One Planet Awards released their annual list of winners and Troy McQuagge, Chief Executive Officer of USHealth Group, Inc. was among the recipients. As the nominations for the awards are worldwide it is quite an accomplishment to win this highly coveted award. He received this honor due to his work in turning around USHealth Group since he became affiliated with the company in 2010. He successfully rebuilt the company’s captive agency distribution network and the company has since seen a huge return to profitability and growth.
In a statement, McQuagge said that he was honored to receive the award, and dedicated it to the whole staff of USHealth Group’s efforts over the last seven years. He also reiterated his pledge to provide affordable health care through forward-looking insurance policy coverages.
One Planet is a global awards organization that recognizes business leaders and companies through their Business and Professional Excellence Awards. USHealth Group, Inc. provides health care policies to the self-employed and small business owners.
Troy McQuagge first came to USHealth Group as the President and CEO of the company in 2010. He also became a member of the Board of Directors in 2014 due to his overwhelming success in running the company. Before joining with USHealthgroup he had a long and successful career with Healthmarket as the President of their Agency Marketing Group. He obtained his degree in Legal Studies from the University of Central Florida. As President and Chief Executive Officer of USHealth Group McQuagge oversees the company’s strategic vision and their captive agent sales force.
Troy McQuagge has also supported a number of charities over the years, both with his expertise and time but also monetarily. One of the charities he has supported is the Crisis Nursery Phoenix, which provides a shelter to abused, homeless, and neglected children in the area. Some of the other nonprofits he supports are Hopekids Dallas and Hopekids Phoenix which serves children facing life-threatening medical conditions. He also established within USHealth Group an initiative called HOPE for Helping Other People Everyday. This initiative supports the community in many ways, including donating several thousand in baby and children’s clothing. Another example is the initiative raising more than $25,000 in donations and giving it to Hopekids Arizona.