Healthcare Solution for Freelancers Plays ‘Huge Role’ for All Americans as Laws Change

The Access Organization (T.A.O.) just announced its plan to accommodate at least one million new members over the next three months.

If you’re not familiar, T.A.O. provides a non-insurance health program that aggregates nine healthcare services into one package.

The program includes Telemedicine, a Health Advocate, a Medication Advocacy Program (MAP), and six discount networks for dental, vision, hearing, prescription, diabetic supply, and vitamins.

28.2 million Americans were uninsured in the first nine months of 2016 according to the National Center for Health Statistics. Now at least 24 million people may lose their insurance over the next decade according to the Congressional Budget Office.

We’re told that “the Access Organization was created to provide an affordable healthcare solution” says Vince Prezioso, CEO and Co-Founder. “We feel that we’ve accomplished that with a program that is comprehensive, and provides excellent medication access as well as great service.”

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