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TIA to Offer New Health Insurance Solution

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TIA will offer a health insurance solution to its members through an alliance with The Association Benefits Solution (TABS).

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“TIA has been exploring solutions to the health insurance dilemma for quite some time. We believe TABS unique solution may be a great option for many of our members. We anticipate significant savings and improved coverage for those who participate,” said Roy Littlefield, TIA executive vice president.

With the program, TIA members will be able to choose between two provider networks – Cigna and Aetna. A comprehensive suite of products including dental, vision, disability and life are also available, according to TIA.

Additionally, participants will gain access to information and consultation on health care reform, and streamlined administration of eligibility, billing, and enrollment, TIA said.  Employers who have a positive plan year will also be able to roll residual premium dollars to the next year.

Those interested in learning more about the TIA/TABS solution and the Affordable Care Act, may attend a free webinar Sept. 24 at 2 p.m.  Participants may register at https://www4.gotowebinar.com/register/751558167.

TABS is a unit of National General Insurance and is an employee benefits insurers focused on associations and affinity groups. The TABS program currently serves roughly 300 businesses.

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To learn more, contact Jeff Crumrine, TABS senior account executive at [email protected] or (336) 435-8691.

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