Off Health Exchange Plans Launches National Radio Campaign

Palm Beach, Florida (PRWEB) June 03, 2014

Off Health Exchange, (OHEP), announces the launch of its National radio campaign aimed at bring awareness to the nearly 45 Million active consumers that do not have health insurance and missed open enrollment.

Off health exchange plans .com is launching the national Radio campaign on the heels of its recent success and roll out of off exchange health plans .com. The message is simple if you missed open enrollment you can still get coverage at Off Health Exchange

A recent survey conducted by Enroll America a nonprofit group formed to help the administration enroll people says that almost 60 percent of uninsured people cited cost as the number one reason. The plans are simply un-affordable, even with the subsidies. Off health exchange specifically tackles the cost issue.

Its unbelievable the number of people that either missed open enrollment or still remain without health coverage said Peter Colon president of Access Insurance USA. The notion that we can have every single uninsured American enroll in a health insurance plan only once a year is unrealistic and places undue constrains on individuals and a process that otherwise was open and available all year round.

Americans still need and deserve access to affordable health insurance coverage options, regardless of what time of year it is. Peter Colon went on to say imagine only being able to buy auto insurance or get married once a year sounds crazy however this is the current situation.

The ACA has offered some relief through a Q.L.E. a qualifying life event such as a divorce, marriage, relocation or suffered a job loss. If none of these examples fit you off exchange health Plans .com options includes short term plans. This type of plan typically saves consumers as much as 60 percent in premium costs. Saving people money and bridging the time until open enrollment reopens.

The Radio campaign is aimed at educating consumers and small business owners in States that have low enrollment numbers such Texas , Illinois, Virginia, Georgia, Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, Colorado, Tennessee, and Louisiana.

Off Health Exchange works with individuals, families and small business owners navigating the complex universe of health Insurance choices and providing solutions.

For more information visit or call 1 800 256 5387

About Off Health Exchange

Off health exchange plans .com is digital property that works closely with private carriers, administrators and Market experts to identify Health Insurance solutions that meet the needs of all Americans. OHEP is committed to providing ongoing advocacy and educational services to tackle complex choices and decisions todays health Insurance consumers face.

About Access Insurance USA LLC

Access Insurance USA is a leading innovator in the design and delivery of insurance products for todays consumers. In addition to offering access through a broad portfolio of over 180 private carrier plans Access Insurance USA services consumers in 48 States through its network of licensed professional agents. Access Insurance USA is a fully licensed insurance agency with its principal offices in Palm Beach, Florida.


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877 292 2995 ext. 377

National Employee Benefits Advisor Welcomes New Regional Sales Manager to Omaha Office

Appleton, WI (PRWEB) October 30, 2013

Headquartered in Appleton, Wisconsin, with four other locations throughout the United States, Cypress Benefit Administrators has named Julie Kohanek, RHU, as the new regional sales manager for its Omaha location.

Kohanek is a registered health underwriter who brings 27 years of diverse industry experience to her role with the third party administrator (TPA). Much of her knowledge and experience relate to Cypresss core business functions of employee benefits administration, self-funded account management and ongoing benefit planning and evaluation. As regional sales manager, she will be responsible for overseeing the business development efforts and sales and marketing strategy for the Midwest territory of Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas and South Dakota.

In her latest position at an Omaha-based company, Kohanek specialized as an agent and consultant in the areas of life and health insurance as well as property and casualty. Prior to that, she spent 17 years working with Mutual of Omaha where she managed several self-funded accounts on a national level.

Kohanek is a graduate of the University of Nebraska at Omaha with a degree in economics and political science.

Tom Doney, president and CEO of Cypress, said Kohanek will be a wonderful addition. Julie brings a great variety of skills and expertise to this position, along with a solid understanding of how the self-funded world operates. He added, I believe she will be an excellent leader at our Omaha office. Our whole team is excited to welcome her aboard.

A privately held company headquartered in Appleton, Wis., Cypress Benefit Administrators has been pioneering the way toward cost containment in self-funded health benefits since 2000. The third party administrator (TPA) is the countrys first to bring claims administration, consumer driven health plans and proven cost control measures together into one package for companies ranging from 50 employees to thousands of employees. It serves employer-clients across the U.S. with additional locations in Portland and Salem, Ore., Omaha, Neb. and Colorado Springs, Col. For more information on Cypress and its customized employee benefits, visit

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Athletico Athletic Trainers Educate and Fundraise in Support of National Athletic Training Month

Oak Brook, IL (PRWEB) February 28, 2013

Throughout the month of March, Midwest-based Athletico Physical Therapy will celebrate the work of athletic trainers and support National Athletic Training Month with the following education and fundraising initiatives.

Student-Athlete Education

Athletic trainers (ATs) are healthcare professionals who specialize in the prevention, evaluation, immediate care, and rehabilitation of injuries. Athletico staffs over 170 athletic trainers in 80 high schools and colleges throughout Illinois, Wisconsin, and Indiana. Athletico ATs will educate student-athletes and staff on the roles and responsibilities of ATs, as well as the ways in which Every Body Needs an Athletic Trainer, the National Athletic Training Month message.

Facebook Photo Campaign

Athletico will spread the Every Body Needs an Athletic Trainer message through unique photos submitted by its ATs of different groups of people (professional athletes, student athletes, staff, etc.) holding the National Athletic Training Month banner. The public will get a chance to vote on Facebook for the best photo among the top 10 photos selected by Athleticos AT management team. Visit the Athletico Facebook page at

Chicago Hornets Sled Hockey Team Fundraising Events

This will be Athleticos sixth year fundraising for the Chicago Hornets Sled Hockey Team, a sled hockey team for youth 20 years and younger with a physical disability who wish to play hockey. The Hornets’ mission is to provide kids with physical disabilities the opportunity, at no cost, to learn and enjoy the game of hockey. Over the past five years Athleticos athletic trainers have raised nearly $ 30,000 for the Hornets. Proceeds for the following events will go to the Chicago Hornets Sled Hockey Team, part of the Amateur Hockey Association of Illinois, a 501-c3 organization.

Charity sled hockey game featuring Athleticos athletic trainers competing against the Hornets Sled Hockey Team. The charity sled hockey event is open to the public. Following the game, fans are invited to stay and watch the Chicago Steel play Team USA.
Saturday, March 30, 2013 – 4:50 p.m. to 6:20 p.m.

The Edge Ice Arena

735 Jefferson Street in Bensenville, Illinois

Employee Jeans Day Fundraiser
Prize Raffle to win such items as an iPad Mini, Chicago Bulls tickets, and a signed Chicago Blackhawks hockey stick

City Proclamations

Athletico ATs will be working with town and city officials to help recognize the profession of athletic training in our local communities with proclamations in honor of National Athletic Training Month.

For further information on Athleticos National Athletic Training Month initiatives or to profile one of Athleticos certified athletic trainers, please contact Carol Czaplicki at 630.575.6220 or cczaplicki(at)athletico(dot)com.


Athletico Physical Therapy provides orthopedic rehabilitation services to communities and organizations throughout Illinois, Wisconsin, and Indiana. To demonstrate our commitment to both our patients and referring physicians, we measure functional patient outcomes and patient satisfaction with national data comparison using a third-party outcomes system.

Our services include physical and occupational/hand therapy, work rehabilitation, performing arts rehabilitation, womens health therapy, pediatric physical therapy, vestibular rehabilitation, and athletic training. Expanded services include performance enhancement, fitness center memberships, golf fitness, endurance, nutrition, and massage therapy.

Athletico accepts all major insurance carriers and participates with many local provider networks. As a courtesy to our patients, we verify insurance and communicate a quote of therapy benefits from your insurance carrier. Please contact our Billing Center at 630-575-6250 if you have any questions.

Athletico Toll-Free Injury Hotline 877-ATHLETICO (1-877-284-5384)

AthletiCo Celebrates National Athletic Training Month with Ten Ways Athletic Trainers Save Lives

Oak Brook, IL (PRWEB) March 01, 2012

Asthma, allergies, and diabetic care. These might not be the first thoughts that come to mind when someone thinks of athletic trainers, but these are all conditions that athletic trainers are trained in and prepared to handle related to medical emergencies. March is National Athletic Training Month, and Midwest-based AthletiCo Physical and Occupational Therapy wants to reinforce the National Athletic Trainers Associations message that Athletic Trainers Save Lives.

According to Safe Kids USA, more than 38 million children and adolescents participate in sports each year. Athletic trainers provide athletes with quick access to injury care and assure better results, which lead to a better quality of life. In addition to orthopedic injury prevention and care, here are ten situations that demonstrate how athletic trainers save lives and keep athletes (and fans) safe and healthy.