ALLEN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Employees at Homeland HealthCare, Inc. (Homeland) recently participated in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure® in Plano, Texas. Homeland was excited to take part in this event, along with hundreds of other participants in the Dallas area, to help contribute towards the fight against breast cancer.
“Homeland is always happy to get involved in the local community,” said Jennifer Casey, Chief Operations Officer. “It was inspiring to see so many people come together to contribute to such an important cause. Every little bit we can do to help with research, treatment and prevention efforts can make a tremendous difference in saving lives.”
Susan G. Komen was started in 1982 in honor of Nancy G. Brinker’s sister, who lost the fight against breast cancer. Today, Susan G. Komen is the world’s largest network of breast cancer survivors and activists fighting together to save lives and find a cure. Since 1992, Susan G. Komen North Texas has invested more than $10 million in the local fight against breast cancer for education, screening, treatment and patient services for the medically underserved in North Texas.
About Homeland HealthCare, Inc.
Homeland HealthCare, Inc. (www.homelandhealthcare.com) is a third-party administrator (TPA) and general agency specializing in the management of individual and group health insurance plans. With years of experience as a TPA, Homeland HealthCare, Inc. provides its clients with a comprehensive suite of services including customized enrollment strategies, premium billing, data aggregation and reporting, superior customer service and ongoing account management. Homeland HealthCare, Inc. markets benefits from a number of industry leading carriers that address current insurance market trends for both individuals and groups. Homeland HealthCare, Inc. is headquartered in Allen, Texas.