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Aug. 17, 2007: Service Roundtable Offers Guaranteed Health Care Coverage for Members

August 17, 2007
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DALLAS - The Service Roundtable has partnered with leading health care providers to help solve the challenge of affordable health care. The program, administered by one of the nation’s largest insurance brokerage firms, covers all 50 states and offers a range of plans, including medical, dental, vision, and prescription drugs. Service Roundtable members have guaranteed acceptance for basic coverage.

“As the manager of a small, growing company,” said Matt Michel, CEO, Service Roundtable, “I’ve lived with the challenges posed in finding good health care coverage. It’s hard to find. It’s expensive. And researching it is a distraction.”

According to Service Roundtable, contractors interested in offering health care for their families, employees, and employees’ families can tailor a plan to meet their exact needs and budgets. Leading, nationally known health insurance professionals, including Assurant and AIG/American General, among others, provide the insurance coverage.

“Health coverage helps in employee recruiting and retention. Good coverage stabilizes a labor force because employees receiving regular health care have better attendance and are less distracted when family members become ill, worrying how they will pay the bills,” observed Michel. “Moreover, offering health care for people is the right thing to do. Too many contractors go bare.”

For more information, contact Liz Patrick at liz@serviceroundtable.com or call 877-262-3341.

Service Roundtable is an independent contractor alliance serving the HVAC and plumbing industries. For more information, visit www.serviceroundtable.com.

Publication date: 08/13/2007

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