Following yesterday’s Supreme Court decision to uphold the federal health care reform law, the Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association (RVDA) said in the latest RV Executive Today Online that it will be monitoring important developments and keeping its members informed.

While the effects of the ruling are being analyzed, RVDA members who are looking to adjust or implement health care coverage can contact RVDA’s endorsed health insurance consultant, Mass Marketing Insurance Consultants Inc. (MMIC), at (800) 349-1039 or visit their website.

MMIC contracts nationally with a number of health insurance companies to provide a variety of benefits. MMIC creates customized insurance programs for individual dealerships, rather than being limited to plans from one insurance company. Coverage is available to individual members and to firms with two or more employees.

With group coverage, all active full-time employees — including owners, partners, and officers — are eligible. Spouses and dependent children are also eligible to apply, with some exceptions.

The cost of the coverage for the RVDA program may be paid in whole by the employer or shared with the employees. However, the employer’s contribution must be at least 50% of the total cost.