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Whether you're a private practice owner with a staff to think about, or an independent clinician who has to come up with DIY solutions for just about every challenge, finding the right health insurance can be tough. APTA is ready to help with the APTA Health Benefits Marketplace, a new member benefit that offers high-quality, affordable coverage at both the group and individual levels.

The program, a collaboration between APTA, APTA Private Practice, and benefits package firm Decisely, was created after a survey of more than 600 private practice owners revealed a need for more insurance options. The marketplace was rolled out in the latter part of 2022 and has been growing ever since.

Because the system is based on APTA membership, the savings potential is strong, allowing APTA members to save on major medical, dental, and vision coverage in group plans. The APTA benefit also means that sole practitioners and independent contractors now have an option other than the Affordable Care Act marketplace — one that could save them money as well.

You don't have to be a member to receive a quote, and requirements for purchase are simple: For group coverage, practice owners must be APTA Private Practice members with 100% of their PTs and PTAs members of APTA. Individual practitioners and independent contractors must be APTA Private Practice members.

To get started on a quote, visit the APTA Health Benefits Marketplace webpage.

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