Drivers and firms operating car carriers out on the transport roads and highways of the United States wondering when we'll see plans to start a nationwide initiative aimed at making affordable health care more accessible for transport drivers can start to relax a little. The Healthy Trucking Association of America (HTAA) has recently announced plans to launch just such a plan across the nation during the miles ahead in order to make health care more affordable for transport drivers taking vehicles to destination on a daily basis.
The plans include a joint project with the Convenient Care Association (CCA), the national trade group representing the retail-based convenient care industry of the United States of America, and the offering of expanded medical services specifically for the transport drivers of America at retail clinics nationwide. Transport drivers shipping cars overseas will soon have access to a variety of medical services customized for the transport drivers of the nation, like Department of Transportation examinations, treatment of acute illnesses, chronic disease management, smoking cessation and weight loss management services designed to help truckers stay healthy.
Sources in the car shipping industry indicate that Convenient Care Association clinics are located in retail locations like pharmacies and large supermarkets across the United States of America. This according to many transport drivers and experts makes the medical services these clinics provide a lot easier to access than the traditional doctors office or emergency rooms transport drivers can visit across North America. They are also trying to make these clinics more trucking-friendly by providing better parking services and other services designed specifically to make the life of the American trucker out on the roads better during the miles ahead.