Resident physicians, fellows, and house officers have long found the important task of obtaining disability insurance to be overly complex and time-consuming. That is no longer the case, thanks to the game-changing efforts of a Winston-Salem company named — InsureSTAT.
Endorsed by the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and the provider of a customized program for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, InsureSTAT offers a simpler, more streamlined way for Graduate Medical Education (GME) participants to obtain disability insurance. The company's grassroots approach sees it partnering directly with GME programs nationwide and individual residents to improve access to appropriate disability insurance polices from top companies such as Ameritas, Ohio National, Principal, The Standard, and Guardian subsidiary Berkshire.
"Residents and other GME program participants inevitably have many responsibilities, with notoriously long working hours making it difficult to find time for anything else," said InsureSTAT founder and Mensh Insurance President Danny Mensh. "We founded InsureSTAT to create a better, simpler way for young physicians to obtain the best available disability insurance for their needs. It is a real source of pride and satisfaction for us to be endorsed by the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and to work with such highly regarded institutions as UNC Chapel Hill. Whether for those we assist through their GME programs or others who contact us on their own, we believe that InsureSTAT is the best way for residents to acquire disability insurance."
With an exclusive web-based education system helping young physicians learn about their options, InsureSTAT assigns a licensed, experienced disability insurance expert to support each client. The InsureSTAT service is available at no cost to GME programs and relieves Human Resources teams of the need to master the complex, constantly evolving domain of disability insurance for young physicians.
Given that the right choice of disability insurance before graduating from a GME program can provide security and cut costs through the entire career that follows, working with InsureSTAT could prove to be one of the best choices a young physician can make. As those who visit InsureSTAT online will see, there is no better way for residents, fellows, and house officers to obtain this important form of coverage.
Bringing more than 50 combined years of insurance experience to bear on some of the most important questions facing young physicians, InsureSTAT makes it simple for residents and fellows to obtain the disability coverage they need.
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