Paul Fox co-owns an architecture, interior design, and experience design firm in Raleigh, North Carolina. As the firm’s benefits manager, Paul says it was a priority from the beginning to provide health coverage benefits to employees. The firm now has 12 designers on staff and offers them high-quality, affordable employer-provided coverage.

As the COVID-19 crisis continues to disrupt work and home life, Paul is especially proud that the firm provides employer-provided coverage. Paul said, “I’m so grateful to have and maintain employer-provided coverage during this particularly challenging time. From meeting with clients in their homes to working with contractors, it gives our employees and me the peace of mind to know that we have access to high-quality coverage and care if we become sick.”

Paul is particularly glad his health plan maintains coverage for telehealth services. One of his employees utilizes and relies on telehealth services to manage her children’s health care visits and her own busy schedule. His staff enjoys the convenience of telehealth services and the ease of quickly getting medical treatment. “Our small business adopted a hybrid work schedule over the last year and half to help reduce COVID-19 risks. We found our employees enjoy both their employer-provided coverage benefits and the flexible work schedule,” said Paul.

For Paul, providing health coverage is an investment in his employees and his business. He shared, “We all do better work when we don’t have to worry about how we’ll get help if we get sick. Our firm will continue to ensure the health and safety of our employees through our employer-provided coverage benefits.”

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