Tim Isenhower is a Hickory, N.C.-based furniture manufacturer and the director of benefits at HSM Solutions actually pioneered the program of providing opportunities for its employees to go overseas to receive the medical care that they need. He introduced the medical tourism concept to its employees 6 years back which at first was not positively accepted by them. Interestingly, as an incentive, Tim and HSM Solutions, has offered to cover 100% of all the expenses, including the cost of travel for the employee and a companion, and even pay a bonus of 20% of the savings the company. Find out more how Tim and his company have help self-insured employees receive the medical healthcare that the need.
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In This Episode, You’ll Learn
- How Tim and his company has provided opportunities to their employees to travel abroad to receive the healthcare they need.
- About the incentive they offer their employees which covers 100% of all the expenses and even share 20% of the company’s savings as a medical bonus.
- About what countries they primarily have or undergo procedures
- How Tim works in association with other companies to provide medical assistance to its employees
- How this medical benefit to employees has given a big boost to the company’s productivity
- The types of surgeries his employees usually receive
- About the tips he suggested for patients who want to receive treatments and for people who want work in the same field.
- Tim Isenhower’s company website
- IndUS Health – the company that Tim associates with who works with employees or individuals who are underinsured
- Tim’s interview at ABC News
The Onwards Medical Breakthrough
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