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CARE in America+
start with Care + go from there
High-income earners can afford high premiums and high deductibles.
Medicaid makes them irrelevant for the poor.
Everyone in between – everyone in the middle – has a problem.
Middle-income earners may get company health benefits (and pay a part of the premiums), but they can’t afford the deductibles. So, they have insurance, but they don’t access care, until things get totally out of control. That’s where their problem becomes your problem, because all those out-of-control medical conditions are increasing the cost of your health plan.
People with excellent access to care stay healthier longer.
CARE in America Foundation Members start at that baseline - with guaranteed & unrestricted access to care – throughout the full range of care – primary care & specialists. Powerful.
And that’s just for starters.
Plans that include CARE in America go on from there, to squeeze out hidden taxes and administrative charges. So, your cost comes down by as much as 40%.
And your employees – all of them – are very, very happy.
Now, let’s re-imagine your company. It’s not just a conduit for sales. It’s a whole machine that is engineered to deliver maximum profit at lowest cost. And your health insurance plan ... It’s only one part of a larger life. Your health plan can only deliver maximal health at lowest cost if it is part of a broader program. Because it’s not what kind of insurance you have that gets you to the goal. It’s deploying insurance in its proper context that gets you there.
When you put care first, you can get insurance at a price Washington only wishes it had.
We can expand access to care for everyone – for those who can’t, and for those who don’t want to, pay high insurance premiums, co-pays, deductibles, and co-insurance percentages.
No hoops. No hurdles.
CARE in America+ makes your healthcare work better.
Founded in 1920 by General Motors, GMAC Insurance Group (General Motors Acceptance Corporation) was re-branded 'National General' in 2013 and is the only insurance company in the US to come out of the automotive industry.
Today, National General goes way beyond the auto industry, providing small- to mid-sized employers with health-benefit options previously only available to large employers - big business coverage options - with cost savings and hassle-free administration. NatGen is focused on innovation & excellence, in support of the private sector.