Group Health Insurance
Tennessee Group Health Insurance
Give Your Group Health Policy Another Look
You may be paying too much for group health insurance as a Tennessee business owner, or you might not have adequate coverage. If you have fewer than 50 employees, you may not even need to offer your employees health insurance as long as you fall under the federally mandated limit.
Nevertheless, you also must consider the competitive market for your skilled workers. If you do not offer your employees health insurance, and another company is willing to, you may lose the ability to attract and keep excellent employees. Many good workers may choose another job over yours just for the health insurance benefit.
If you don’t want to lose your best employees in a competitive market but are also concerned about the affordability of group health care, then read on.
Veritas: Your Tennessee Group Health Insurance Expert
This ever-changing economy calls for a continual reassessment of your health insurance provider. Is the coverage you are offering your employees the best for your money? At Veritas, our awesome team will work with you every step of the way to ensure that you are getting the most for your money. From deductibles to the physician network to coverages offered, we will help you choose the programs that work best for your business and employees.
We are also dedicated to working with Tennessee business owners through the ever-changing healthcare industry by staying continually updated on new federal laws and regulations. In these turbulent times and on this changing health insurance landscape, you need to review your group health policy every year. Call the insurance experts at Veritas Risk Management today to talk to one of our awesome team members about your health insurance options. Don’t have time to pick up the phone? Click on the chat button on the bottom right, or click to get a quote by filling out our short form. One of our team members will contact you within one business day to complete your free, no-risk quote!