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NFIB unveils new insurance options for members

The National Federation of Independent Businesses has started a new program designed to provide its 350,000 members easier access to personal health insurance plans.

The program is a partnership between NFIB, a small business advocacy group, and health insurance provider UnitedHealthCare. It will be administered by UnitedHealthOne Agency, an affiliate of United HealthCare.

Health insurance options include co-pay plans, which are similar to traditional employer-sponsored coverage, lower-cost high deductible plans and health savings account plans Dental, vision, critical illness and disability insurance will be offered to NFIB members. The plans are underwritten by UnitedHealthCare’s Golden Rule Insurance Company.

“The new program provides access to personal health insurance options for small business owners that fit individual budgets and offer a network of quality health providers,” said Mark Garzone, senior vice president of marketing for NFIB, in a press release.

“Working together with the UnitedHealthOne Agency, we can now give our members easier access to quality, affordable individual insurance plans that give small business owners and their families the choices they want and the coverage they need.”

NFIB members interested in more information on the new program can visit nfib.com/unitedhealthone or call 888-280-3511.


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