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Healthcare Coverage Savings and Benefits Now Offered to AGS Members

This enables members to take control of their true healthcare costs.

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(PRESS RELEASE) The American Gem Society (AGS) announces a strategic partnership with MJM Global Insurance Brokerage Group, which will offer access to healthcare coverage to the Society’s membership, for those wishing to participate.

JewelersHealthCare.com, a division of MJM uses the collective purchasing power of the AGS membership to reduce healthcare premiums, while maintaining flexibility in plan design and provider. This benefit enables members to take control of their true healthcare costs. Bundled with the coverage is Prosper Benefits, a non-insurance telephonic product including TeleHealth and HealthAdvocate.

AGS members are able to shop online for their preferred deductible, provider network, effective date, and receive immediate price savings when compared to other plans in the marketplace.

“The American Gem Society has heard from many of its members about the rising cost of healthcare coverage and the lack of options or control. JewelersHealthCare.com is providing what we feel is a great solution,” said Katherine Bodoh, CEO of the American Gem Society and AGS Laboratories.

“Ninety-seven percent of Americans do not know what their insurance covers, and the process of shopping for and enrolling in coverage remains a significant burden to employers and employees,” says MJM Global Insurance Vice President Richard Reiman. “This partnership between the American Gem Society and MJM Global offers a solution to jewelry companies looking for access to competitive insurance rates.”

Visit JewelersHealthCare.com to learn more about their products and services. To learn more about the American Gem Society, and how to become a member, visit americangemsociety.org

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