COVID-19 Update: Continuing to support our friends in healthcare

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In light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, we wanted to express our gratitude for our clients and friends in the healthcare community who are leading our nation through these uncertain times. We’ve always felt it was an honor to work with individuals who have dedicated their lives to medicine. Today, as we watch you rise to the challenge of managing the outbreak, we feel this more than ever. 

 

We wanted to assure you that we’re still here to help in whatever way we can. Just as your top priority is to provide the best care possible, it’s our top priority to provide you with unmatched service. We are happy to speak with our plan participants who might have questions about market fluctuation and how to best handle their distribution options. We’re here to help administrators who are searching for ways to stabilize budgets and stay on track with their long-term goals. Feel free to reach out to our team to schedule a call or virtual meeting. 

 

We look forward to a time when we can get on the road again and visit you all in person. Until then, know that we will continue to support you in your quest for excellence in healthcare. 

 

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