The Gift of Health (Really)

Willard, Rick
October 2008
Best's Review;Oct2008, Vol. 109 Issue 6, p86
Trade Publication
The article highlights the voluntary health insurance product offered by Rick Willard, owner and chief executive officer (CEO) of the Original Gift HSA in the U.S. The product, which is intended for generation Y and generation X workers, includes homeopathic drugs and acupuncture and saves workers from having to turn down an employer because the health benefits do not meet his expectations. Further information on the insurance coverage is provided.


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