SanCap Chamber has extended post-Ian hours for its Visitor Center and is relaunching its member healthcare coverage program, it announced this week. The newly renovated center is now open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Its membership and partnership with the Florida Association of Chamber Professionals (FACP)’s MyHealthily program, which launched pre-hurricane in August 2022, is again available to provide access to healthcare coverage options for chamber members and their employees and families.
“When we celebrated the reopening of the chamber visitor center on June 6, the need to return to regular hours just wasn’t there,” said John Lai, chamber president and chief executive officer. “Now, happily, we are seeing business pick up and have been able to restaff the center with employees and volunteers to cover pre-hurricane hours. We high-five that as a positive sign of our islands’ steady recovery.”
The chamber’s new MyHealthily benefit enables members to save year after year on healthcare costs while providing quality coverage. Chambers of FL Healthcare, the marketplace launched by MyHealthily, offers flexibility in plan design, cost, and provider. Bundled with the coverage, at no additional cost or co-pay, Prosper Benefits is a suite of non-insurance benefits including Telehealth, Work/Life Care Balance, Health Advocate, Medical Bill Saver, and a prescription-saving app.
MyHealthily helps small business owners solve major problem points by providing streamlined enrollment, sound customer service, and choice and value with affordable healthcare coverage. It launched Chambers of FL Healthcare to help chamber members enroll in complete healthcare coverage solutions in a simple and effective way.
Chambers of FL Healthcare is hosting a virtual Coffee Talk on Wednesday, Aug. 9, at 9:30 a.m. in a meet-and-greet format to answer members’ questions and help them get started on their healthcare coverage journey. Register at meet.zoho.com/9BXr8CSFhn.
“Since the signing of the Affordable Care Act, group health insurance plans have increased at more than three times the rate of general inflation,” said Lai. “Ninety-seven percent of Americans do not know what their insurance covers, and the process of shopping for and enrolling in coverage remains a significant burden to employers and employees. FACP, MyHealthily, and SanCap Chamber have made significant progress in helping to resolve the situation.”
ABOUT SANIBEL & CAPTIVA ISLANDS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
The Sanibel & Captiva Islands Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to promoting the prosperity of its members and preserving the quality of life of our community. The Chamber plays a key role in facilitating communication and cooperation between business, residents, and government to enhance the economic health of the islands. Its website, sanibel-captiva.org, receives over 1.3 million visits per year. For more information about the chamber, visit sanibel-captiva.org or contact John Lai, president and CEO, at 239-472-2348 or [email protected].