About Us

What is NAHU?

The National Association of Health Underwriters represents more than 100,000 licensed health insurance agents, brokers, general agents, consultants and benefit professionals through more than 200 chapters across America. NAHU members service the health insurance needs of large and small employers as well as people seeking individual health insurance coverage. Every day, NAHU members work to obtain insurance for clients who are struggling to balance their desire to purchase high-quality and comprehensive health coverage with the reality of rapidly escalating medical care costs. As such, one of NAHU's primary goals is to do everything we can to promote access to affordable health insurance coverage.

NAHU's Mission Statement

NAHU advocates for our members, provides professional development and delivers resources to promote excellence.

NAHU's Vision Statement

NAHU is the preeminent organization for health insurance and employee benefits professionals. 

NAHU's Code of Ethics

  • To hold the selling, service and administration of health insurance  and related products and services as a professional and public trust  and do all in my power to maintain its prestige.

  • To keep paramount the needs of those whom I serve.

  • To respect my clients' trust in me, and to never do anything which  would betray their trust or confidence.

  • To give all service possible when service is needed.

  • To present policies factually and accurately, providing all information  necessary for the issuance of sound insurance coverage to the public  I serve.

  • To use no advertising which I know may be false or misleading.

  • To consider the sale, service and administration of health insurance  and related products and services as a career, to know and abide by  the laws of any jurisdiction Federal and State in which I practice and  seek constantly to increase my knowledge and improve my ability to meet  the needs of my clients.

  • To be fair and just to my competitors, and to engage in no practices  which may reflect unfavorably on myself or my industry.

  • To treat prospects, clients and companies fairly by submitting applications  which reveal all available information pertinent to underwriting a policy.

  • To extend honest and professional conduct to my clients, associates,  fellow agents and brokers, and the company or companies whose products  I represent.