About the Course
Ethics both individually and throughout society set the benchmark for behavior that is morally right and good. Ethics also encompasses the mission, values, and principles of a profession. A Code of Ethics is used to measure individual and organizational performance against an established benchmark.
To address this important factor in health insurance sales, NABIP has created this course to educate professionals about ethical behavior and the inherent expectations for ethical behavior in their roles in their relationships with their clients and business resources. This course also includes a discussion of the potential ethical concerns created by the Affordable Care Act and the world of advancing technologies. Additionally, this course will satisfy most state requirements.
- The definition of ethics
- The factors that influence ethical behavior
- The three different types of rights and how each is justified and enforced
- The difference between moral obligations and role-specific moral obligations
- The characteristics of a profession
- The role-specific obligations of managed care organizations, medical care providers, insurance professionals, and insureds as both clients and patients
- The potential ethics concerns created by the Affordable Care Act
- The ethical concerns associated with advancing technologies
- What constitutes a Code of Ethics and why we have them
Continuing Education Credits
The Ethics in Business course has been filed for continuing education credits in all 50 states. Please check your state’s CE approval status and rules prior to purchasing the course.
Discounts are offered to NABIP Corporate Partners and company groups over 25. Please contact email@example.com for a quote.
Course instruction will be delivered through NABIP's Online Learning Institute. For everything you need to know from creating an account to purchasing and accessing your course to taking the final exam, click here to access the user guide.
REBC® Designation Requirement
The NABIP Ethics in Business course is a requirement of the Registered Employee Benefits Consultant® designation. Earning the REBC designation elevates your credibility as a professional and prepares you to best serve your clients. By completing the NABIP Ethics in Business course you will be one step closer to obtaining the designation. Click here to access more information about the REBC designation, including the learning objectives and curriculum.