provide them with the necessary benefits. In consultative sales, this gets chalked up as a success. I still keep in touch and advise them when changes in the laws may adversely affect their current status.
When it comes to healthcare insurance, the teacher must also be a student. I am constantly in classes, both in residence and online, keeping abreast of the multitude of new developments in the healthcare insurance specialty, especially as they relate to people relying on Medicare for primary coverage.
To best meet the needs of my clients, I have taken all available healthcare insurance and Medicare courses, passed comprehensive tests and qualified for all of the necessary licenses and certifications. I am licensed in Illinois and Wisconsin.
Along with my specific insurance related education, I have a BS in Education from Western Illinois University, and MS in Managerial Leadership from National-
My Continuing Education Credits include: Ethics, Fraud, Waste and Abuse; Healthcare Reform, Communicating with, and meeting the needs of Medicare recipients (ages 65 and older).
I have been married for 32 years and have two grown sons and four grandchildren. We all reside in the greater Chicagoland area.
“I am successful when
I help someone
to realize a sense of
security felt from
dependable and reliable
health insurance coverage.”
“It had long since come to my attention that people of accomplishment rarely sat back and let things happen to them. They went out and happened to things.”
― Leonardo da Vinci