Lexington, Ky US Equestrian is pleased to announce a new partnership with Aiter Health as the official sponsor of US Equestrian beginning in the 2022 season. Aither Health provides US Rider membership with resources and educational opportunities to learn about affordable medical benefits available to our members, their families and affiliated businesses.
“After successfully supporting USEF members since 2020, we want to grow our partnership with USEF,” said Lisa True, Cofounder & Co-CEO, Aither Health LLC. “We currently provide very affordable health plan coverage for USEF members and their families. We know that many USEF member individuals, their families and businesses can benefit from these schemes and our partnership allows us to reach the entire equestrian family.
“We are thrilled to begin our partnership with Aether Health this season,” said Bill Moroney, CEO of USA Riders. “As the new official sponsor of US Equestrian, we look forward to introducing our members to the resources of Aither Health and continuing our commitment to growing equestrian sports in the US.”
About Aither’s health
Aither is a healthcare solutions company that provides a full range of innovative products and services. Aither provides support to third-party administrators and risk-averse entities such as self-funded employers, health plans and providers. Aither’s self-funded solution aims to reverse the healthcare trend by putting the primary care professional at the center of program design. Team up with doctors, they become allies instead of enemies. The overall plan design is intended to promote and support the physician/patient relationship. This approach improves health outcomes and reduces overall health care costs. Aither is an independent company that embraces the value of true transparency and controls and discloses how all plan assets are used. In addition to supporting self-funded plans, in its mission to disrupt the healthcare system, Aither provides private label business operations (BPO) solutions to other innovative and disruptive companies and payers.