You’ve Successfully Navigated the Largest Healthcare Reform in U.S. History With Us — Now What?

So you’ve been with us since 2014. When it all started. What was “it?” The Affordable Care Act, more commonly known as Obamacare.

The ACA was the largest healthcare reform in U.S. history. From the opening of the exchanges, to navigating “tangled” physician networks, to explaining new available tax credits, to helping large employers navigate the employer mandate… we’ve helped hundreds-and-hundreds of policyholders navigate it all. Successfully.

Considering all of the “issues” you’ve heard about in the media during the roll-out of reform over the past five years, generally speaking, our policyholders have experienced a very smooth experience in a turbulent environment. So sit back, take a break, and relax. We’re happy to have you on-board, and thank you for being here.

Here’s what to know about what’s next: we’ll continue to be with you, as we move forward and navigate the future of healthcare in the United States.

This is our opinion: we believe the U.S. health coverage (ie: the health insurance environment) is going to continue to be a very complex marketplace in the future. There will probably continue to be legislative changes at the national level. There will probably continue to be legislative changes at the state levels. More than likely, new products will continue to evolve (ie: health insurance policies, account-based funding tools, etc).

Private insurance (and other private funding tools like Health Savings Accounts) will most likely continue to “integrate” with current and new government options. It will be very important to know and understand what is available, so you’re putting things together that make sense (both cost and coverage-wise), for yourself or your business.

We look forward to helping you with this, as we’ve helped so many policyholders navigate healthcare reform so far. You can count on to get you the most up-to-date, relevant information available in the industry. Contact us anytime if you’d like to visit with a consultant: Email: [email protected], general phone: 1(800) 617-0089, or chat with us online at with any general questions you have. We’ll put you in contact with an agent.

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