We are excited to announce the launch of a new marketing campaign with MASA Medical Transport Services (MTS)!
We all know someone who refuses to call the ambulance because it’s “too expensive”. MASA MTS saw an issue with the way people are being priced out of proper and urgent care around the world and sought out to create a solution. Employees who enroll in this benefit pay a whopping $0 for an ambulance ride that would cost them $5,000, or an emergency-helicopter ride that’d come with a $30,000 bill. It seems like one of those “too good to be true” benefits, but it’s real!
What is MASA MTS?
MASA MTS is the only membership in the nation as an employee benefit that pays for out-of-pocket expenses associated with emergency transports and non-emergency transfers, whether by air or ground.
How can you get this benefit?
Are you an employer or broker looking to expand your benefits offering? Give us a call! This affordable benefit shows your employees and clients you’re always on the lookout for new ways to help save them money. By partnering with us, you will get access to our library of educational videos, emails, flyers, and more that can help employees confidently enroll in this benefit!
To learn more about emergency transport insurance, check out the video below:
Video Transcript: You’ve heard the horror stories about the bills that come along with a ride in the ambulance. $5,000 for a five-mile drive? $70,000 for an emergency chopper? Don’t let a trip to the hospital break the bank. Emergency Transport Insurance is a benefit that will protect your savings from a costly ambulance ride, whether it’s on the ground or in the air. It’s designed to reduce or completely cover the bill attached to your ride to the hospital. You might be thinking, “It won’t happen to me”, but chances are that the 16 million patients who go to the hospital every year were thinking the same thing. Be prepared for the unexpected by enrolling in this benefit today. In most cases, this benefit is also available for your dependents.
To learn more about MASA MTS, visit their site by clicking HERE.