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Limelight Health Launches New Website, New Technology Tools for Health Insurance Agents

Redwood City, CA, August 21, 2014 --(PR.com)-- QuotePad™ - The First All-in-One Quote Engine for Health Insurance Agents

Limelight Health, a healthcare technology company (www.limelighthealth.com) that creates mobile technology solutions for health insurance agents, has announced their new website and brand identity. The new website features QuotePad, a cloud-based SaaS quote engine. Created by experts in both mobile technology and health insurance, Limelight offers agents innovative tools to help individual and small business owners make sense of their employee health insurance options.

“The healthcare marketplace is in a state of transition with new laws, exchange options and a complex set of systems and rules. Our mission is to help agents, small business owners, and consumers streamline their insurance benefits process and easily choose the best plan, customized to their business needs,” said Jason T. Andrew, co-founder and Limelight CEO.

Using mobile technology to eliminate paper driven processes
QuotePad, is the first live, all-in-one quote engine that provides a quick, real-time platform to quote and compare employee health benefits information. Using QuotePad from a desktop or mobile device, agents can compare thousands of health insurance plans, quote both exchange and non-exchange plans, calculate costs with subsidies for individual consumers and help employers find affordable coverage and adjust their contributions for popular tax-advantaged plans (HSA and HRA). The proprietary technology is private-labeled allowing agents to personalize with their company logo and branding.

“Health insurance is still complex and licensed agents have enormous demands to help their clients understand the complex new law and their options. With our technology, they can do this quickly and also help clients avoid costly fines and penalties for not complying with the law,” said Michael Lujan, co-founder and Limelight Health Chief Sales Officer.

QuotePad is available now by a limited pre-order offer. Customers can register at www.limelighthealth.com or call 877-897-5005. QuotePad is currently available only in California with more states and features being added by the end of the year.

About Limelight Health
Limelight Health is headquartered in California’s Silicon Valley and founded by health insurance experts and former insurance agents with prior success in enterprise mobile technology. Limelight Health offers mobile, cloud-based technology that enables enterprise agencies and insurance agents to simplify complex employee health benefits information and streamlines the proposal, decision & renewal process.

Founded in February 2014, Limelight closed their seed round of funding in June and is represented by White Summers Caffee & James, LLP, Silicon Valley law firm and tech startup strategist.

Contact Information:
Limelight Health
Amber Moore
650-346-2031
Contact via Email
limelighthealth.com

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