CMA Instrumental Healthcare Launches

CMA Board President-Elect Ed Hardy and board member Jeff Walker visit a Vanderbilt healthcare information booth during CMA’s annual membership meeting. Photo: Christian Bottorff/CMA.

The Country Music Association has announced the creation of CMA Instrumental Healthcare, formerly known as CMA Sound Healthcare. The new initiative, a partnership between CMA, Pancoast Benefits, and Vanderbilt University Medical Center, was launched during CMA’s annual membership meeting in Nashville.

“Affordable and available health insurance is one of the most valued benefits for members of CMA,” said Steve Moore, Chief Executive Officer of CMA. “We strive to provide insurance options that meet our constituents’ needs and offer a whole new level of security – especially for members who are self-employed or otherwise not in a position to obtain coverage that fits their health requirements and budget. We feel confident that CMA Instrumental Healthcare accomplishes this important and necessary goal.”

Among the benefits for the new program include savings of up to 60 percent on generic prescriptions, and 25 percent on brand name prescriptions at over 58,000 pharmacies. The program also includes supplemental coverage for accidental, disability, dental, and vision. Additionally, all participants will get a 25 percent discount on balances at Vanderbilt University Medical Center up to $2000.

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