Health insurance is a big topic these days for many people. The affordability factor weighs in quite heavily when you consider that many people just can’t afford to take care of themselves. Troy McQuagge, CEO of US Health Group understands this crisis very well. He has been involved with the healthcare insurance industry for over 30 years. His sales experience has given him a unique insight into the needs of his customers.
When McQuagge came to US Health Group Inc as one of their advisors in 2010 he gained an even better understanding of customers’ needs in regards to health insurance. He credits his mentors and co-workers for helping resolve the healthcare affordability crisis with innovative and creative solutions. He cites that his teams of healthcare insurance experts are the ones that foster the atmosphere that have garnered their company their recent One Planet award.
US Health Group Inc is dedicated to helping self-employed and small business owners find the right health coverage for their healthcare needs. Small business owners appreciate the fact that healthcare policies are affordable enough for them to cover their employees and read full article.
McQuagge was nominated for the 2016 CEO of the Year award due to his diligence in turning around US Health Group’s capital distribution and by retooling the advisors’ protocol to reflect the changing market and learn more about Troy.
The main pain point he realized early on was that the health insurance policies that US Health Group was promoting didn’t really fit their customer base. For him and for many of his colleagues it was important that the customers receive the health coverage they need at an affordable cost. His determination to correct but also encourage colleague and employee input into the healthcare industry was one of the driving forces in helping US Health achieve the profitability it has achieved and Troy of Facebook.
US Health Group has succeeded in its goal to help its customers with superior customer service by listening to their customers’ needs.