Southern Arizona Chamber of Commerce
Save with this new benefit for Southern Arizona Chamber of Commerce Association members.
With recent changes in federal health insurance regulations, you may be able to save on health coverage by putting the buying power of Southern Arizona Chamber of Commerce Association's health plan to work for your small business.
With the Southern Arizona Chamber of Commerce Association health plan, you can join other small businesses in southern Arizona to get benefits typically enjoyed by larger companies - including potentially lower premiums, reduced administrative costs and more coverage options to help better meet the needs of your employees.
As a member of the participating chambers below, you're eligible to enroll in the Southern Arizona Chamber of Commerce Association health plan today.
Empowering small groups with more purchasing power.
The Southern Arizona Chamber of Commerce Association is collaborating with UnitedHealthcare to offer you one of the country's leading association health plan programs. UnitedHealthcare serves more than 28 million Americans, including more than 1 million employees in chamber and association groups across the country.
Get the purchasing power that comes from being part of a statewide group.
Dedicated local UnitedHealthcare sales team.
A wide variety of competitively priced plans to choose from, including medical, dental, vision, and UnitedHealthcare Global business travel insurance.
Want to learn more about the Southern Arizona Chamber of Commerce Association health plan and what it means for your business?
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The Southern Arizona Chamber of Commerce Association is comprised of the following Chambers:
Benson / San Pedro Valley
Greater Florence Chamber of Commerce
Greater Oro Valley
Greater Vail Area
Nogales-Santa Cruz County
Sierra Vista Chamber of Commerce
For more information, contact your broker or UnitedHealthcare representative today.
The UnitedHealthcare plan with Health Savings Account (HSA) is a high deductible health plan (HDHP) that is designed to comply with IRS requirements so eligible enrollees may open a Health Savings Account (HSA) with a bank of their choice or through Optum Bank, Member of FDIC. The HSA refers only and specifically to the Health Savings Account that is provided in conjunction with a particular bank, such as Optum Bank, and not to the associated HDHP.