Winners have something in common. They are able, focused and highly organized. They set objectives and then work toward these set objectives with a passion only known to champions. Most importantly, they believe in achieving quality results. This is a fitting description of UShealth Group CEO Troy McQuagge, the serial gold award winner. Health insurance is one of the most competitive industries with the most stringent of regulatory enforcements in the United States. For a CEO or company to emerge the winner, he/she has to be the best of the best. Troy is best of the best. The obvious question most readers will ask is this: how did he beat all that competition? Did he dream himself onto the golden throne?
Troy McQuagge has been CEO of USHealth Group since 2014. He is reformist at heart. His time at the helm has been one long crowning moment for both the Group and himself. Growth figures have been stunning. When he joined in 2010, his first task was to identify areas of the business that needed rejuvenation. He identified the weaknesses in the distribution arm and set about the task of reforming it. What is the point of magnificent products sitting pretty on a shelf, gathering dust? He asked. USHealth Advisors flourished quickly and with it the whole business.
USHealth is based in Texas. It is an insurance holding company with a focus on small business owners. The group offers an avalanche of services, all tailored to suit the needs of the current health insurance market in the United States. The group boasts of a highly skilled workforce whose superb relationship with customers has helped to popularize the group’s products and services.
A graduate of the University of Central Florida in the legal field, Troy McQuagge has so many awards to show. In 2007, he bagged two Gold Stevie Awards. In 2012, he bagged Silver Stevie Award for leading his company to achieve the fastest growth. American Business Award followed this in 2013 for his innovation. In 2015, he won Stevie Awards for leading the best sales team. Before winning the 2016 CEO of the Year Gold Award, USHealth was awarded top status in the Golden Bridge Awards.
Apart from being a serial winner of Gold in a very competitive field, Troy MacQuagge is also committed to many charitable causes. He has done a lot -and continues to do- to help children. He is involved with humanitarian efforts at home and abroad, human rights advocating and health. Some of the charities that have benefited from his donations include HopeKids Dallas, HopeKids Phoenix, Crisis Nursery Phoenix and Semper Fi Fund. He has also volunteered at The Phoenix of New Orleans. Troy is currently a volunteer at Trinity Habitat for Humanity.